The Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff has won a top award for its sustainability development.
It is one of 150 to receive a Queen's Award for enterprise in sectors ranging from car manufacturing and education to software design and fashion.
A group of academics says driverless cars could provide the answer to poor public transport links in rural areas of Wales and the nation’s country roads are an ideal place to pioneer their use.
Engineers at Glyndwr University believe that, subject to local consultation, opportunities to trial use of the revolutionary vehicles should be prioritised in Wales.
They say driverless cars have the potential to be used effectively on the steep, narrow, slow and sinuous roads of Wales.
They believe the vehicles have the potential to significantly improve the quality of life in rural areas, in essence being used as taxis.
The academics have submitted their views to the Welsh Government to help inform its Transport Strategy for Wales.
Police in south Wales are appealing for the whereabouts of a man from the Merthyr Tydfil area who's been missing since Saturday.
21-year-old Stefan Allen from Dowlais in Merthyr hasn't been seen since 18th April. He's described as of slim build with dark brown hair and is around 6ft 2in in height.
Although Stefan has not been seen his vehicle - an orange Skoda Fabia - has been found near Ponticill Reservoir.
Anyone who may have seen him or his vehicle in the area are urged to contact South Wales Police on 101.
A "warning shot" has been fired by South Wales Police Deputy Chief Constable Matt Jukes to those intent on causing grass fires across the region.
He told ITV News that he promises to take "robust action wherever possible" on those caught setting their communities alight.