A major fire which broke out at an industrial estate in Swansea has been brought under control. Crews were called to Pure Wafer PLC this morning and more than 65 firefighters attended.
An urgent inquiry's to begin in February into the murder of a Swansea family who were killed at their home in Clydach 15 years ago.
Mandy Power, her daughters Katie and Emily and their grandmother Doris Dawson were bludgeoned to death and their house set on fire.
David Morris is serving four life sentences for their murders, but his lawyers have compiled new evidence to try and appeal his conviction.
The Criminal Cases Review Commission has given his case "priority one" status.
The people of Wales should get a referendum on devolving further income tax raising powers - that's according to the Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb. He says the Scots got the option, and so should we.
A major fire which broke out at an industrial estate in Swansea has been brought under control.
Firefighters were called to the incident at Pure Wafer PLC in Llansamlet, just after 9am this morning.
Around 18 people were evacuated from the building, which is thought to contain chemicals.
The area was cordoned off by police, and nearby residents told to keep their windows and doors closed as a precaution.
At its height more than 60 firefighters from Mid and West Wales and South Wales Fire and Rescue Service were at the scene.
The fire has since been brought under control, and an investigation into what caused it has been launched.
The Dragons have beaten Zebre by 25 points to 11 in this afternoon's Pro12 clash at Rodney Parade. They ran in three tries through Ross Wardle, Hallam Amos and Rynard Landman. Tom Prydie kicked the other 10 points with the boot.
A try from Ross Wardle means that the Dragons lead Zebre by 13 points to 6 at half-time in this afternoon's Pro12 clash at Rodney Parade. A conversion and two penalties have both come from Tom Prydie. Zebre's Mauro Bergamasco has been sent to the sin-bin.
Wales and Scarlets rugby star Liam Williams has said sorry for posting a Twitter picture of himself dressed as Swansea City footballer Wilfried Bony.
The image is said to have shown the winger and full-back "blacked up" in fancy dress.
But it was criticised by organisations like Shot Racism the Red Card.
The photo has since been removed and the Scarlets have released a statement saying they are "fully eradicated to eradicating discrimination".