Official figures show the St James' area in Caerphilly is Wales' most deprived community. Blaenau Gwent and Merthyr Tydfil also have large areas of deprivation.
A community in Caerphilly has been ranked as the most deprived in Wales.
The area labelled as St. James 3, which includes the Lansbury Park estate, has taken the top position in the new Welsh Index of Multiple Deprivation.
The index for 2014 - released today - measures factors like income, housing, health, education and access to services.
2011's most deprived community, in Rhyl West, is now in second place.
Blaenau Gwent and Merthyr Tydfil have the highest concentration of deprived communities across Wales.
South Africa have named a strong side to face Wales in the final autumn international on Saturday.
There are eight changes to the team that beat Italy 22-6 last weekend. The Springboks have also lost to Ireland and beaten England in November.
The Springboks won both Tests during Wales' summer tour of South Africa in June, but Warren Gatland's side pushed them very close in the second, before losing 31-30.
South Africa coach Heyneke Meyer predicted his team will face a "tough end to our season" at the Millennium Stadium.
Wales are due to name their line-up tomorrow.
A Welsh Conservative AM says NHS waiting times in Wales can be compared to those in England, despite Welsh Government claims that they’re calculated differently.
Darren Millar has written to the First Minister urging him to ‘set the record straight’ on remarks he’s made about different starting times used to work out when a waiting time begins.
Here’s the letter:
One is lane blocked and there's queueing traffic because of a broken down car on the M4 Eastbound between J29 A48(M) and J28 (Tredegar Park).
There's congestion to J32 (Coryton Interchange).
Lines are now open for Day 3 of voting in The People’s Millions competition.
Today on ITV Cymru Wales, Bala Castle Street Playground goes head to head with Heronsbridge Re-Cycles.
A grant of up to £50,000 is up for grabs for the winner.
The other project is still in with a chance of winning National Lottery cash if it gets the highest number of runner-up votes.
Details of how to vote are here.
The People’s Millions is a long-running collaboration between ITV and the Big Lottery Fund.
We want to help projects that capture the public’s imagination, inspire local people to get involved and to make a lasting difference to those in their area through improvements to the neighbourhood.
There's stop-start traffic for nine miles because of an earlier broken down vehicle on the M4 Eastbound between J25 (Caerleon) and J24 Coldra).
There's congestion on the M4 to J30 (Cardiff Gate).
It's also affecting the A48(M) Eastbound between J29A (St Mellons) and the M4 at J29
The South African team to play Wales in their final Autumn International is due to be announced later.
Wales will be looking to end the series on a high following defeats to Australia and New Zealand, as well as an unconvincing win over Fiji.
There's been pressure building on head coach Warren Gatland recently, with the New Zealander losing 27 of 28 matches to southern hemisphere sides.
Yesterday defence coach Shaun Edwards reacted angrily to questions regarding Gatland's record.
The match kicks off this Saturday at the Millennium Stadium at 2:30pm.
A 'rare' sponge crab has been found three miles off the coast of Barmouth.
The bizarre-looking crustacean was hauled up in the pots of lobster fisherman Richard Workman and has been donated to an aquarium.
The Blue Planet Aquarium says the crabs get their name because they hold living sponges, which they also cut to fit, on top of their shells as a way of camouflaging themselves from would-be predators.
Staff say they're more commonly seen off the West coast of Africa or in the Mediterranean.
But in recent years their numbers have been increasing in British waters and they may now be permanent residents around our coasts.