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Police have revealed that three generations of one family were involved in a plane crash in Caernarfon.
It claimed the life of Iain Nuttall, a 37-year-old lorry driver from Lancashire.
Mr Nuttall's five-year-old son sustained serious head injuries in the crash.
The dead man's father, who was 61, was piloting the aircraft. He remains in a critical condition in hospital.
Welsh actress Ruth Jones has today spoken of her family's battle to understand the onset of her mother-in-law's Alzheimer's disease.
It comes as a campaign is launched to raise more awareness of dementia. It is aimed at businesses like hairdressers, in the hope that they can provide customers with advice on where to go for help, if they think they have it.
With an ageing population, Alzheimer's Society says that the number of dementia sufferers could rise by 40 percent in the next decade.
A group of Kayakers lead by former Wales captain Paul Thorburn are well into their challenge paddling from North Wales to the Gower for charity.
It is 270 miles spread over nine days.
The 14 paddlers set off from the Menai Strait bright and early on Saturday morning and this evening have made it to Barmouth in Gwynedd.
The Welsh Government has unveiled plans to make the law simpler and clearer for thousands of people in Wales who live in rented homes.
Ministers want to do away with complicated contracts for both private and social housing tenants and replace them with just two.
The news comes as charities say that more complaints are made about private rented accommodation - compared to the social housing sector.
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Swansea City fans have been casting their eyes back over a season in which they won the Capital One Cup and finished ninth in the Premier League.
The supporters are hard to please though - some say it was a great year, but others that it tailed off after that Wembley triumph.
They're looking forward to European football next season.
Today the Welsh Government is launching the 'Renting Homes' White Paper in which it promises to reform the housing sector in Wales by improving standards in the private rented sector and drawing up simpler tenancy agreements.
Their launch comes after complaints that disputes between landlords and tenants are on the rise, and that the gap between living conditions in social housing and the private sector is widening.
“over the last ten years what we’ve seen is a steady increase in the proportion of problems that come to us from the private rented sector. It makes up less than 20% of all the housing in Wales but they contribute more than 30% of all the problems”
Jenny Bibbings, Shelter Cymru
But what advice is out there for tenants, and what should you do if you are concerned about the conditions in your own home?
Firstly you should contact your landlord, as most cases will be resolved in this way.
If they dont respond, or if your issue is not resolved you should then speak to your local council's housing officer, who will be able to advise you on how to proceed.
In cases where you are concerned about tenancy issues, or any issues of disrepair, you should contact Shelter Cymru on 0845 075 5005.
Shelter are also available through the following website www.sheltercymru.org.uk
There are fears over the future of the mountain ponies which have been described as one of the wonders of Snowdonia.
Hill farmer Dei Davies has told ITV News that he thinks the ponies are under serious threat, because of the unsustainable costs he and others face.
Shadow Rural Affairs Minister Antoinette Sandbach has written to the Welsh Government asking it to consider more ways to help farmers keep the breed flourishing.