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Three people have been taken to hospital following a crash involving five motorcycles and a car in Monmouthshire.
South Wales Fire & Rescue Service say they were contacted at around 19.25
It occurred near the Cwrt Bleddyn Hotel, Llangybi.
- Guto Bebb - Aberconwy
- Stephen Crabb - Preseli Pembs
- David Davies - Monmouth
- Glyn Davies - Montgomeryshire
- Jonathan Evans - Cardiff North
- Simon Hart - Carmarthen West and Pembs South
- David Jones - Clwyd West
- Paul Murphy - Torfaen
MPs tonight voted by 366 to 161, majority 205, to legalise gay marriage by giving the Government's controversial Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill a third reading.
This Evening and Tonight: Mostly dry during the evening with perhaps some late sunshine in places, then a mainly dry night to follow. Cloud may thicken in the west later with the chance of the odd spot of drizzle. Freshening northwesterly winds by dawn. Minimum Temperature 5 °C.
Wednesday: Mostly dry with variable cloud and bright spells, with an increasing chance of some good sunny spells later. Isolated light showers initially in the west. Moderate northwesterly winds. Maximum Temperature 15 °C.
Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:Becoming windier and feeling cold with a mixture of sunshine and showers during Thursday and Friday. Winds ease by Saturday with drier and brighter conditions.
Dorothy Squires' life is now the focus of a new play at the Sherman theatre in Cardiff.
She is played by none other than Ruth Madoc, who visited ITV to discuss the production.
"My role is when we meet Dorothy when she's gone to Trebanog, which is where she ended her days" she says.
"It's her reminiscing about her life - and it was a heck of life!" she says.
"The other side of the stage, you have a lovely young lady emulating her when she was younger, and singing all her songs".
"I remember her very well. She was an icon".
Hundreds of business people have packed a conference in North Wales today to see just how a new nuclear power station could boost Anglesey's economy - and the finances and job prospects of the suppliers across the region.
Building the new Wylfa B reactor may be one of Wales' most controversial developments with some fierce opposition.
Today, the nuclear firm Horizon saw how many suppliers and industries want to be a part of that project.
Rob Shelley reports.
Hospital services for more than a million people across South and South-East Wales are facing a radical shakeup under plans that are due to be announced tomorrow
The region is the latest to face re-organisation, following controversial proposals in many other parts of the country.
Rob Osborne looks ahead to what we might expect.
Prof Black told the court prosecution's experts had drawn an "unsafe conclusion" by stating the bones were fragments of human skull.
She said: "It's a very unsafe conclusion because I genuinely do not believe there is the evidence to support it."
She also added there was "no certainty" about which part of the body the bones originated or their age.
Cross examined by prosecutor Elwen Evans QC , Prof Black explained why she couldn't say the origin of the bones.
"They are too small, they are too damaged, there are no identifiable anatomical features," she said.
Mark Bridger denies murder, abduction and perverting the course of justice. The trial will continue tomorrow.