Assembly members could get a pay rise of nearly £10,000 a year under proposals from the independent body set up to decide their salaries. The panel says the pay rise reflects the increase in responsibilities as more power is devolved to Wales
Unison, one of the unions that recently agreed a Welsh NHS pay deal, is opposing the £10,000 increase proposed by the AMs' pay review body. The union reluctantly accepted that Welsh Government couldn't afford a 1% increase recommended for health workers this year.
Network Rail says services are resuming after today's crash between a train and a car at a level crossing in Harlech.
The First Minister says he can't see how his Labour group can support a proposal to increase AMs by nearly £10,000 a year.
Speaking in his position as leader of the Welsh Labour group in the Assembly, Carwyn Jones says...
The Welsh Liberal Democrats say they're 'frustrated' at having to back a Welsh Government move setting up a committee to look at changing the law on smacking. Supporters and opponents of calls for a smacking ban have criticised ministers for 'delaying tactics.'
There's been criticism too of the Lib Dems for supporting the move. But a spokesperson says they see it as the 'best option available.'
Ann Clwyd will face a selection challenge from three other people to fight the Cynon Valley in the 2015 election, despite being the constituency's MP for 30 years.
Labour chiefs insisted that there should be a selection contest because Ms Clwyd had initially decided to stand down and then changed her mind. That followed a row over the use of an all-women shortlist. You can read more details by clicking here.
Now the party has confirmed that Ann Clwyd will face challenges from three other women. They are: Katie Antipass, Susan Pickering and Aysha Raza.