Welsh wine producers say they could be in for the finest harvest in more than twenty years following the decent summer and the best start to September since records began.
They hope to be picking their grapes in the next few weeks, so they're praying that the weather will hold for a little bit longer. Hannah Thomas reports.
Women in Wales are still earning around a fifth less than men. One of the reasons for the pay gap is because women tend to work in jobs that are less well paid. A new website, the Equal Pay Barometer, has been launched to help people see the gender gap in pay for hundreds of jobs.
Today a group of students from Treorchy were given a behind the scenes look at a traditionally male job to see if it's a career they could be interested in. Megan Boot reports.
After a summer of pretty decent weather, new figures have revealed the impact on one of our biggest employers, the tourism industry.
Nearly half of firms had more guests this August than the same time last year and three quarters are confident about the coming autumn season. Rob Shelley reports.
As students return to their colleges and universities this week, they're being reminded about changes to the law in Wales on organ donation.
From December next year, the law will assume that people want to donate their organs for transplants - unless they opt out.
Ian Lang has been speaking to one woman from Bangor who knows the benefits of transplants more than most.
Here's the full text of the letter sent by Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb inviting the leaders of other parties to a devolution summit. He's invited senior Labour, Liberal Democrat and Plaid Cymru MPs to the meeting which he says will take place in October. He also says he's arranging similar meetings with party leaders in the Assembly.
Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb says he's reaching out to other party leaders in Wales to work out next steps for further devolution following Scotland's independence referendum.
Experts say the recent warm weather means we could expect to see more spiders in are homes than usual this autumn.
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