The former Plaid Cymru Assembly Member Nerys Evans has withdrawn as a candidate for next year's election.
She was the party's candidate for Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire.
Her decision not to stand for election is understood to be for personal reasons, and she remains Deputy Chair of Plaid Cymru.
Low pollen levels for Sunday but they will rise as we move into the week.
It was a slow start to this afternoon's Pro 12 play-off semi-final in Ireland.
The first try came from Dan Biggar in the thirteenth minute, but Munster soon caught up, leaving the score at half time Munsters 11, Ospreys 3.
Police are appealing for information after a motorcyclist was killed in a collision on Friday night.
The incident, involving a car and a motorbike, happened just after six o'clock on Friday on Chapel Road in Nantyglo.
The motorcyclist, a 43-year-old man from the area died from his injuries.
Meanwhile a 19-year-old man from Cardiff, who was driving the car, escaped uninjured.
He's been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and has been bailed pending further enquiries.
Officers at Gwent Police are appealing for anyone who may have seen the incident to come forward.
Saturday night sees the annual Eurovision Song contest, and whilst the UK is being represented by group 'Electro Velvet', a part of Wales will be cheering on a different country.
It's the Armenian song, and one of its singers is Cardiff's Mary-Jean O'Doherty.
The 32-year-old is part of a six person group called Genealogy, comprising of singers from all over the world with Armenian heritage.
Mary-Jean says although she's never been to the country, she's excited to take part.
The singer was born in Texas and studied singing in Sydney, Australia.
She became the first recipient of the Australian International Opera Award to study at the Cardiff International Academy of Voice.