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Tonight: A fine evening and a largely dry start to the night with clear spells. Becoming breezy through the early hours with a scattering of showers. Minimum Temperature 11C.
Friday: A breezy day with a mixture of bright or sunny spells and blustery showers. The showers merging into some longer spells of rain in the afternoon. Maximum Temperature 19C.
Outlook for Saturday to Monday: Breezy with showers to start Saturday, but wind and showers easing through the day. Sunday and Monday should be largely dry with variable cloud and some bright or sunny spells.
WRU chief executive Roger Lewis told ITV News the new deal between the union and regions is about 'nurturing, developing and retaining players.'
He said the WRU 'kept its diginity' throughout the negotiations with Regional Rugby Wales and denied there was any animosity in the negotiating room.
We all know that cycling or walking to walk is better for us but only six percent of adults use a bike and a third regularly don't walk. The Welsh Government is introducing a bill to encourage more people to leave their cars at home. But critics argue that isn't going far enough. Nicola Hendy's been finding out why.
New research reveals more than half of women working part-time in Wales, earn less than the living wage.
Unlike the minimum wage, the living wage is based on a calculation of living costs. It means that many face a daily struggle to pay for essentials. Alexandra Lodge has been finding out more.
From October the first, you'll no longer need to display a tax disc in your car windscreen.
According to new figures, more than a third of us don't know about the change, which the authorities say will save money and make it easier to detect untaxed vehicles. Richard Morgan reports.
Read more on how the changes will affect you here.
A 30-year-old woman has been charged with arson with intent to endanger life following a fire in Ruabon.
North Wales Police says the woman will appear before Wrexham Magistrates' Court tomorrow morning.
Here are a few of the highlights of the new deal between the WRU and the Welsh rugby regions:
- £8.7million a year to the regions, with £3.6m in loan facilities from the WRU
- One-off £500,000 payment to each region on signing the agreement
- National Dual Contracts for key players
- Senior Player Selection Policy - players based outside Wales will be ineligible subject to a number of exceptions at the Head Coach's discretion
- Number of foreign players in each region limited to six
- Each region will be allowed two 'time-serving' foreign players who will be eligible for Welsh selection after three years residency
- WRU retains the right to play up to 13 senior international games each year with a 13-day release facility for squad training before the Six Nations and Autumn Internationals
- Management and responsibility for four regional academies for emerging talent transferred to the four regions with £600,000 support each year from the WRU.