A person is in a critical condition at Newport's Royal Gwent Hospital after being rescued from a vehicle that had rolled into a lake. The Welsh Ambulance Service says two other people were checked at the scene.
There are hazardous driving conditions because of snow on the A4061 Rhigos Mountain Road between the Rhigos Roundabout, Hirwaun and Treherbert.
The outbound, westbound tunnel will be closed from 10pm this evening until 1am tomorrow morning for annual maintenance, testing and cleaning.
There are reports of hazardous driving conditions because of snow on the A4061 Bwlch Mountain Road between Treorchy and Nant-y-moel.
Wales’ first ever plan to tackle rare diseases is launched today.
It sets out the Welsh Government’s expectations of the NHS in Wales to treat rare diseases for people of all ages.
A rare disease is defined as a life-threatening or chronically debilitating disease, which affects five people or less per 10,000. They can range from life-limiting illnesses to manageable conditions, which do not affect daily living. There are around 150,000 people affected by such diseases in Wales.
Examples include Sickle Cell, which is a disease arising out of genetic problems, and Spina Bifida - a disease arising out of deficiencies or exposures to substances during pregnancy.
The architect of the international PISA tests says Wales' education system is too tolerant of low performance.
Andreas Schleichler says the expectations Welsh education sets for its children are much weaker than in higher performing education systems.
You can hear more in tonight's Y Byd ar Bedwar, which will be broadcast tonight at 9.30 on S4C. English subs are available.
The Met Office has issued a yellow 'be aware' warning of snow and ice for much of Wales.
It says there could be accumulations of up to 5cm on high ground and says there's the possibility of disruption to travel.
The areas affected are:
- Isle of Anglesey
- Neath Port Talbot
- Rhondda Cynon Taff
- Merthyr Tydfil
The warning runs until 10am.
A study of the modern red kite population in Wales has revealed a north/south genetic divide that runs along the Towy Valley.
This is one of the findings of a study of the genetic status of the red kite in Wales by Aberystwyth University postgraduate student Ilze Skujina.
The research was undertaken as part of a project to provide guidance on the long-term conservation of the red kite.
DNA was collected from feathers cast off by the birds.