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A section of the A477 between St Clears and Red Roses will be officially opened later after £68m of improvements, which the Transport Minister Edwina Hart has described as a "vital" part of the trans-European road network.
Mrs Hart said the road is "another example" of the Welsh Government's commitment to improving Wales' transport infrastructure, which is "critical" to improving the country's economic competitiveness.
I am very pleased to be able to open this important new road. As well as being part of a vital trans-European road network, this improved section of the A477 will provide more efficient road connections to the important tourism and energy enterprises in Pembrokeshire, and enable more effective connections with Ireland via Pembroke Dock.
This project also brings many other benefits to road users and local people by improving road safety, creating bypasses for Llanddowror and Red Roses and providing new walking and cycling routes..
– Edwina Hart AM, Transport Minister
Improving our transport infrastructure is critical to improving Wales' economic competitiveness and this new road is another example of the Welsh Government's commitment to that aim. I congratulate everyone involved on the delivery of this improvement project, which I am sure will be appreciated by many in years to come.
The A477 between St Clears and Red Roses will be officially opened by the Transport Minister Edwina Hart today, after a £68 million scheme to improve the road.
The new road will improve safety and journey times along the busy route which, together with the A40, forms part of the Trans European Road Network linking West Wales with the rest of Europe.
The route is also the main access to the tourist destinations of south Pembrokeshire, including Tenby and Saundersfoot, as well as ferry traffic to and from the Republic of Ireland using the port at Pembroke Dock.
An old master oil painting by Dutch artist Dirck van Delen discovered in a mid Wales country cottage is expected to fetch more than £100,000 when it's sold at an auction in Shropshire later.
The important painting, entitled 'Dives and Lazarus', has been consigned to Halls' fine paintings, silver and jewellery auction in Shrewsbury today by a prominent mid Wales family.
The 61.5cm by 73cm oil on panel was discovered in a cottage in the Welshpool area by the head of Halls' art department, Allan Darwell.
"From the moment I saw it I knew it was 17th century and special," he said.
"Because it was so dark in the house, I couldn't see a set of initials on it. It was only when it was delivered to our saleroom and I examined it closely under lights that I identified the initials of Dirck van Delen."
The painting has been identified by art historian Bernard Vermet, from the Foundation for Cultural Inventory in Amsterdam, as one of van Delen's earliest works.
The Department for Work and Pensions has responded to claims from the Trussel Trust - which runs the largest number of foodbanks - that the rapid increase in the number of people using foodbanks across Wales is partly attributable to benefit delays or changes.
The Trussel Trust says the number of people using foodbanks across Wales has more than doubled over the last year and over 50 per cent of referrals to foodbanks in 2013-14 were a result of benefit delays or changes.
We're spending £94bn a year on working age benefits so that the welfare system provides a safety net to millions of people who are on low incomes or unemployed so they can meet their basic needs.
Even the OECD say there are fewer people struggling with their food bills compared with a few years ago, benefit processing times are improving and even the Trussell Trust's own research recognises the effect their marketing activity has on the growth of their business.
– Spokesperson, Department for Work and Pensions
The truth is that the employment rate is the highest it's been for five years and our reforms will improve the lives of some of the poorest families in our communities by promoting work and helping people to lift themselves out of poverty.
The number of people using foodbanks in Wales has more than doubled in the last year.
Between 1st April 2013 and 31st March 2014, 913,138 people in crisis across the UK were provided with three days' emergency food, 79,049 of whom were in Wales. In 2012-13, the figure for Wales was 35,919.
The charity which runs the largest number, the Trussel Trust, also says over half of referrals are because of benefit changes or delays.
A total of 35 Trussel Trust foodbanks opened in Wales in 2013-14. That compares to just one in 2008-09.
After a chilly night it's a bright and sunny start to the day.
Temperatures will climb to around 16 degrees Centigrade in Conwy and feel a little warmer than yesterday .
Throughout the afternoon there's likely to be more in the way of cloud developing along the western coast.
A jury's cleared two sailing instructors who were involved in a speed boat incident that left an 11 year old with severe head injuries. Nia Jones and Elleni Morus had denied failing to keep a proper lookout and driving too fast. Alexandra Lodge reports.
It's not just our beaches that are doing well. There's also been a big increase in the number of people visiting our golf courses. And that's resulted in a £5million boost to our economy. Nick Hartley reports.
GP's out of hours services in Cardiff and the Vale are under fire from a patient's watchdog. The local community health council says urgent action is required to address poor performance. Some patients have been waiting over eight hours for a doctor to call them back. Sarah Hibbard reports