There has been a sharp increase in the number of complaints made against Welsh care homes in the last year. The complaints recorded included worries about neglect, quality of life, attitude and respect to physical and financial issues.
Police in Barry are appealing for witnesses after an unprovoked attack which left a man with injuries to his face and mouth.
The 50-year-old man had been drinking with friends ar the Railway pub on Plymouth Road, Penarth, on Sunday 21st September.
He had gone outside with his wife around 1.45am where he was punched once by an unknown person to the left side of his face and knocked over.
Anyone with information is asked to call South Wales Police on 101 quoting reference number 1400353386.
In a statement, Gwent Police says it 'welcomes' the IPCC report into the way the force dealt with Caroline Parry before her death.
The force says recommendations put forward in the report have now been implemented.
An independent report has found shortcomings in the way Gwent Police handled contact with a woman, shortly before she was killed by her husband.
Christopher Parry was jailed for 26 years for the murder of his wife,Caroline Parry, in Newport last year.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) recommended that Gwent Police need to make improvements to the way the force handles stalking and harassment cases.
Police are appealing for information to help find a university student who they believe could be in Bangor.
Jason Tatlock, 20, has not been seen since he left his home in the Black Country, in the Midlands, a week ago.
Police are looking into an ATM transaction in Bangor, where Jason's bank card was used to withdraw cash.
Jason is described as a white male, 5ft 9ins tall, of thin build, with mousy cropped hair and a fair complexion. He was wearing three-quarter length blue-grey trousers, white ankle socks and pale denim deck shoes when he was last seen.
Anyone with information is asked to call DC Homer at west Midlands Police on the 101 number.
Tributes have been paid to the Welsh poet Dannie Abse, who has died aged 91.
Fellow Welsh poet, Owen Sheers said he is 'deeply saddened' by the news, while Stephen Doughty, MP for Cardiff South and Penarth, described him as 'legendary'.
Horizon Nuclear Power, the company established to develop the new nuclear power station at Wylfa on Anglesey, has today set out how people can have their say on building plans.
The first phase of public consultation begins later, paving the way for a further ten weeks of talks regarding the proposed multi-billion pound Wylfa Newydd power station.
A new 'flying doctors' service for Wales has been announced by the Welsh Government, representing new means for critically ill and injured people to transported to hospital by road and air.
The Emergency Medical Retrieval and Transfer Service Cymru is the first national service of its kind in the UK and has been developed using the latest evidence from military and civilian experience.
It is thought the service could contribute to at least a 40 per cent improvement in survival rates from major trauma across the country and could reduce transfer times to specialist hospital care by the same percentage.
The service will be able to reach around 95 per cent of the population of Wales by air from the two bases out of Swansea and Welshpool and will be operational by April 2015.