Caldey Island monks get rebate after overpaying their electricity bills for 10 years.
Late afternoon is always a busy time of day! The presenters work on their scripts, and then head to the studio...
Dafydd Jones is today's programme Producer, and explains what goes into producing our flagship 6pm programme.
The Wales Air Ambulance has carried out its 19,000th mission since the charity was first launched in 2001.
The charity's Swansea crew were called to the Brecon Beacons to rescue a man who had developed chest pains while walking in the area.
The conditions were so cold and exposed that the crew flew him to lower ground for immediate treatment, before heading to the specialist cardiac unit at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff.
The rescue comes as the service celebrates its 13th birthday.
Start counting your cash it's time to buy some property in Newport.
The manufacturers of the game Monopoly are to start selling a customised board based on city locations.
The game will see 22 landmarks swapped with the usual London ones.
Many of the Community Chest and Chance cards are being customised too, with plans for one to say, ‘You are fined for visiting Cardiff!’.
Tredegar House and Park could replace locations like Mayfair or Park Lane. Other landmarks that could appear include The Wales National Velodrome, The Riverfront, and the Civic Centre.
The manufacturers have also launched a public vote to ask people which locations should be on the board. Dan Taylor, of Monopoly said:
"Newport is ‘Passing GO’. The public will be invited to vote the landmarks onto the board and we will also be doing our best to get votes from the White House and Downing Street too, as well as from other countries whose leaders are visiting Newport in September."
Today we've been running #ITVWalesLive - an opportunity to see how our news and programmes are made at ITV Cymru Wales.
Our presenters, reporters and production teams have been sharing updates throughout the day.
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The 6pm programme is now off the air, but a small team stays on to produce the late bulletin at 10.30pm.
Adrian Masters and the Sharp End team are also in the studio to record tonight's edition.
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So the promo at 5.35pm is done, and we're checking through scripts to make sure everyone is happy...
Any mistakes, now is the time to point them out! Gallery check they are happy with picture and sound levels. We're happy with cameras, and know exactly how the programme will shape-up.... of course, the thing with live tv is - there are no guarantees! And anything can happen!