After spending months rehabilitating at the Welsh Mountain Zoo, four seal pups have been released back into the sea today.
Workers at a laundry centre in Swansea are trying to reunite 'Ted' with his owner after finding him hiding in hospital bed linen.
Steve Fletcher has been told to get rid of the dragon on his lawn, because his wife is fed up of it.
After delivering milk for over half a century Chris Frankland has decided to park up his milk float for good.
The 75 year old is retiring from his round in Dinas Powys in the Vale of Glamorgan. He first got the taste for milk delivering when he was just a school boy, as Sarah Hibbard went to meet him.
Chris Frankland, a Dairy Crest milk&more milkman from Cardiff, is retiring after 57 years of service to the Dinas Powys area.
The 74-year-old started his career on September 1st 1957, and ever since has been spending his early mornings ensuring his customers have fresh milk on their doorstep.
Whether he was in pouring rain or knee deep in snow, he delivered to his customers whatever the weather - sometimes even picking up their shopping or prescriptions!
Although he has been working as a milkman for over half a century, he says his love of serving his community started even earlier, when he was a milkboy in 1949.
Chris's last round will be this Saturday 26th April.
Wildlife lovers have gone to unusual measures to attract puffins to the remote Ramsey island off the Pembrokeshire coast.
They have installed a flock of fibreglass puffins, which they hope will encourage the rare sea birds to the island.
Volunteers have also wired up loudspeakers which will play the birds' mating calls in the hope that it will lure the birds.
Ramsay Island was once home to thousands of puffins in the 1800s but they left when rats managed to find their way onto the island from a ship wreck.
The RSPB hope that these new measures will encourage new birds to stay and nest on the island.
A teenage boy from Newport is trying to find a new dance partner in a bid to keep his ballroom dreams alive. Thirteen year old Josh Hicks hasn't had a partner for the past 18 months. James Crichton-Smith reports.
Josh Hicks says he feels disappointed when his dance partners can't commit to dancing with him.
A teenager from Newport is trying to find a new dance partner in a bid to keep his ballroom dreams alive. Josh Hicks, 13, started dancing when he was just eight years old, but hasn't had a partner for the past 18 months.
He's been competing with his dance teacher Sharon Robertson in recent competitions, but says he needs a dance partner his own age so he can take his dancing to the next level.
Three rugby fans who this morning completed a 53-mile double marathon for charity have spoken to ITV News about the gruelling challenge.
Three rugby fans have run through the night to complete a double marathon in aid of cancer research.
Brothers Andrew and Matthew Marzano and their friend James Healey set off from the Parc y Scarlets stadium in Llanelli at midnight, arriving at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium before noon today - a distance of 53 miles.
However, they ended up running a total of 56 miles - after taking an accidental detour near Bridgend.
Andrew Marzano told ITV News: "We went three miles in the wrong direction. And three miles in the wrong direction when you're doing 53 miles is a long way!"
But he added: "Cancer research is a cause very close to our hearts. Cancer affects all families. Mine and Matthew's grandmother died of cancer and various friends and family have also suffered."
For the last three months zoo keepers in Colwyn Bay have been trying to get four grey seal pups back to health. They've been in care since the storms before Christmas.
Now they are healthy enough to survive back in the wild. And today, they were returned to their natural habitat. Ian Lang was there to see them off.