With exactly half the seats in the Assembly, Labour needs at least one of the other parties to support its budget or abstain.
The so-called 'supertoy' is the brainchild of an Aberdare entrepreneur and is set to go into production following an online funding drive.
Gareth Wyn Jones has been given an award by the National Farmers' Union for his regular farming updates on Twitter.
Ford has had an on-going, voluntary dialogue with MPs and on two occasions has briefed UK politicians on its position regarding Visteon pensions. Both meetings addressed matters that have been raised by MPs on behalf of their constituents.
A legal claim connected with the Visteon pensions’ issue was filed against Ford in January 2011 and a court date has been set to hear the case. The legal process limits the level of engagement that is possible on this issue but Ford has responded to letters both from MPs and from Welsh Assembly Members.
– Ford Motor Company Ltd
Ford’s position on this issue has remained unchanged. While Ford recognises the severity of the situation for former Visteon UK employees, Visteon became an independent company in 2000 and was responsible for its own business decisions.
Ford has fulfilled both its legal and moral responsibilities to former Visteon employees.
– Blockbuster joint administrators Simon Thomas and Nick O'Reilly
It is with regret that we have to make today's announcement, we appreciate this is a difficult time for all concerned and would like to thank staff for their professionalism and support over the past month.
Unfortunately, we were unable to secure a buyer for the group as a going concern and as a result had to take the regrettable action to close the remaining stores.
The remaining 91 Blockbuster stores will cease operating by Monday, with the loss of 808 jobs, it has been announced.
The chain had 264 stores and a 2,000-strong workforce when it went into administration last month but these have now all disappeared as a series of phased closures were announced.
All remaining UK Blockbuster stores are to close within days after administrators were unable to find a buyer.
MPs will hold a debate later today over car manufacturer Ford's moral duty to former Visteon workers who lost their pensions when their employer went into administration.
Visteon UK went into administration in 2009 with 3,000 workers losing their jobs. The majority of workers transferred to Visteon from Ford and were promised their terms and conditions would be protected.
Following a long campaign and several sit-ins, a fair redundancy settlement was reached, but the workers lost 45% of their pension entitlement.
Large numbers of pensioners from the four ex Ford / Visteon sites in Swansea, Belfast, Basildon and Enfield will attend the debate.
Unite national officer Roger Maddison said:
'Ford has a legal and moral obligation to the thousands of ex-employees who paid into its pension scheme all their working lives. We believe the government should be putting pressure on Ford to pay up.'
– Edwina Hart, Economy and Transport Minister
Cardiff Airport have been making progress in growing the number of flights and destinations. This new money will help them further improve the facilities at the airport and make sure the facilities for passengers are to the standards required for the 21st century.
Together with our investment in refurbishment and the new shuttle bus service, this programme of improved facilities and modernisation is part of our vision to create a high-quality airport of which Wales can be proud. The improvements will also make the airport more attractive to airline operators.
Improvements are set to be made at Cardiff Airport after the Welsh government confirmed it would supply it with a £10m loan.
The money will be used for a new security area to accommodate new technology and more passengers, a new taxi booking service in arrivals and improved drop off and pick up areas.
The loan will be repayable over 12 years and further improvements will be introduced after the first phase.
The total workplace Gross Value Added (GVA) for Wales rose faster than the UK last year, according to figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Workplace GVA per head in Wales rose by 1.6%, compared to a rise of 1.0 percent for the UK as a whole.
The increase per head in Wales was the third largest increase behind the South East of England and the North West.
Despite the rise, GVA per head in Wales remains the lowest in the UK, at £15,401.
The First Minister says 'there's clearly a need' to deal with traffic problems on the M4 around Newport but is refusing to say what option he prefers. I asked him if he recognised concerns about the financial and environmental impact of a relief road plan which the Welsh Government is consulting on.
He told me it would be inappropriate for him to express a view but insisted that a long-term solution needs to be found.
A large number of small businesses in Cardiff are alienating potential customers because they don't have a website, research from marketing services company HIBU suggests. The number of people shopping on the internet has increased by 10% since last December.
The warning comes as the UK government announced funding for smaller businesses in Cardiff to connect with online customers. Grants of up to 3 thousand pounds are now available to help cover the costs of installing high speed broadband.
Researchers say those shops without an online presence could be losing thousands of pounds. Alexandra Lodge reports.