Frontline advice services which help vulnerable people across Wales will receive £2,187,000 of additional funding.
The grant funding will enable Citizens Advice Cymru, Shelter Cymru, SNAP Cymru, Age Cymru and Tenovus Cancer Care to offer free advice on a range of issues.
They include cancer support, housing, employment and debt.
"When people are struggling with ill-health, debt, unemployment or housing problems, sound advice and a helping hand can really help get their lives back on track"
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The Welsh Government is considering Wales-specific law to help communities bid for, own and run assets transferred from the public and private sectors.
They would include facilities like halls, churches, playing fields, pubs and post offices.
It says developing a bespoke law would mean the maximum flexibility to suit the specific needs of Welsh communities.
People across Wales are encouraged to have their say on the plan.
Community halls, playing fields and post offices all play a central role in providing crucial services and keeping people connected in our communities. However, the current challenging financial climate has placed great pressure on such facilities.
When buildings and services which are working well and are important to the community are at risk of closure, we want to enable communities to take over ownership. This will not only ensure these key services continue, but also create jobs and skills opportunities for local people.
Rail passengers are being given nasal strips to stop them snoring on First Great Western trains.
Research for the company has revealed snoring is high on the list of annoying things passengers do on trains, with sixty per cent saying it's a problem.
Only one in five passengers say they feel comfortable waking up a person snoring near them.
This week is national Stop Snoring Week, with health officials saying it affects fifteen million people in the UK.
Police are warning people to be aware of a possible new telephone scam after a man was targeted by a caller falsely claiming to be from the Ministry of Justice.
The man, from Barry, received a call advising him that he could be owed money from payment protection insurance (PPI), but first had to make an upfront payment in order to enable him to receive the money.
As the caller indicates they are from the Ministry of Justice it can appear very plausible and the scam is designed to gain the victims' trust. We are urging people not to be taken in by cold callers approaching them by telephone and informing them of money they may be entitled to.
South Wales Police is asking anyone affected to contact the force using the 101 number.
Flights between Cardiff and Paris have been cancelled because of a strike in France.
Air traffic controllers walked out this morning for 48 hours.
Passengers using Cardiff Airport are being advised to check with their airlines directly.