A man from Barry, in South Wales, has died, and several other tourists injured after a boat capsized in South Africa on Saturday.
An owner of a hot sauce company in Barry says he wants to expand his business and go global but he cannot secure a loan from the bank.
The town of Barry has been named Wales' leading 'digital champion' after its online presence grew by more than 22 percent since last year.
A Barry nursery owner is calling for childcare staffing regulations to be relaxed.
Abeer Bafiqih runs the Daisy Day Nursery in Barry and Cardiff looking after children up five years old. She believes regulations around staffing levels could be relaxed.
She said: "We face the same costs as all other business such as rates; our salaries are probably higher because we are so labour intensive, because of the legislation around ratios.
"If we had maybe more children per adult maybe in the older age ranges, that would lower our salaries costs and that in turn would impact on the fees we charge."
Strict guidelines govern the way a childcare business is run and the number of staff needed. For children under 2 there has to be 1 adult to 3 children, youngsters between 2 and 3 need 1 adult to 4 children and children aged 3 to 8 need one adult to every 8 children.
The Children's Commission is currently looking at relaxing the restrictions on the ratio of staff to children in England, but the Welsh Government say they have no plans for change.
Gill Rutter, of the Daycare Trust said: "We think that changing the ratios risks compromising safety. It also may not save parents any money in the long term. Why should nurseries, why should child minders pass on those savings to parents if they change the ratios."
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Gill Rutter from the Daycare Trust says in the long term the government needs to look at reforming childcare regulations to lower the costs and ensure it is not a barrier to parents going to work.
Abeer Bafaqih, owner of Daisy Day Nursery in Barry and Cardiff, believes there is scope for childcare regulations to be relaxed for older children to help keep costs down.
A 27-year-old man from the Barry area has been arrested on suspicion of attempted abduction. Police have been investigating a number of suspicious incidents in Barry and Penarth involving the driver of a car. They are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incidents.
Police in Barry are appealing for information following a series of suspicious incidents involving the driver of an old-style green coloured Ford Fiesta.
Police say he has approached both children and adults.
The first incident happened just before 12.30pm on Sunday 6th January on Rectory Road, Penarth. This was followed by another incident the next day at 9:15am on Redlands Road, Penarth, 7.30pm on Winston Road in Barry and then at 9.15pm on Fern Drive in Barry.
Police are asking anyone who may have any information regarding the man who is described as a white, balding man of stocky or chubby build between 20 to 30 years old and unshaven with a tribal tattoo on one of his arms at any of these locations around these times, to contact them on 101.
– Matt Rowlands, Barry Neighbourhood Sergeant
As a precautionary measure we always advise that any suspicious incidents should be reported to us.
We don’t believe there to be any need for alarm at this time but of course – as always – we encourage people to be vigilant.
Power has been restored to hundreds of homes in Wales after they were plunged into darkness following bad weather last night.
Western Power say around 400 properties were affected for a short period of time.
Experts are still working on 22 houses in Abergavenny, Barry and Pantyffynnon, which remain without power.
Western Power said the outage could be due to lightning in the area, but the exact cause is still being established.
Brad Geyser, the joint operations commander for South Africa's National Sea Rescue Institute, tells ITV Wales of the dramatic rescue following the capsizing of a charter boat on a popular sight-seeing trip in South Africa.
64-year-old Peter Hyett from the Vale of Glamorgan in South Wales died along with a South African tour guide.