Michael John Pearce was babysitting his girlfiend's son Alfie Sullock last year when he inflicted the fatal head and abdominal injuries.
Find out what heart disease is, and how you can reduce the risk of getting it.
The good weather has attracted hundred of people to the Cardiff Bay urban beach this weekend, which is now in its second year.
Rap duo Bars & Melody, featuring 13-year-old Leondre Devries from Port Talbot, are in Cardiff to mark the release of the their debut single.
Leondre Devries from Port Talbot and Charlie Lenehan from Bristol, reached the final of the ITV talent show Britain's Got Talent earlier this year.
Our reporter, Emily Gadd, is in Cardiff and sent this picture of fans queueing to see the boys.
The jury in the trial of a man accused of killing six-week-old Alfie Rhys has found Michael Pearce guilty of manslaughter.
After the jury deliberated for almost 36 hours, they came to a majority verdict 10:2.
He is due to be sentenced tomorrow.
A man has been found guilty of the manslaughter of six week old Alfie Rhys.
A 49-year-old man from Cardiff has been sentenced to five years in prison after admitting swallowing 70 bags of cocaine and attempting to smuggle them into the UK.
Shaun Hall was caught when he arrived at Gatwick airport on a flight from Jamaica, after a body scan revealed he had half a kilo of the drug inside his stomach.
Border Force officials say the drugs have an estimated street value of around £81,000.
– Carole Upshall, Border Force Regional Director
This case shows the lengths smugglers will go to in their attempts to bring Class A drugs into the UK. Those who swallow packages like this are risking their lives. If one of the packages had split it could have been fatal.
Hall, from the Grangetown area, was sentenced to five years in prison.
A family from Newport has travelled hundreds of miles to Peterborough to pick up a passport. They say it's hard to sympathise with passport staff striking when there is a backlog of applications.
Problems with backlogs and delayed passports are still ongoing after the the highest demand for 12 years.
Yesterday, the PCS walked out over staff shortages saying poor staffing levels were partly responsible for the delays earlier in the year.
Last month the Home Office redeployed hundreds of staff to deal with a backlog of 30,000 applications, but some people are still experiencing delays putting holidays and trips abroad in jeopardy.
14-year-old Megan Richards from Newport is one of thousands of people affected by yesterday's strike.
Megan's grandmother Christine Richards said they had to travel to Peterborough.
"This is the first appointment we could get. We couldn't get one in Newport at all. The people have a right to strike... but when it impacts on you personally it's sometimes a little bit difficult to be sympathetic."
A spokesperson for the Home Office said the strike was 'irresponsible' and will lead to further inconvenience for customers.
The number of people living with heart disease in Wales is falling, according to a new report out today.
The report 'Together for Health' published by the Welsh Government, shows there were 125,567 people living with coronary heart disease in in 2012-2013.
That's 8,040 fewer than in 2006-07, which is a reduction of 6%.
Heart disease however remains an issue in Wales claiming the lives of more than 4,300 people a year.
Treating such diseases also remains a concern making up 8% of the overall NHS expenditure. Between 2011-12 on circulatory disease, which includes stroke and cardiac diseases, hospitals spent more than £442m.
– Prof Mark Drakeford, Health Minister
"This report shows a drop in both the number of people living with heart disease and dying from it. Admissions to hospital have also fallen as a result of better care in community settings.
"However, we must continue to tackle heart disease which remains a major cause of death in Wales. We will continue to invest in services, improve early diagnosis and prevent the causes of the disease, including cutting smoking levels and encouraging people to adopt healthier lifestyles."
This is the concluding episode in our series marking the centenary of the start of World War One.
Tonight's edition looks at the heroic efforts of the 1st Monmouths who - against all the odds - helped hold the line at the Second battle of Ypres.
It also features a tribute to Welsh air ace Ira Jones.
Click below to catch up with earlier programmes in the series