Ryan Giggs could face his hometown club of Cardiff City for the first time in his career later today
A garden centre in Cardiff will be closed 'for the foreseeable' future after it was destroyed by a blaze which started late last night.
The family of seven year old Luke Jenkins say they'll continue their fight for answers about why he died
With just over three weeks to go until Christmas, retailers have been pulling out all the stops to get shoppers to part with their cash.
Today is Black Friday - an idea imported from America - the day when shops really start making money and offer big discounts.
Our Business Correspondent Carole Green has been finding out whether the tills have been ringing in Wales.
Police say a 25-year-old man arrested following two assaults in Cathays, Cardiff this afternoon remains in custody.
At 12.47pm today officers were called to Cathays Cemetery where a woman had been stabbed and this was followed by an incident around four minutes later in Tewkesbury Street where a man had also been assaulted resulting in facial injuries.
The woman is undergoing surgery at the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, her injuries are not life-threatening and we awaiting a further update on her condition.
Understandably the local community are shocked by what appears to be an unprovoked assault on two people.
– Chief Inspector Helen Summerfield
Officers, including armed response officers, were quickly at the scene and were able to make the arrest within 30 minutes. Thankfully incidents such as this are rare, Cardiff is a safe city, the injuries sustained are not life-threatening and a person remains in custody.
– South Wales Police
At 12.47pm South Wales Police received a report that a woman in Allensbank Road has been assaulted and suffered a neck wound.
A second report was received at 12.51pm that a man had been assaulted in Tewkesbury Street.
The woman, who is in her 60s, was described as conscious and breathing at the scene and was taken to the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, for treatment. There is no update on her current condition.
The male victim, who is in his 30s, was described as being in shock after suffering facial injuries.
A man was arrested in Dalton Street at 1.12pm and a knife has been recovered.
South Wales Police tell ITV News that they are not looking for anyone else following an incident in the Crwys Road area of Cardiff.
Earlier they confirmed a man has been arrested.
South Wales Police confirm that a man has been arrested after an incident in the Cathays area of Cardiff.
Witnesses reported a significant police presence in the area.
Whether you've started, finished or not given your Christmas shopping a single thought, today is traditionally seen as the begining of the Christmas rush. .
Retailers in Wales are expected to be very busy and will be offering huge discounts and sales.
It's following an American trend, given the term 'black friday', where many outlets start offering discounts.
The family of a Cardiff woman who was expecting to go on trial in the Dominican Republic today, says she'll have to spend another three months in prison as her trial has been adjourned.
Nicole Reyes is accused of causing the death of her husband Jorge. She's already spent 16 months in prison waiting for her case to be heard. Her family say she's innocent.
The owner of Floyds Bar in Cardiff has been fined £12,000 and ordered to pay £10,186 in costs after failing to comply with noise abatement notices at a city magistrates court.
Cardiff Council prosecuted Kelvin Evans due to continual complaints from tenants living in an adjacent property – described by one in court as ‘blighting her life’.
The Court heard that on many occasions, Cardiff Council tried to engage with Mr Evans and his staff and gave recommendations on how the level of noise could be reduced through installing air conditioning, removing the speakers off the wall and creating a false ceiling.
But the court heard the problems continued and equipment was eventually seized but the club then rented out new equipment and continued ‘business as usual’.
A Cardiff Council spokesman, said, “This has been a long standing case and hopefully acts a warning to other licensed premises, that if the Council is ignored, then we will take all reasonable measures to ensure the problem is sorted out. "