Sunshine and showers is the order of the day especially in central and northern parts. A chilly night but Thursday set to be the best day.Read the full story ›
A police cordon is in place in Cardiff following a suspected chemical spillage.
Police and South Wales Fire Service are attending the incident.
There are traffic delays on Seawalls Road in Tremorfa while Fire Service deals with a chemical spillage - Plan an alternative route ^RK
Eight fire engines are at the scene of the spill at Seawall and Rover Way in Cardiff and roads are closed to traffic.
The fire service says six unmarked drums spilt their contents on the road and investigations are underway to find out what the contents are.
Pet owners are urged to be vigilant after seven cats died in the Ely area of the city in two months.Read the full story ›
Two people have been treated by paramedics at a property in Cardiff after liquid accelerant was poured through a letterbox and set on fire.
2casualties were treated by Amb when lit accelerant was deliberately poured thru a letterbox in Llanrumney at 01.34 Roath+Central attended
South Wales Fire and Rescue Service say it was called to the house in the Llanrumney area just after 1.30am this morning.
Glamorgan were indebted to a brilliant unbeaten 94 from Chris Cooke as they chased down a target of 318 to beat Kent by three wickets in a thrilling Royal London One-Day Cup match in Cardiff.
Cooke struck eight fours and four sixes in his 54-ball innings as Glamorgan, who required 103 runs off the last eight overs, secured victory with two balls to spare.
Cooke did have a life, though, caught on 52 after sending a Ivan Thomas delivery high into the sky, only to earn a reprieve with the Kent seamer having overstepped.
The battle of wills between Plaid Cymru's former leader Dafydd Elis Thomas and the party's current leader Leanne Wood comes to a head tonight at a special meeting of senior Plaid officials and constituency members in Porthmadog.
Lord Elis Thomas' refusal to always toe the party line has led to friction since Leanne Wood became Plaid's leader in 2012. Relations were briefly patched up after he faced disciplinary action for missing a vote in the Senedd but matters have come to ahead since the Westminster election in May.
He publicly criticised the election campaign for prioritising parity with Scotland rather than focussing on specifically Welsh issues, criticism that those close to the Plaid leadership say would have been more appropriately made in private. Friends of the Dwyfor Meirionnydd AM say he's found the party hierarchy unwilling to listen to his concerns.
Plaid Cymru's executive meets on Saturday and has the power to cancel Dafydd Elis Thomas' selection as candidate for Dwyfor Meirionnydd in next year's Assembly election. It would be an extraordinary and potentially damaging step to take against a man who was first elected as MP for the old Merionethshire seat in 1974.
Tonight's meeting, where he is expected to put his case, will test whether he still has the support of his local party. If he has its backing, the members of the party executive would have to ask themselves if they could really risk a split with the activists in Plaid Cymru's safest seat.
The 150th anniversary of the first Welsh settlers landing in Patagonia is being celebrated throughout the Chubut Province of Argentina.Read the full story ›
The good news is that we are well past the peak of the grass pollen season, and if you factor in unsettled weather then we are looking at low levels of pollen for the rest of the week.