As NATO prepares for its latest summit, Andrea Byrne talks to three people whose lives have been affected by the alliance's decisions.
Monmouthshire County Council has started switching off its street lights for five hours every night as part of plans to save £180,000.
Visit Wales reveals the most visited free and paid for attractions throughout Wales
A shop owner in Abertillery claims the town's multi-million pound regeneration is damaging businesses. Bob Smith says changes to Church Street have made it nearly impossible to deliver goods to his furniture shop, Comfortzone. But the council says it has spoken to businesses, along with the public, whilst working on this scheme. Megan Boot reports.
Cardiff City have beaten Port Vale 3-2 in the second round of the Capital One Cup. Cardiff City's Federico Macheda scored two goals in the second half. Port Vale's Michael Brown managed to secure a second goal for his side in two minutes extra time.
Swansea City are leading 1-0 half time against Rotherham at the Liberty Stadium. Swans' player Bafétimbi Gomis scored in twenty minutes in. Meanwhile, Kári Arnason from Rotherham United was handed a yellow card for a foul.
All drivers in Wales should be made to take a compulsory eyesight test, according to road safety charity Brake.
Figures released by the charity show a quarter of motorists in the UK hadn't had their eyes tested in more than two years - despite research suggesting you can lose up to 40% of your vision, before noticing.
Brake is urging the government to introduce a requirement for drivers to prove a recent, professional eye test when applying for a provisional licence, and every 10 years thereafter.
It's estimated this would save at least £6.7 million a year by preventing crashes.
– Julie Townsend, Brake
Making sure your vision is up to scratch is crucial to safe driving, and though it may seem there are plenty of excuses to put off going to the opticians, none is good enough when it comes to putting people's lives at risk. If you drive, it's not just your own health you are jeopardising by neglecting your eyesight, but the lives of those around you.
Gwent Police is appealing for information to find a 47-year-old man reported missing from his home in Pontlottyn in Caerphilly. David Glyn Jones has not been seen since 10am on Friday 15th August. He is described as:
- 5ft 11ins tall
- medium build
- has two tattoos on his arms, one of 'the Pogues,' the other 'Dire Straits'
- wearing a green baseball cap, T-shirt, green/blue waistcoat, jacket and black and white trousers.
Police say he has links in the Abertridwr and Senghenydd areas. Anyone with information is asked to call Gwent Police on 101 quoting log 449 19/08/14.
A new report by Natural Resources Wales has found that £165 million has been invested in flood and coastal protection schemes since November 2011.
The investment, from the Welsh Government and European funding,is thought to have directly reduced the risk of flooding for more than 6,500 homes and businesses.
Since November 2011, Wales has experienced destructive and extensive flooding, with more than a thousand homes and businesses hit in places like Ceredigion, St Asaph, Ruthin and Rhyl.
In total, floods caused an estimated £71 million of damage.
– Steve Cook, Natural Resources Wales
The flooding we have seen in recent years in communities like Ceredigion, St Asaph and Rhyl, and the impact it has on people's lives, shows how important this work is.
With climate change predicting that we are likely to see more extreme weather in the future, we are taking action now to make sure we can be more resilient to the increased risk of flooding.
There is much work still to be done, but it is encouraging to see so many people who have suffered in the past working together and taking steps to make themselves and their communities better prepared for flooding.