Workers on the First Great Western service are set to walk out from Wednesday evening until the start of services on Saturday morning.Read the full story ›
Protestors have been holding a vigil outside the Russian Embassy in London this evening calling for the release of Greenpeace activists, including one from Wales.
They are being held in Russia accused of piracy after they tried to scale an offshore oil rig. David Wood has sent this report from the vigil.
Fashion designers from Prestatyn are among those in London for the city's annual fashion week.
It is estimated the event could bring in £100 million to the British economy.
A floral tribute has been laid on Newport's Cenotaph in memory of Drummer Lee Rigby. The 25-year-old was killed yesterday in an attack in Woolwich, London. You can read the latest on the story on the ITV News national site
Normal service has resumed on First Great Western services between Cardiff Central and London Paddington, between Bristol Temple Meads and London Paddington and between Cheltenham Spa and London Paddington after an earlier signalling problem between Didcot Parkway and Swindon.
Major delays through #Swindon until further notice. Buses are now in place. Delays of up to 2 hours can be expected on some routes
An inquest at Westminster Coroner's Court has returned a verdict of accidental death in the case of Cardiff-born cricketer Tom Maynard.
Maynard, who had been widely tipped as a future England international, was found dead near Wimbledon Park station on the London Underground District line shortly after 5am on Monday June 18 last year.
The inquest heard he was struck by a train as he attempted to flee police after driving while on a cocktail of drink and drugs.
The 23-year-old Surrey batsman suffered multiple injuries caused by the impact of the train and from touching a live electric railway line, Westminster Coroner's Court heard.
He was stopped by police less than an hour before his death when his black Mercedes was seen driving erratically but the sports star fled the vehicle.
A post-mortem examination showed he was nearly four times the legal limit to drive and had also taken cocaine and ecstasy in the form of MDMA after a night out with two team-mates.
Tests on hair samples indicted Mr Maynard may have been a daily user of drugs in the three and a half months before his death, the inquest heard.