Public Health Wales is launching the programme after new survey reveals many parents don't realise their child is overweight.Read the full story ›
It will be a dry and bright day across Wales, feeling warm and pleasant especially in some good spells of sunshine.Read the full story ›
It will be a dry evening for most. A band of rain and thicker cloud will spread from the north overnight, clearing in the early hours.Read the full story ›
Today will be a day of often heavy showers, with the risk of hail and thunder.Read the full story ›
A recording of a phone call has emerged of a UKIP Assembly member in which she appears to make a racist slur against Labour MP Chuka Umunna.
In a statement North Wales AM Michelle Brown says that the language she used was inappropriate and has apologised to anyone that has been offended by it.
The point I was making is that because of his considerable wealth and privilege, Chukka Umunna cannot possibly understand the difficulties and issues that the average black person faces in this country any more than I can, and I stand by that assertion.
I do however accept that the language I used in the private conversation was inappropriate and I apologise to anyone that has been offended by it.
As far as the language I used about Mr Hunt is concerned, it was a private conversation and I was using language that friends and colleagues often do when chatting to each other.
Meanwhile Labour AM and Assembly Commissioner for Equality Joyce Watson has called the comments unacceptable. She told ITV News it was potentially a matter for an Assembly standards inquiry.
Heavy rain and strong winds will clear eastwards through this evening. However, scattered heavy showers will return in the southwest later.Read the full story ›
Ministers have been accused of timing the announcement to scrap the tolls from 2018 to distract from a U-turn on rail electrification.Read the full story ›
Large parts of Wales are being warned to expect heavy rain and high winds.
The Met Office says they could mean difficult travel conditions, as the summer holiday season starts for some. Standing water and spray may make journeys longer, and could lead to minor surface water flooding. Winds could be sufficiently strong to cause some bridge restrictions, and bring down branches from trees.
The Met Office says conditions could also be hazardous for those engaged in outdoor activities.
The Severn tolls will be abolished by the end of next year, the Secretary of State for Wales Alun Cairns has announced.Read the full story ›