Cloud will become more widespread this afternoon but expected to stay dry. Overnight, winds likely to strengthen with rain at timesRead the full story ›
The Welsh Government will later launch new plans to reduce the number of children living in poverty in Wales.Read the full story ›
Plaid Cymru are to launch their campaign this morning ahead of May's general election.Read the full story ›
A dull and cloudy start with a risk of showers. During the afternoon it is expected to become largely dry with strengthening winds.Read the full story ›
Plaid Cymru's Parliamentary leader Elfyn Llwyd says leaving the Commons after 23 years is 'tinged with sadness.' When asked by Political Editor Adrian Masters if he might return to Westminster as a peer, he simply said 'I don't know what you're talking about.'
On the last day of the current Parliament, former Welsh Secretary Paul Murphy tells Political Editor Adrian Masters that he has 'mixed feelings' about leaving Westminster. He's standing down after nearly three decades as Torfaen MP. But when asked if he expects to return as a peer he simply said it was 'an interesting idea.'
A risk of isolated showers in the north but elsewhere expected to stay dry with some bright and sunny spells. Dry and chilly tonight.Read the full story ›
Almost a fifth of secondary schools in Wales have seen pupils use e-cigarettes within school grounds.Read the full story ›
A woman out walking her dog came back to see her home was up for rent.
Jess Popper, 32, was stunned to see the "To Let" sign outside her own house put up by a blundering sign company.
Office worker Jess said: "This is a private family property - my father has lived here for fifty years."
Letting agency Next Move apologised for the blunder at her home in Uplands, Swansea.
A spokesman for the company said: "This was an error with our board company which erects display boards on our behalf. We have apologised to her."
The Welsh Government will today launch a £5m interest free loan scheme to improve local sport and recreation facilities across Wales.Read the full story ›