A dry night across Wales, but it will quickly turn cold this evening with a widespread frost forming, locally severe.Read the full story ›
It will be a frosty start with a risk of ice. The rest of the day will be dry with variable cloud and sunny spells.Read the full story ›
Any remaining wintry showers will die away through the first part of the night.Read the full story ›
Emperor's Choice has beaten 19 other horses to take the win at this year's Welsh Grand National at Chepstow racecourse.
It was a narrow win for the seven-year-old horse and his jockey, Aidan Coleman, with Benvolio coming in close second place.
Bookies' favourite, Amigo, failed to make the top five, with Glenquest finishing in third.
There is slow traffic and a lane blocked on exit slip road of junction 33 due to an accident.
Three vehicles are involved on M4 Eastbound on the A4232 (Cardiff West and Services).
The accident has happened roughly one mile before junction 33.
The dedicated exit slip lane is blocked for 500 yards. The main carriageway is unaffected.
Union officials are due to hold talks with administrators in an effort to save thousands of jobs following the collapse of delivery company City Link.
The company announced on Christmas Day that it is going into administration, putting 3,000 jobs at risk across the UK. Ninety jobs are under threat in Wales.
The RMT will meet administrators Ernst and Young in the hope that a deal can be struck.
A Welsh song sung by a teenager in her pyjamas has become an internet hit.
Mared Parry thought nothing of it when she posted a video of her rendition of 'Anfonaf Angel' on social media to show her friends.
It's now had more than 40,000 views.
Our reporter Ian lang went to meet Mared and learn more about the song that made her an internet star.
Two men were taken to hospital after a fire broke out at a Llandudno pub last night.
The fire service said an electrical fault had caused the blaze on Mostyn Street, which crews attended at 11.25pm.
The two men were treated for smoke inhalation.
The Wesminter Department for Transport has commented on England and Wales figures showing a rise in the number of speeding fines issued to motorists.
Speeding can have devastating consequences and it's right that drivers should abide by the speed limit.
These fines were issued at the discretion of the magistrates and show the number of fines issued is in decline across many police force areas.
There has been a surge in the number of people caught speeding, according to figures released by the Ministry of Justice.
More than 115,000 people were fined for speeding offences in England and Wales last year - the highest number since 2009.
South Wales has seen one of the biggest increases, with the number of people fined tripling last year to 6,491, from 2,181 three years earlier.
This year, a speed camera in Cardiff made headlines after generating more than an estimated £800,000 worth of fines in just six months.
The device - on the junction of Newport Road and Colchester Avenue - caught 13,624 speeding motorists and a further 146 running red lights between January and June, according to road safety group GoSafe Wales.