As energy bills soar and the 'Big 6' make billions in profit, the Tonight programme looks at ways you can save money this winter.
These furry friends at Folly Farm in Pembrokeshire have been specially sheared to help cool them down in the soaring temperatures.
RNLI crews at Newgale sprang into action to save a man and a woman caught in a rip current as they went surfing.
Wales' largest house builder has announced plans to build 450 new homes across Pembrokeshire, with, it says, the potential to create over 1,300 jobs over the next five years.
Managing Director of Persimmon Homes West Wales, Huw Llewellyn, said: "We have found that the Local Authorities in West Wales have reacted more positively to the economic realities facing house builders and are taking positive steps to help make developments viable.
According to Pembrokeshire County Council's Local Development Plan, there is a significant lack of housing in the region and this latest announcement from Persimmon Homes will provide around 90 affordable houses.
The remainder will be available on the Welsh Government's Help to Buy Wales scheme thus helping first time buyers and families looking to upgrade to a bigger family home to do so.
Between now and 2021, Pembrokeshire County Council has made provision for 7,300 dwellings in the Local Development Plan, enabling the delivery of 5,700 homes, and Persimmon Homes is set to deliver eight per cent of this over the course of the next five years.
A woman from Pembrokeshire, living in the Philippines, has organised a trip to take aid to a remote island devastated by Typhoon Haiyan.
Sally Snow has been joined on the journey by a team from ITV Cymru Wales. It was the first time proper aid had managed to reach the island. The United Nations believes that over 13 million people have been affected.
There's a replacement bus service running on Arriva Trains Wales services between Milford Haven and Haverfordwest because of a derailment at Milford Haven.
Scientists from the University of Exeter have captured some incredible footage of what it's like to fly with the UK's largest seabird.
Researchers working in the RSPB's Grassholm Island nature reserve in Pembrokeshire attached miniature cameras to some of the gannets nesting there to produce these amazing pictures.
Footage courtesy of the University of Exeter.
The Welsh Government is under fire over a wind turbine that it built at its offices in Aberystwyth
A Freedom of Information request has revealed that the turbine cost £48,000, but it generates £5 of electricity a month.
The revelation came as the First Minister Carwyn Jones was officially opening a new super energy efficient house in west Wales.
The building, at Cilgerran in Pembrokeshire, is said to be so eco friendly that it will never have a gas or electricity bill.
Kevin Ashford reports.
- Turn off unnecessary lights rather than leaving them on. Using TVs and appliances on 'standby' can waste electricity too
- Use draught excluders for doors, windows and fireplaces
- Increase loft insulation to limit the heat that escapes
- When using a kettle, just boil the amount of water you need instead of filling it up!
- Set your washing machines to operate at a lower temperature
- Change your light bulbs for low-energy ones
- For a shower that takes hot water from a boiler, replace your shower head with a more water-efficient one
- Turn the thermostat down by even just one degree.
- Take the opportunity of windy weather to dry laundry outside rather than in a tumble dryer
- Consider cavity wall insulation to keep the heat in.
The home has a built in photovoltaic power supply, which uses sunlight to generate electricity.
The company behind the project says the house produces excess energy that can be fed back into the electricity grid, potentially earning its occupants up to £1,000 a year.
- The windows are triple-glazed. The house is thoroughly insulated through out and features low-power LED lighting.
A three bedroom house which costs £75,000 to build and will have no gas or electricity bills will be unveiled later today.
The company behind it, Western Solar Ltd, claims the cost of the build will also be recouped as the homes will generate £1,000 worth of excess electricity each year.
The low cost home which has been built in Pembrokeshire will initially only be constructed for Welsh housing associations.
Western Solar, which is based near Cardigan, says there is a long waiting list for the homes but they do plan on building a village of them in the near future.
Fire Service reports severe flooding on Hill Street, Haverfordwest. Machine in situ pumping the water away.
Flood alert for rivers Taf and Cynin. Large tailbacks both ways on A477 at Llandowror, floods reported at B4318 @gumfreston by Clicketts.