A primary school in the Vale of Glamorgan has been closed, after an inspection found parts of it were unsafe.
Albert Primary School in Penarth was founded in 1878 and is Grade II listed.
The school posted a statement on its website stating that after an inspection by Vale of Glamorgan Council, the governing body had "reluctantly taken the decision to close the school with immediate effect."
More than 380 children attend the school, with a further 70 in its nursery unit.
South Wales Police is appealing for information after a 69 year-old man was found lying in the middle of a road in Penarth with serious injuries in the early hours of this morning.
Officers suspect he was hit by a vehicle which may not have stopped at the scene and has since failed to report the incident. However police have failed to rule out the possibility that the man may have been the victim of an assault.
Police are appealing for anyone with information about the incident in Grove Terrace to come forward.
Three volunteers from the RNLI's Flood Rescue team in South Wales have been recognised for their part in rescuing a woman from flood waters in Devon.
Paul Eastment and Chris Missen, from Porthcawl, and Jason Dunlop, from Penarth, will receive special awards for helping to rescue 46-year-old Vanessa Glover, who was trapped in fast flowing flood water.
The rescue took place on 23 December at Umberleigh, in Devon. Vanessa Glover had been swept from her car after it was forced off a road by powerful flood water, leaving her husband and 7-year-old son clinging to the car roof.
Vanessa Glover thanked the team for their part in the dramatic rescue: "I want to thank you for your bravery, courage, determination, professionalism and commendable quality of character. Thank you for saving my life."
The three volunteers will receive Gallantry Medals for their help in the rescue. It's the first time that RNLI volunteers have been awarded medals for a flood rescue.
Now, could 2013 be the 'year of the pier'? Steps are finally being taken to rescue two of Wales' most iconic ones - Penarth and Colwyn Bay.
Work has already started in Penarth, with plans to re-open before the end of this year.
Meanwhile the pressure group trying to secure Colwyn Bay pier's future are set to re-submit their bid for lottery funding, and have held an exhibition, showing locals exactly what the plans for the revamped pier will look like. From there, Ian Lang reports.
The body of a 57-year-old man has been recovered from Penarth Marina.
South Wales Police say the man, who has not yet been named, is believed to have lived in the local area. They say there are no suspicious circumstances, but ask anyone with information to contact them on 101.
A man has now been identified, by police, after he was taken ill whilst jogging around Cardiff Bay Barrage in Penarth yesterday. The police appealed for help in identifying the man as he wasn't carrying any identification.
The man, thought to be in his 40s, was taken to University Hospital Wales in Cardiff after being found collapsed at around 2.25pm.
His family are now with him at his bedside where he remains in a critical condition.