Andrea Byrne meets a family from Afghanistan, to hear their perspective on NATO's involvement in their home country.
A brand new series of Helimeds starts this Friday, 5th Sept, on ITV Cymru Wales at 8pm.
As NATO prepares for its latest summit, Andrea Byrne talks to three people whose lives have been affected by the alliance's decisions.
Plaid Cymru MP Elfyn Llwyd said the Prime Minister should reverse job cuts at the UK Border Agency rather than introduce new anti-terror measures.
David Cameron defended his government's prioritisation of funding but said he's willing to look again at levels of resources.
David Cameron says the NATO summit being held in Newport this week will give the allied countries chance 'to review' what action needs to be taken against Islamic extremists.
He's told the Commons that could mean further action, whether diplomatic and political or military.
David Cameron will unveil new measures to tackle the threat of terrorism in the House of Commons.
The Prime Minister is expected to announce a temporary ban on British-born jihadis returning to the UK.
The first stage of a £6.7 million plan to restore historic Regency landscape at the National Botanic Garden of Wales has been given the go-ahead.
It's been announced that the Garden has received initial financial support from the Heritage Lottery Fund to develop it's plans for the Regency Restoration project.
In what will be the biggest project in the Garden's history, it will aim to uncover the origins of Middleton Hall - the grand estate that the Garden now occupies.
The scheme will also involve major archaeological work which will see the restoration of the Regency landscape of the area, including the contemporary planting scheme that formed the heart of its parkland.
– Dr Rosie Plummer, Director of the National Botanic Garden
"It is an ambitious project and the most significant undertaking since the Garden opened in 2000. It is one which will not only provide enduring value to this part of Wales but is also very much about honouring the original vision of...all the Garden's founders."
A man has appeared in court following a siege at Swansea's Meridian Tower.
Lindsey Coffey, of Pontlliw, Swansea, was arrested at the tower in the marina area on 8th August. The 38 year old was due to appear in Swansea Magistrates' Court this morning charged with possession of a firearm with intent to cause fear of violence and false imprisonment.
Scarlets clash with Gloucester in a pre-season friendly today, taking a strong side including Rhys Priestland, Liam Williams and new club captain Ken Owens to the Premiership outfit.
In only his second game in charge of the region, coach Wayne Pivac will be hoping his side pick up more match sharpness, with the Pro12 season around the corner.
The friendly comes off the back of an entertaining draw with Bath two weeks ago - the sides battling out a 26-26 draw at the Rec.
A display of wedding dresses dating back 50 years is to be staged this weekend at a Methyr Tydfil church to mark its restoration to full service.
St Tydfil's Old Parish Church, which dates back to the 19th Century was closed for worship in the 1960s when nearby St David's became the parish church. Since then it's had limited use.
The wedding dress display will be staged in the church today, with events continuing through the weekend, culminating with a mass at 6pm tomorrow.
– Archdeacon Christopher Smith
"St Tydfil's Old Parish Church is a much loved church in the centre of Merthyr Tydfil and I know that people will value the opportunity to worship here again and hopefully it will find its place again in the heart of the community."
One of the country's leading toy stores has taken loom band charms off its shelves amid fears they might contain potentially harmful chemicals.
The Entertainer said the charms could contain phthalates, which can disrupt hormones in children.
The chemicals, which are used to soften plastics, have been banned in toys on sale in the European Union for several years.
The Entertainer, which has 92 stores across the UK, is described on its website as the biggest independent toy retailer in the country.
In Wales, it has stores in Cardiff, Cwmbran and Wrexham.