Visit Wales reveals the most visited free and paid for attractions throughout Wales
Natasha controls the boat by 'sipping and puffing' on a device designed by her engineer father.
A former charity chief executive paid back more than £100,000 to government officials following a funding error, a court has heard.
Councillors in Newport say they're disappointed by news that the Avana Bakeries in Rogerstone are to cut nearly 400 jobs. James Crichton-Smith reports.
Councillors and representatives in Newport have tweeted their disappointment at the news that reportedly 390 jobs are to go at the Avana Bakery site in Rogerstone.
My heart goes out to workers and families at Avana following jobs news - especially after the hope when the factory was bought in July.
Sad news for Avana Bakeries Welsh Gov need to demonstrate the expertise and provide support and assistance to ensure new orders forthcoming
Up to 390 jobs could be at risk at a Newport bakery, just weeks after it was bought by a new owner.
Avana Bakeries in Rogerstone was at risk of closure earlier this year after losing its contract with Marks and Spencer. It was bought by Food Utopia Limited last month. There are reports jobs could now be at risk again.
Cllr Chris Evans, who represents Rogerstone on Newport City Council tweeted his concerns.
Seems my worst fears about #Avana bakery have been realised, details still coming through, but, not, good news.
Two more nurses have been arrested on suspicion of wilful neglect in connection with the falsification of patients' notes at the Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend.
South Wales Police say the two women, aged 29 and 40, who are both from the Bridgend area, have been released on bail until a later date. Both women were previously suspended by Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board as part of an ongoing internal investigation.
A total of 15 nurses have been suspended by the health board, the majority of which had worked at the Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend.
Three other nurses have already been charged with wilful neglect.
Newport County have lost against Mansfield Town by a goal.
Mansfield gave an early lead after just two minutes.
Newport currently sit 22nd in the table after losing three of their last games.
Hundreds of police employees have been investigated for breaching social media guidelines at forces across Wales and England.
In the past five years a total of 828 cases were reported to police bosses, one involving an officer from Gwent Police who allegedly acted inappropriately while attending a member of the public's home. They received a written warning.
An employee with Dyfed Powys Police was also accused of being 'threatening, bullying and intimidating towards a complainant by sending private messages via Facebook.'
A total of 36 cases were recorded in Wales.
Figures out today show female managers in Wales are earning almost £4,000 less than their male counterparts.
The Chartered Management Institute also says more needs to be done to 'tackle gender bias' in pay policies.
– Ann Francke, Chief Executive, CMI
Lower levels of pay for women managers cannot be justified, yet our extensive data shows the pay gap remains for too many women in Wales.
Women and men should be paid on the basis of their performance in their particular roles, but this is clearly not yet the case for far too many.
We have to stamp out cultures that excuse this as the result of time out for motherhood and tackle gender bias in pay policies that put too much emphasis on time served.