New figures show more disabled people are taking up sport in Wales nearly a year after the London Olympics and Paralympics
Members of the Cardiff Devils Ice Hockey team have signed up to a campaign to end violence against women in Wales.
Developers say a Blaenau Gwent motorsports complex could bring 6,000 jobs to the area.
The first Plaid Cymru presser of the new term was hosted by Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood and Assembly member Bethan Jenkins. The main theme was the need to build on the legacy left to Wales by the Olympics and the Paralympics.
– Leader of Plaid Cymru, Leanne Wood AM
We want to ensure that the inspiration from the Olympic games' success lives on. We want the Welsh Government to take the lead in capitalising in the renewed interest in sport. Small , simple , effective action will now reap rewards for generations to come.
The Olympic and Paralympic Games could be the kick start for the transformation of people's activity levels and the Welsh Government must grab this opportunity with both hands. The Scottish and Northern Irish Governments have all announced far-reaching initiatives to ensure their long lasting legacy. Wales cannot afford to be left behind.
- Plaid also say they would like to see a dedicated Sports Minister that could inspire youngsters to oversee policy and increase participation in sport.
A proposed race track in Ebbw Vale that could host international motorsports is a step closer to reality, after the company behind the idea revealed detailed plans of the site.
The developers say they're confident that finance for the £250 million pound site can be found which would be a huge jobs boost to the area.
Swansea City Boss Brendan Rodgers is trending on Twitter over whether or not he has turned down talks with Liverpool over the vacant manager's job. Former Swans boss Roberto Martinez has also been named as a possible candidate as well.
Cardiff now need a miracle to make the Championship play-off final after West Ham scored on 39 minutes to increase their lead to four nil.
Approaching the half hour mark in the Championship play-offs, Cardiff are a goal down to West Ham at Upton Park.
On aggregate, West Ham now lead the Bluebirds by three goals to nil.
Meanwhile in the Blue Square Bet Premier play-off, Wrexham face a similar fate. They are now three goals to nil down at home to Luton.
The latest scores now mean that both Welsh sides face an uphill struggle to make the play-off finals.