Children and staff affected by a crash in Rhoose which injured 9 people are being offered specialist counselling.
The UK government have this morning given the go ahead for a firm in Lancashire to restart gas exploration using hydraulic fracturing.
A man from Barry, in South Wales, has died, and several other tourists injured after a boat capsized in South Africa on Saturday.
A Welsh village that didn't lose a single soldier in World War One has held a ceremony recognising their contribution to the war effort.
Colwinston in the Vale of Glamorgan is one of three villages in Wales and 51 across the UK whose soldiers all returned home.
They are taking part in the 'Thankful Villages Run' - a nine-day charity ride around the communities.
Three villages in Wales are among 51 hamlets in the UK taking part in a charity event to recognise the contribution made by returning First World War soldiers.
The 'Thankful Villages Run' is a nine-day charity ride, which started in Llanfihangel y Creuddyn - near Aberystwyth - this morning and will run for eight days.
The journey will stop off at 51 communities and present them with a slate plaque to commemorate those who were fortunate enough to return home at the end of WWI in 1918.
Llanfihangel y Creuddyn in Ceredigion, Herbrandston in Pembrokeshire and Colwinston in Glamorgan will all get plaques.
The ride will raise funds for The British Legion.
Two fire stations could be axed and two more down graded under plans to change the way the South Wales Fire and Rescue Service operates.
Kenfig Hill and Porthcawl fire stations would be the ones to close - replaced by a new station in South Kornelly.
In the Vale of Glamorgan, Barry and Cowbridge would have a reduced service.
Changes in other areas will be announced later this year.
The A4226, Five Mile Lane, has re-opened and traffic has returned to normal after an accident between the A48 (Bonvilston) and the B4266 Pontypridd Road (Barry).
The road's cleared and traffic is easing after an accident on the A4050 between the A48 Cowbridge Road West / A4232 (Culver House Cross) and the A4231 Barry Docks Link Road (Merthyr Dyfan).
Budding young authors in the Vale of Glamorgan are honing their literary skills in a new school project. Pupils from Evenlode Primary School in Penarth have teamed up with older children from Stanwell School to write online books. Megan Boot reports.
– Alun Cairns MP
I'm full of admiration for how the school continued and the teachers carried on. They gave their playtime to the pupils; they distracted them; they gave an element of normality. And the village needs to get back to that normality now.
Several adults and children are still being cared for in two different hospitals following yesterday's collision in Rhoose.
Five are being treated at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff, including one adult - believed to be school lollipop lady Karin Williams.
– Cardiff and Vale University Health Board statement
We are still caring for one adult and four children within the University Hospital of Wales.
One adult remains in a stable condition.
Meanwhile one female patient remains at the Princess of Wales hospital in Bridgend, where she is said to be in a 'comfortable and satisfactory condition'.
Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board confirmed one adult and one child were discharged from the Princess of Wales hospital yesterday.
The acting headteacher of Rhws Primary School has praised the community in the aftermath of yesterday's collision, which left five children and four adults injured.
– Acting headteacher Jan Morgan
As you can imagine, this situation has been extremely traumatic for all concerned.
All members of staff showed exceptional strength of character as they dealt with the rapidly changing situation, both at the scene of the accident and inside the school.
We are very proud of the way in which the whole school community pulled together under difficult circumstances.
Meanwhile, headteacher Louise Lynn has sent her best wishes to the school's lollipop lady Karin Williams, who was badly injured in the incident.
– Headteacher Louise Lynn
Our thoughts and prayers are with those who have been injured, including our lollipop lady Karin Williams, who has a fantastic relationship with the children and is a treasured member of our school community.
We are so grateful for all the support we have received from the Vale council, who sent educational psychologists to the school and provided an extra school crossing patrol officer to help us to maintain our routine as much as possible at a very difficult time.