A new report from the RAC Foundation shows details of how much money parking fees and charges managed to raise for Wales' 22 councils.
Do you spend more time in the bathroom than your girlfriend? Does your man have a penchant for fake tan?
The Equality and Human Rights Commission says there has been almost no progress over ten years in getting women into positions of power.
People living in the upper Rhymney Valley are due to stage a protest today opposing plans for an opencast mine at Nant Llesg.
The plans for the mine have been put forward by developer, Miller Argent, which also operates the Ffos-y-Fran open cast mine in Merthyr.
Despite the developer saying it would create hundreds of jobs, campaigners are concerned about the environmental impact the mine would have. A decision by Caerphilly County Borough Council on the plans is expected to be made soon.
Welsh Army Medics have been awarded the freedom of Cardiff this morning.
Reserve soldiers from 203 (Welsh) Field hospital marched through the capital after a royal gun salute to mark the Queen's birthday.
The unit, known as the Welsh Medics, is only the ninth organisation to receive the honour since 1886.
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Every week here in Wales 50 people are diagnosed with breast cancer alone, making it the most common type of cancer for women. The so-called celeb effect has made us more aware than ever before.
So, with a society calling for earlier diagnosis and PREVENTATIVE treatment - is our relationship with cancer in the midst of change?
Wales This Week follows 34 year-old Leanne Hugglestone as she undergoes a double mastectomy to prevent a recurrence of cancer.
Wales This Week: Mastectomy and Me - Tonight at 8pm ITV Cymru Wales
Speaking at Llandaff Cathedral during his Easter sermon, Dr Barry Morgan said climate change is everyone's responsibility.
– Dr Barry Morgan, Archbishop of Wales
Rising global temperatures are causing droughts, melting glaciers, warming of permafrost, heat waves and coastal floods in almost every part of the world. Already this year we have seen extreme weather patterns, not just in distant far flung places where it is nothing new, but here in Wales and the rest of the UK – this is no longer someone else’s problem. It is ours.
And we cannot bury our heads in the sand and pretend we don’t know about it and the part we play in it anymore.
The Archbishop of Wales, Dr Barry Morgan has called on people to make changes to their way of life to help protect the environment for future generations.
In his Easter sermon at Llandaff Cathedral this morning, Dr Morgan said Christians needed to take climate change and its impact seriously and react, rather than burying their heads in the sand.
"Solidarity and forgiveness sum up the meaning of Easter" the Archbishop of Wales Dr Barry Morgan has said in his Easter message.The Archbishop will be preaching at Llandaff Cathedral on Easter Sunday at 10.45am.
RNLI Lifeguards are back at their posts on Welsh beaches this weekend for the first time this year. They responded to more incidents last summer - than they did the year before. Today they are warning people to stay safe. Alexandra Lodge reports.
This time last year, we were experiencing one of the coldest Easters on record. Now many of us will be planning to take advantage of this year's warmer weather, but as the getaway begins its expected to get very busy on the roads. Alexandra Lodge reports.
A grieving father has staged a protest bike ride from the Swansea to the Senedd to demand a legal duty of candour from health care professionals.
It's 24 years since Robbie Powell from Ystradgynlais died after a series of medical problems. Now his father, Will is calling for the introduction of what's being called "Robbie's Law" to enforce opennesss among Welsh health professionals. Dean Thomas reports
Edmund King, president of the AA, told ITV News that around 55 per cent of drivers are opting to stay in the UK this Easter and make the most of the attractions at home.
He said to expect roads around the Brecon Beacons and national parks to be busy over the weekend as people take advantage of the weather.