The ceremony to celebrate the success of Wales' Olympic and Paralympic athletes in Rio is getting underway in Cardiff Bay.
Watch coverage from ITV's Wales at Six, followed by the rest of the celebrations.
Zoe Morgan's family have paid tribute to her today, saying they are all "broken hearted" over her death.
“Zoe was a beautiful daughter, sister, granddaughter and auntie who had a heart of gold and would do anything for anybody. She was taken away from us tragically, too soon, and has left a massive hole in our lives that will never be filled. Zoe will always be in our hearts forever and always. We are all broken hearted."
Zoe Morgan's former school has paid tribute to her. Head of Whitchurch High School Huw Jones-Williams said she would be fondly remembered by everyone.
Wales' Olympic and Paralympic athletes are in Cardiff Bay for a ceremony celebrating their success in Rio.
Anglesey County Council has performed a U-turn over its nappy collection policy following widespread criticism.
In new rules, parents were told they would need to show certificates proving their children were under three to qualify for a new nappy collection services. But now, the council says:
- children up to the age of four will receive the service.
- parents won’t have to provide a copy of their child’s birth certificate
- any applications for a child over four years of age will be considered on a case by case basis
"We’ve listened to the concerns expressed by parents in recent days, and as a result will make changes to the service.
Parents are encouraged to apply for the new service but they can still place nappies in the black bin too.”
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Wales manager Chris Coleman will announce his squad later today for the 2018 World Cup qualifying games against Austria and Georgia.
Wales play Austria away in Vienna on Thursday 6th October, before hosting Georgia at home just three days later.
Coleman's side managed a convincing 4-0 victory over Moldova in their opening World Cup qualifying game earlier this month. They were subsequently named in tenth place in the prestigious FIFA world rankings - seeing them sit above the likes of Spain, Italy and England.
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