Campaigners against the so-called 'bedroom tax' are holding a rally outside the Senedd. They want to see it abolished.
The police 101 number is working again after an earlier technical fault.
The 101 service is once again available. Please contact us on 101 for non urgent enquiries. Thank you for your patience
The non-emergency phone numbers for police forces in Wales and NHS Direct Wales are currently out of service.
South Wales police are advising people to use 01656 655 555 until further notice.
North Wales police say 0300 3300101 is the non-emergency number to use while 101 is out of service.
Dyfed Powys Police have asked that people call 0845 3302000 and Gwent Police are using 01633 83811.
Apologies folks, the 0845 NHS Direct Wales number is down this morning because of a technical fault. We hope this will be resolved soon 1/3
The website is working perfectly fine though! http://t.co/pm21Zl4vuF Your pharmacist is also available for information and advice 2/3
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David Cameron was shown the busiest section of railway in Wales, near Cardiff Central station, where the electrification of the Great Western main line and the Valleys lines will intersect.
The Prime Minister was shown round by Mark Langman of Network Rail Wales.
Cerys Matthews has been made an Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) by the Prince of Wales during an Investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
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South Wales Police showed ITV News some of the guns handed in by members of the public during the recent gun amnesty.
More than one hundred firearms, as well as ammunition, have been surrendered at police stations across the South Wales, Gwent and Dyfed Powys Police areas.
The initiative officially comes to an end today, and was intended as an opportunity for people to dispose of unwanted weapons without prosecution.
ITV Wales Political Editor Adrian Masters is tweeting from David Cameron's speech at the UK Investment Summit in Newport.
Cameron: You can see Wales is coming back; this is the new Wales that we want the world to see.
The Prime Minister told delegates that "four things are vital for a country... fiscal common sense; a business friendly approach; modern infrastructure; and openness to investment".
An inquest into the death of Anne Jackson has been opened and adjourned at Newport Coroner's Court.
She was found stabbed in the neck and chest at her home at Llantrisant, near Usk on November 1.
Police found her body on the floor of the living room, and she was pronounced dead at the scene.
Mrs Jackson, 78, who wrote under the name Anne Cluysenaar, was born in Belgium but was an Irish citizen.
She was also a visiting teacher of creative writing at the University of Wales, Cardiff.
Timothy Jackson, 48, from Sheffield has been charged with her murder and remanded in custody.