The Equality and Human Rights Commission says there has been almost no progress over ten years in getting women into positions of power.
Thirty years ago this week the biggest upheaval in post war Welsh history erupted - the 1984 miners’ strike.
Thirty years ago this week the National Coal Board announced pit closures which led to miners across Wales and the UK going on strike.
Three decades after the Miners’ Strike began, Welsh journalist Paul Starling reveals for the first time his unique insight into the politics of the dispute.
The Prime Minister has again criticised the Welsh Government's handling of the health service in Wales. David Cameron said Labour Ministers 'need to get their act together' because the NHS here is not being 'properly managed, properly funded and properly reformed.'
He was responding to a question from Conservative MP Charlotte Leslie who repeated her call for an inquiry into hospitals in Wales with high mortality rates similar to that led by Sir Bruce Keogh in England.
Forecasters say almost two weeks' rain is expected to fall overnight in parts of North Wales.
Pockets of Conwy and Gwynedd can expect up to 40 mm.
And isolated patches of moorland, high above sea level, are expected to get up to 80 mm; that's over 3 inches of rain. Up to 70 mph winds are also forecast.
Wales manager Chris Coleman has called on fans to support the team in their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign.
Earlier today, Wales were drawn in Group B with Bosnia, Andorra, Cyprus, Israel and Belgium for the qualifying stages. The Euro 2016 finals will take place in France.
"They'll be tough games," he told Sky Sports News.
"Our biggest concerns will be ourselves and how many times we can field our strongest team and the more times we can do that the better chance we can have of getting the points against anybody.
"Bosnia are strong, we've played them already, and Belgium, two strong teams. And looking at Israel they got a couple of good results against Portugal last time in the campaign.
"There's no easy games, but we've got to say we've got a chance if we finish above Israel then we've got a great chance of maybe getting that third spot but that's not to say we're going into it thinking we've got to target third. We've got to win as many games as we can because you never know.
"We took an incredible following to Belgium, there was nothing on the game really, we couldn't qualify (for the 2014 World Cup) and our supporters were brilliant so they'll enjoy some of those trips no doubt."
And Coleman believes the new format for qualification this time could help his Wales side.
"With this new format there's 24 teams so more teams can qualify...and it gives us more of a chance of maybe qualifying and reaching a major tournament," he added.
"Obviously the format that's been before was very difficult for us, but with the extra teams, who knows? It's all up for grabs."
Wales have have found out their opponents for Euro 2016 qualifying, after the draw took place in Nice.
Joining Wales in Group B will be Bosnia, Andorra, Cyprus, Israel and Belgium.
Members of the Ukranian community living and working in Wales have talked of their fears for their loved ones caught up in the country's protests. After days of violence political leaders there have agreed to hold a presidential poll before the end of the year.
There are calls for more action to support older people who live at risk of injury in their own homes. Alexandra Lodge has been looking at the work being done by one charity that's helping our senior citizens live more safely and how they are being given the opportunity to use iPads.
The Welsh rugby squad have given their support to an all Wales campaign to raise awareness of child sexual exploitation.
‘The More You Know The More You See’ campaign, which is being run across all four Welsh police force areas featuring Captain Sam Warburton, Rhys Priestland and Mike Phillips.
The films aims to deliver a message that sexual exploitation is child abuse which puts young victims at risk of damage to their physical, emotional and psychological health, and highlights that many young people who are being abused don’t realise that they are at risk and so don’t ask for help.
Detective Superintendent John Hanson of North Wales Police, who led on the campaign, says, “If people know what to look out for they can take steps to help a child. People listen to their sporting icons and we are very grateful to the WRU for agreeing to help us deliver these important messages.”
The charity Care & Repair which helps the elderly and disabled remain in their own homes has been given 57 iPads in a project aimed at getting the elderly online.
The MyPad initiative, gets staff to take the touch screen computers on home visits and introduce clients to the new technology and in some cases connect with family and friends digitally.
Chris Jones Managing Director of Care & Repair Cymru said, “It has the potential to create a model to deal with both digital and social exclusion that could be replicated elsewhere.”
As part of Care & Repair week the charity also wants to let people know that if they are worried about poor conditions in their homes they should get in touch.
During the winter months, government figures show thousands more are hospitalised because they live in cold homes, and are too afraid to turn on the heating because of the cost. The charity says it will assess problems and make sure the elderly claim all they're entitled too and access grants
To contact Care & Repair Cymru Telephone 0300 111 3333 or visit www.careandrepair.org.uk
Warren Gatland will announce his team to face France in the Six Nations later. They will be hoping for a better performance from their last outing in the tournament when they lost to Ireland.
Wales' 26-3 defeat in Dublin was their first loss on the road in the Six Nations since they were beaten in Paris three years ago.