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.
Today will see the launch of what is called a 'National Conversation' to get ideas on what type of Wales we would like to see by the year 2050.
'The Wales We Want' conversation will look into which long-term goals the Welsh Government should be pursuing when the Future Generations Wales Bill becomes law next year.
The Minister for Communities and Tackling Poverty, Jeff Cuthbert AM, hopes the conversation will help set the agenda for Wales for the future.
– Jeff Cuthbert AM, Minister for Communities and Tackling Poverty
This Conversation is about the kind of Wales we want to see in the future. How do we ensure that the decisions we make now strike the right balance in securing a healthier nation with better prospects without adversely impacting on our natural resources?
What sort of Wales do grandparents want to leave their grandchildren? What sort of Wales do 15 year olds want to live in when they are adults? The National Conversation will help us to set the agenda for Wales.
The Welsh Conservatives say fewer young women are studying science subjects at A Level.
Boys outnumber girls by five to one.
The Chief Scientific Adviser for Wales says a science plan's being developed.
It'll include actions to address the low take up of girls for A level physics.
More severe weather is on its way after Wednesday's storm which left thousands without electricity.
Scottish Power says around 13 and a half thousand customers are still cut off.
The company says the bad weather caused hazardous working conditions and hampered the recovery operation.
It's drafted in more contractors and engineers to restore supplies.
After Wednesday's hurricane force winds the Met Office now has a 'be aware' warning for rain and temporary blizzard conditions for snow on higher ground.
@swfireandrescue received 78 weather related emergency calls yesterday. Including 26 roof damage calls, 18 trees down, 3 trees down on cars.
3 rescues of people from cars in flood water, 4 flooding incidents, 11 dangerous structures made safe, and 2 escaping trampolines
The high winds also caused the activation of 27 commercial and business fire alarms across @swfireandrescue area
There's disruption to travel on the roads and to train services.
- M48, Severn Bridge: one lane closed. 40 mph speed limit.
- A44: closed between Ponterwydd and Dyffryn Castell.
- A4061, A4233: Rhigos and Maerdy Mountain Roads closed.
- Arriva Trains Wales: no service between Aberystwyth and Machynlleth.
- Arriva Trains Wales: no service between Blaenau Ffestiniog and Llandudno Junction.
- Arriva Trains Wales: no service between Clarbeston Road and Fishguard Harbour.
Engineers have been spending the night battling to restore power after hurricane-force gusts battered Wales.
Scottish Power say, at one point, 52 thousand homes were without electricity in North and Mid Wales. The company says there are still 39 thousand cut off.
Trees have brought down power lines and blocked roads.
North Wales Police say commuters should check before setting out because of disruption.
There's a 'be aware' warning for icy conditions in the South.
There are three flood warnings and 22 flood alerts in force.
More and more older people in Wales are drinking too much, according to Alcohol Concern Cymru. The latest figures say nearly 1000 people over the age of 60 were referred to alcohol agencies last year.
Ray Preston, from Cwmbran, was drinking up to a bottle of whiskey a day before he was admitted to hospital. Our reporter Nicola Hendy's been listening to his story.
I understand that some MPs in the government parties are considering the possibility of pushing through plans to transfer tax-varying powers to Wales without a referendum because of what they see as Labour 'intransigence' on the issue. The current plans require a referendum before any such move.
If you want to catch up on the row, and see why Labour thinks the proposal is a politically-motivated 'trap,' click here, here and here. The other parties believe Labour is angry that devolution has been taking out of its hands for the first time.
One Conservative source said that 'intransigence' raises 'serious questions about the way in which fiscal responsibility can be imposed on the Welsh Government' and used the word 'imposed' deliberately. It's controversial even to suggest and is a sign of exasperation on the government benches.
Wales centre Scott Williams has been released from the Six Nations squad after suffering an injury in the game against Ireland.
Williams left the field 17 minutes into Saturday's game at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin after coming off worst tackling Brian O'Driscoll. The WRU says Williams has injured his right shoulder and will need surgical intervention.
Forecasters say there could be gusts of up to 100mph in north west Wales.
Heavy rain, along with more snow in places, are also set to sweep across Wales.
The Met Office has four severe weather warnings in place. It says there's a risk of disruption to transport and power supplies.
Large waves are also likely to hit parts of the coast. Two flood warnings and 13 alerts have been posted by the Environment Agency. There's a reduced train service between south Wales and London because of flooding in Berkshire.