These videos show the ferocity of the waves hitting Aberystwyth seafront this morning, leaving the roads strewn with debris.
Days of severe weather have taken their toll in coastal areas around Wales.
Following the launch of Coast & Country and Newsweek Wales, not to mention winning two BAFTA Cymru awards, another busy year lies ahead...
A group of 20 walkers had to be rescued yesterday after they got lost on a Snowdonia hillside.
The group, from London, were walking without a map or compass, and were following a route they had downloaded from the Internet.
The Aberglaslyn Mountain Rescue Team received a call from a member of the group at around 15.43, who said they were lost.
They knew they were near Beddgelert, but couldn't find their way down from their location.
9 Team Members and 1 Land Rover Ambulance were deployed from the Team's Headquarters at Porthmadog, but luckily were not needed.
Gethin Edwards from the Aberglaslyn Team said:
"Knowing where you are on the map and where to go next are key skills.
There are a few simple map and compass techniques that form the basis for all good navigation and knowledge of their use and their possession is essential to being safe in the hills"
– Ceri Jackson, Director of RNIB Cymru
Imagine if you lost your sight tomorrow. How would you cope? Basic tasks such as preparing food or catching a bus suddenly become much more difficult when you lose your sight.
With the number of people with sight loss expected to double in the next 25 years, there is an urgent need to ensure that people who lose their sight tomorrow, can access timely rehabilitation support and that the service will be able to cope with the significant increase in future demand.
It is shocking that in 21st century Wales people are still being left to face blindness alone".
A new report published by the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB), has found people are having to wait for up to six months to access support after losing their sight.
The figures show in at least five local authorities in Wales, people are waiting over 24 weeks to access rehabilitation support.
The charity says when people first lose their sight, basic skills such as making a cup of tea, preparing a meal and being able to get around safely, all have to be re-learnt.
That support, they say, should be provided through local authority social services.
RNIB Cymru's survey also found significant variations in staffing levels for rehabilitation.
The Welsh Local Government Association recommends a ratio of one Rehabilitation Officer per 50,000 of population.
Six local authorities in Wales only employ one Rehabilitation Officer, but their populations vary from less than 70,000 to over 126,000.
Police are investigating a fatal road accident between and motorbike and a car on the A5104 Bryneglwys near Corwen.
Officers and emergency services were called to the scene yesterday afternoon. The motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the scene.
The driver of the car and the passenger are believed to have sustained minor injuries and have been taken to Wrexham Maelor Hospital.
– Chief Inspector Darren Wareing
Police investigations are underway and we are appealing to anyone who was travelling along the A5104 prior to the collision or anyone who may have information to contact officers at the Roads Policing Unit on 101.
Fire crews dealing with a mountain fire in Rhondda say it was started deliberately. Around 1 hectare of grassland is alight near Ton Pentre.
Update Ton Pentre: Approx 1 hectare of grassland involved in fire, beaters in use. Deliberate ignition
South Wales Fire and Rescue are dealing with a mountain fire in Ton Pentre, in the Rhondda Valley.
Well its a lovely sunny day, I guess I should have expected it. Tonypandy crew are at a mountain fire Ton Pentre Rhondda 16:16. #wildfire
At Plaid Cymru's conference in Cardiff, Political Editor Adrian Masters talks to two delegates who are in full election mode. Liz Saville-Roberts is the party's parliamentary candidate in Dwyfor Meirionnydd for 2015. Marc Jones is one of four candidates for May's election to the European Parliament.
Plaid Cymru's Health spokesperson Elin Jones has strongly criticised both UK and Welsh Governments for using the Welsh NHS as a political football 'in a particularly ugly football match.' She said attacks from Conservative politicians in Westminster were part of an 'appalling..pre-election spree.'
But she condemned Labour too for 'dismissing' concerns raised by Cynon Valley MP Ann Clwyd, calling it a 'shameful example of the tribal politics of Welsh Labour.'
And she blamed the First Minister for starting the row between the two governments by using his weekly question session as an opportunity to 'have a pop' at the UK Government.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a fatal road accident in Bodelwyddan.
Emergency services were called to the incident on Sarn Lane early this morning, following a collision between a pedestrian and a public service bus.
The pedestrian sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene.
There were a small number of passengers on the bus, one of whom went to Ysbyty Glan Clwyd with minor injuries.
– Chief Inspector Darren Wareing
The investigation into the collision is already underway and I would urge anyone who witnessed the incident or who was travelling along that stretch of road after 7.30am this morning to contact officers at the Roads Policing Unit on 101.