Carwyn Jones has completed his cabinet reshuffle with the appointment of Alun Davies as Natural Resources and Food Minister. He steps up from the deputy rural affairs portfolio to take over from his old boss John Griffiths, with responsibility for the environment.
No-one has left the cabinet but two have joined it, meaning there will be fewer deputy ministers as the total size of the government is limited by law. The two new faces have come to the top table by very different routes.
Mark Drakeford was a defeated Labour candidate in 1999 and served Rhodri Morgan as a special adviser. Alun Davies is a former Plaid Cymru parliamentary candidate who changed parties to become a regional AM before successfully taking on the task of winning back Blaenau Gwent at the last election.
More top news
The Dogs Trust says it's planning to deliver over a hundred parcels to help homeless dogs and their owners in Wales this Christmas.
Health Secretary Vaughn Gething has confirmed NHS bursaries for eligible students will still be available next year, unlike in England.
FIFA bosses will hear the FAW's case today after Wales fans wore poppies during a recent World Cup Qualifier.