A Cardiff woman who's lived in Libya for 27 years says she fears for her life as militants close in on her home in Benghazi
A north Wales man says he will travel to an assisted-dying clinic in Switzerland rather than allow his family to see him suffer.
Cardiff Council says the restrictions and security are coordinated by the UK Government, and urges drivers to use alternative routes.
The minor injuries unit at Barry Hospital is to close for five days during the NATO summit.
Cardiff and Vale University Health Board says the short-term measure is being taken to help provide a triage service in Cardiff city centre to support police and ambulance services during the two-day summit next month.
The unit will close on 1st September and will reopen on 8th September.
– Alice Casey, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board
The team has looked at a number of options to try and keep the minor injuries unit at Barry Hospital open over these few days, but unfortunately it has not been possible. The health board would like to apologise to anyone affected by these steps but would reassure them that the staff will be back in the unit on September 8.
The health board is advising patients needing minor injury advice and support during the first week in September to contact their local GP or NHS Direct on 0845 46 47.
Prince Charles will host a reception at the Celtic Manor Resort for world leaders and local people on the first day of the NATO summit.
The Prince will be joined by First Minister Carwyn Jones AM, Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb MP, representatives from local councils and businesses and schoolchildren. The winners of the St David and Points of Light awards have also been invited to attend the event on 4th September.
– Stephen Crabb MP, Welsh Secretary
Wales is a confident, outward-looking nation and we are proud to be hosting this historic NATO summit. The reception hosted by the Prince of Wales is our opportunity to promote Wales to the world and to thank the local community for their amazing hospitality.
The UK Government is under fire for setting up a 'day of celebration' this weekend ahead of the NATO summit in Newport.
It has released a high quality promotional film to advertise events that include 'Bands, Burgers and a Battle of Britain flypast.' But anti-war campaigners have called the idea 'grotesque'. James Crichton-Smith reports.
A special festival will be held this weekend in Newport to celebrate the NATO summit coming to the city.
The event, which has been organised jointly by the UK Government and Newport City Council, will include a range of food from different countries, local bands, and demonstrations from soldiers.
On offer will be reindeer burgers from Iceland, waffles from Belgium, smorgasbord from Denmark and paella from Spain. The British stall will offer Welsh cheese from Ceredigion, and locally-brewed liquor.
– Stephen Crabb, Secretary of State for Wales
The festival will give people a chance to sample the food of the countries attending the Summit and there's a great line up of activities for people of all ages.
I'm really looking forward to attending and I would encourage people to come along for a fun day out ahead of the NATO summit.
Serving soldiers from across the army, including 160 Wales Brigade will also be on hand to demonstrate military vehicles and equipment, and a Battle of Britain fly-past over the city will close the day's celebrations.
The summit will be held on 4th & 5th September at the Celtic Manor Resort.
The 2014 NATO summit business will be conducted at the Celtic Manor Resort in Newport.
Our business correspondent Carole Green has been taking a look behind the scenes at their preparations.
A Cardiff councillor has told ITV News he "understands the frustration" of commuters caught in traffic due to ongoing NATO security preparations.
But Cllr Graham Hinchey, cabinet member for Cardiff County Council, added: "We have to look at the bigger picture. It's a chance to showcase Wales."
There have been mixed reactions on Twitter to fencing being put up in areas of Cardiff and Newport ahead of the NATO summit next month.
Unsightly fencing up along our roads and motorway here in readiness for the upcoming Nato Summit, signs up warning of traffic delays...
Ok so Cardiff and the NATO fence is a lot of fun glad I allowed three extra hours for my journey
Well the #natofence works just nicely for us bike commuters thank you very much. Plenty of closed lanes to bomb along in.