Ryan Jones will leave the Ospreys at the end of the season and join English Championship side Bristol
The idea is to "reclaim happiness" by encouraging people to look through photos and find a picture of something that makes you happy.
Welshman Matthew Pudner's wife was refused a spousal visa and must live in the US with their 18-month-old son while they appeal.
Well you may remember that last week we told you about this man from Australia who had his Bike stolen from Swansea during a round the world trip. Well tonight Martin Williams is back with his bike and although its been damaged, it is fixable. Nicola Hendy caught up with him.
A man whose round-the-world attempt by motorbike was cut short after the bike was stolen in Swansea is celebrating after being reunited with it.
Martin Williams, 53, told ITV News that the bike was found dumped at the weekend. It had some damage, but he plans to repair it and set off on the rest of his journey.
A man whose round-the-world attempt by motorbike was cut short after the bike was stolen in Swansea is celebrating being reunited with it.
Martin Williams, 53, told ITV News that the bike was found dumped at the weekend. It had some damage, but he plans to repair it and set off on the rest of his journey later in the week.
Cameras follow Welsh adventurer Maria Leijerstam as she bids to set a world record by cycling to the South Pole.
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A motorcyclist from Australia who had his bike stolen in Swansea during a round-the-world trip has told ITV News there is still no sign of his bike, despite widespread media coverage.
Martin Williams, 53, said: "I went around the local bike dealers this morning chasing information and thanks to the story all knew what had happened and were very willing to help.
"Unfortunately there are no positive developments yet."
A motorcyclist from Australia who had his bike stolen in Swansea during a round-the-world trip says he does not hold it against the city or Wales.
Martin Williams, 53, who grew up in Swansea himself, told ITV News: "It does leave a bad flavour but it's not Swansea's fault."
The global adventurer instead said a small number of people "everywhere in the world" are simply "a little bit less honest than they should be."
A Welsh family business that started 18 years ago has been awarded one of the highest accolades in the European culinary world - a protected food name status.
The people behind Anglesey sea salt were honoured at a special event in London today as their product joined the likes of Welsh lamb and Stilton cheese.
The move comes after foreign companies were found to be selling something falsely claiming to be Anglesey sea salt.