Members of the public will be allowed to tour the ship on Sunday.Read the full story ›
A selection of "fine Welsh goods" have been presented to world leaders at the NATO Summit. Here's the lowdown on what they got.Read the full story ›
The White House website features a photo from President Obama's visit to Newport's Mount Pleasant Primary School as a large 'banner' photo today.
The President joined Prime Minister David Cameron on the visit, where he greeted pupils with "bore da".
Downing Street has revealed details of the meal served to Nato leaders at Cardiff Castle on Thursday night.
The menu, overseen by celebrity chef Stephen Terry, included:
- Smoked salmon, from the Black Mountain Smokery & Cardigan Bay crab
- Roast saddle of Brecon Beacon lamb, Welsh new potatoes, Heirloom tomato and Wye Valley asparagus
- A jar of Welsh fruit summer pudding and Neal Yard’s Creamery crème fraiche
First Minister Carwyn Jones tells ITV Wales Political Editor Adrian Masters that the Welsh Government spent around £3m on the Nato summit.
2/3 Carwyn Jones tells me Welsh Government spent around £3m on its NATO summit involvement incl. Cardiff airport improvements.
3/3 Carwyn Jones says £3m expense was worth it to raise Wales' profile worldwide; can't buy publicity such as Obama's 'Visit Wales' call.
Cardiff Council says its contractors will work "24 hours a day" to remove the security fence in the centre of Cardiff.
The entrances to Bute Park are now open and work is going well to take down the fence lines. For more details visit http://t.co/gwo8QnTyJV
Some road closures will remain in place until the work is complete, with the council saying it expects the work to be completed by Sunday afternoon:
- North Road (from Colum Road junction through to Kingsway)
- Duke Street
- Boulevard de Nantes,
- Cowbridge Road East (from Cathedral Road junction across Castle Street Bridge)
- Castle Street
Number 10 has released this 'hyperlapse' video showing the flypast at the Nato summit:
The awesome air power of Nato thundered over the skies of Cardiff and Newport today - watched by world leaders and a crowd of thousandsRead the full story ›
ITV cameras filmed the military aircraft as they flew over Cardiff Bay en route to the Nato summit in Newport.Read the full story ›