Rent prices in Wales have continued to rise throughout the first half of 2016 according to the HomeLet Rental Index.
Renters in Wales are on average paying an extra £20 a month compared to 2015.
Compared to other parts of the UK, renters in Wales have seen a more modest increase. Average rent in the UK (excluding greater London) increased by £26 a month in the same period.
Are pay day loan companies drawing people into debt?
With concerns that some companies are lending irresponsibly Wales This Week have been putting lenders to the test. Watch the full story Monday at 8pm on ITV Cymru Wales.
One in ten parents in Wales say they're comfortable asking for help with money problems.
The figures come from a survey by Action for Children.
But according to the charity, that's not necessarily good news.
Just 1 out of every 10 parents in Wales feel ashamed asking for help with money problems.
According to a survey by Action for Children, that's less than the UK average, where 1 in 5 feel embarrassed to seek financial help.
The survey of more than 2,000 parents across the UK also found one in three (28%) of parents in Wales had asked for advice about personal finances or debt, compared with one in four (24%) of parents in England.
Despite the results the charity says Wales has some of the highest levels of poverty and deprivation in the UK.
Catch up on Chris Segar's last programme. After 376 episodes over 17 years, Chris said goodbye to The Ferret on October 25th 2013. This programme includes a look back at some of the stories tackled over the years, plus new complaints about bacon and a wedding dress.
Welsh consumer affairs. This week Chris and Hannah investigate complaints over a plumber, two garages and a sinking fund. Broadcast on ITV Cymru Wales on Friday 18th October 2013.
Money owed to the Welsh NHS by foreign nationals NOT entitled to free treatment has more than doubled over three years. Welsh Conservatives say almost 200 thousand pounds of taxpayers' money is outstanding. The Welsh Government said it's looking at 'further measures' to recoup the money.