Updates from South Wales on 25th March 2022.
The day's news from South Wales on Tuesday, March 22
The National Museum Cardiff re-opened it's doors this morning after a few long months of being forced to close during the Coronavirus lockdown.
Welsh beauty spots are expected to see more people travelling to them this weekend.
Mark Drakeford addressed the Senedd marking one year since the first lockdown began and reflecting on the past twelve months.
The final Senedd session before May's election was a little more morbid and sombre than most final pre-election First Minister Questions sessions. Today is the day of remembrance to mark a year since the start of Wales' first lockdown and to pay tribute to all those who've lost their lives to Coronavirus.
CJS News marks the Day of Remembrance as Wales marks one year since the first lockdown.
City centre hotels are facing "serious questions around whether it would be financially viable to open" without pubs, restaurants and and tourism attractions being open too, according to a leading hotelier.
Gathering crowds drinking alcohol at a popular green spot in Newport should be stopped
Blackweir Bridge is finally set to re-open next week after being closed by Cardiff Council since April of last year.