ROADS: Traffic Wales is no longer notifying drivers of a wind-related 30mph limit on the A55 at Britannia Bridge. We'll keep an eye on it though.
KILLING: A South African man has been found guilty of shooting honeymoon tourist Anni Dewani in 2010.
Prosecutors said Xolile Mngeni was hired by Mrs Dewani’s British husband Shrien Dewani to carry out the killing, which was made to look like a car hijacking in Cape Town’s impoverished Gugulethu township.
In August Mngeni’s accomplice Mziwamadoda Qwabe pleaded guilty to charges over the murder.
Mr Dewani is fighting extradition to South Africa and continues to deny he orchestrated the killing.
Judge Robert Henney ruled Mngeni was guilty of killing 28-year-old Mrs Dewani.
ENGLAND DEFEAT: England bowler Stuart Broad has apologised for the heavy defeat to India in the first Test - and taken a swipe at former players for what he perceives as negative analysis of the tourists’ display in Ahmedabad.
FIREARMS: Police will next month be checking that all legally held firearms and ammunition in south Gwynedd are securely and appropriately stored when not in use.
RUGBY More bad news for Wales after Friday's defeat to Samoa, they have dropped two places from 6th to 8th in the official IRB rankings. The Samoans are now just one place behind in 9th
ROAD RE-OPENED: The A487 is now open after a tree that had blocked both lanes near Machynlleth has been cleared.
ASSAULT: A 51-YEAR-old man on crutches was attacked and punched several times in the face.
North Wales Police are seeking witnesses to the assault outside Bron Castell Flats in Bangor on Hallowe'en night.
Investigating Officer PC Bryn Pritchard at North Wales Police said: "At about 10.30pm on Wednesday, October 31, Halloween night, the man was punched several times to his face by another man of similar age if not slightly older.
"As a result of the attack the man has sustained serious injuries to his face requiring surgery."
Police call it a "totally unprovoked and extremely callous attack considering the man was on crutches too".
If you witnessed this attack, or have any information about it ring Bangor Police station on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 and quote reference RC12181073.
MAN UTD TEAM NEWS: Sir Alex Ferguson left out most of his big names from Manchester United’s squad for tomorrow’s Champions League encounter with Galatasaray.
Wayne Rooney was among those to miss out. With qualification already secured, Ferguson also left out Rio Ferdinand, skipper Patrice Evra and top scorer Robin van Persie. Paul Scholes was absent too, as was Ryan Giggs.
FIRST AID: Street fundraisers in Wales will be taught first aid and given defibrillators under a British Red Cross scheme.
The charity is the first to train its fundraisers in how to save lives, and it follows Red Cross research showing that only 5% of casualties attending A&E were treated by a first aider.
TRIBUTE: St John Cymru Wales (formerly St John Ambulance Brigade) pay tribute to sterling years of service by Llandudno volunteer Frank Ash who has died. Please see more in tomorrow's Daily Post.
COLLEGE FUNDRAISERS: Students at Coleg Menai have so far raised more than £1,000 for Children in Need and will continue collecting throughout this week.
PRYNHAWN DA: I'm Hywel Trewyn, a reporter with the Daily Post. If you have any news for me, please call me on 01492 574427.
SIGNING OFF: I will head off now and leave you in the capable hands of Hywel Trewyn.
JOBS LOST: Comet administrator Deloitte has announced a further 735 redundancies at the electricals chain, including 603 roles at its home delivery network.
MAN ATTACKED: I'm checking reports that a man has been attacked by two or three other men in Lord Street, Wrexham. More later.
ATTACK UPDATE: Three men have been arrested after a man was attacked in Lord Street, Wrexham.
The injured man, who some locals said was a busker, was taken to Maelor Hospital, Wrexham. Police said the attack happened around 2.30pm.
POWER CUTS: There are reports of power cuts in Maesgeirchen, Bangor, with half of the estate in darkness.
POWER CUTS UPDATE: Scottish Power said there are no power cuts reported in Bangor but there are around 80 households cut off in the area around Penisarwaun, near Llanberis. It was caused by a fault in an overhead power line. Engineers are hoping to get people reconnected as soon as possible.
POWER CUTS MORE: Scottish Power said there have been power cuts in Maesgeirchen, Bangor after all. Hundreds of homes were cut off from 5.15pm because of planned works to a nearby substation. A spokesman said a generator had failed and they needed to replace it. He apologised for the problem and hoped supplies would be back by 7.30pm
LORD McALPINE: Comedian Alan Davies has apologised to Lord McAlpine for naming him in relation to false allegations about abuse at a children’s home.
The former Tory politician’s legal team is in the process of suing everybody who wrongly linked him to allegations of historic child abuse at Bryn Estyn in Wrexham.
KITCHEN BLAZE: An elderly man suffered smoke inhalation after a grill pan caught fire in the kitchen of his home on Lon Fawr, Ruthin. Fire crews from Ruthin and Denbigh were called just before 8pm to douse the flames.
ALL QUIET: Emergency services say it's all quiet as I sign off for the night. My colleague Alex Hickey will be posting all the latest news tomorrow morning from 6.30 onwards. Nos da.
SIGNING IN: No major incidents to report from emergency services.
SMACKING: Smacking children should be outlawed, the Archbishop of Wales will say at a vigil service today. Dr Barry Morgan insists children deserve as much respect and care as adults and that physical punishment of them should be ruled out.
The Archbishop will be speaking at a service at a church in Cardiff to mark Universal Children’s Day, a world day of prayer and action for children.
ROADS: A470 Powys - A470 partially blocked between Llanidloes and Llandinam in Caersws, because of an accident involving two vehicles and recovery work.
RELIGION: The Church of England will today take the historic step of voting on whether to give final approval to legislation introducing the first female bishops.
ENERGY: Energy Secretary Ed Davey will flesh out proposals today to ensure all households are on the cheapest gas and electricity tariffs available.
FOOTBALL: David Beckham is to leave the Los Angeles Galaxy after six years. The 37-year-old will quit after next month’s MLS Cup the last match of the season where his team defend their title against the Houston Dynamo on December 1. He plans "one last challenge" before his retirement. Reports suggest Australia's A league. I'm putting my money on Bangor City in the Welsh Prem
RUGBY: Jonathan Davies could be in line for a timely return to Wales colours when head coach Warren Gatland names his side to face world champions New Zealand later today.
The Scarlets centre was ruled out of the defeats to Argentina and Samoa due to a groin injury, and his attacking threat was sorely missed as toothless Wales managed just one interception try and one linebreak from the two games.
GAZA: Foreign Secretary William Hague will address MPs today about the mounting crisis in Gaza.
More than 100 Palestinians and three Israelis are reported to have been killed in six days of fighting, with militant groups firing hundreds of rockets into Israel, which has in turn hit more than 1,350 targets in the Gaza Strip.
MISSING: Pictures of unidentified bodies are being posted online with the launch of the first website dedicated to finding the identity of mystery individuals.
The Missing Persons Bureau currently holds records of around 1,000 people who have not been identified, some dating back to the 1950s. It will feature pictures of bodies, but any images deemed to be distressing will be marked with a warning and require confirmation before viewing.
The website is at www.missingpersons.police.uk
ROADS UPDATE: Road now cleared following earlier accident on A470 between Llanidloes and Llandinam in Caersws, involving two vehicles.
GAZA: Reports from BBC that US Sec of State Hillary Clinton to visit Middle east for peace talks on Gaza crisis.
PRINCE WILLIAM: A photographic diary of a typical day in the life of William in his role with the RAF’s Search and Rescue Force in Anglesey, Wales, will be published on the site today.
MORE ROYALS: Nine out of ten people are satisfied with the way the Queen performs her job, but the Duke of Cambridge is the most popular royal, a poll showed last night. In the Diamond Jubilee year, 90% of people quizzed said they were content with the manner in which Queen carried out her duties, 7% said they were dissatisfied and 3% said they did not know.
the Queen’s grandson is by far the most popular member of the Windsors in recent history.
When asked to name two or three royals they liked the most, 62% picked William, 48% the Queen, 36% Prince Harry and 23% the Duchess of Cambridge.
The Prince of Wales, who is next in line to the throne, received 21% and the Duchess of Cornwall 2%, ahead of the Earl of Wessex on 1%,
WEATHER: The Met office is reporting it will be a cloudy day with outbreaks of rain at times, especially in the south and east, with heavy bursts possible. Very windy at first, with gales over the hills, but the wind easing throughout the day. Mild. Maximum Temperature 14 °C.
ECONOMY: BBC reports chairman of Wales' biggest housebuilder Redrow saying parts of the country will become "no-go areas" if tougher building regulations are introduced.
Steve Morgan, the foubner of the Flintshire based firm argues plans by the Welsh government to make new homes more energy efficient will increase costs.
ROADS: A494 Flintshire - A494 Aston Hill in Queensferry busy but moving eastbound between St David's and Queensferry.