NEWS ROUNDUP: Drakeford backs restriction easing
First Minister, Mark Drakeford has insisted that the easing of lockdown restrictions has nothing to do with the May Senedd election. The Welsh Labour leader had been accused of playing politics after changing a number of lockdown measures during the election campaign. However, Drakeford has said that it has "nothing to do with electioneering" and was based on scientific advice. The Senedd election will take place on May 6th.
People living near the site of a major landslide in north Wales have been advised to temporarily relocate. Monday's cliff fall in Nefyn, Gwynedd, saw some seaside homes lose parts of their gardens to the beach below. Gwynedd. Council have said that residents had been been spoken to and it was contacting the owners of nearby second homes.
And - Health Officials have confirmed that eight cases of the Indian variant of coronavirus have been confirmed in Wales. On Monday, India was added to a “red list” of countries from which most travel to the UK is banned. This comes as Wales' Covid rate continues to fall.
Watch the channel on TV