An investigation by Heart has uncovered a drop in the number of armed police officers in Wales.
First Minister's Christmas message for Wales
The First Minister has released his Christmas message for the people of Wales, describing 2016 as an "eventful year".
Carwyn Jones says he's hoping 2017 will be a year "to unite us" and "to continue building a better Wales for all."
"2016 has been an eventful year, to say the least. The events of the last 12 months have all brought to the fore differences in opinion among families, friends and others about the future we want for our country.
The First Minister has also used his festive address to highlight the violence in Aleppo.
"The message of peace and reconciliation is particularly poignant this year given the ongoing conflict in Syria and the millions of people facing an uncertain future.
"I’d urge us all to spare a thought for those who will not spend their Christmas with friends and family."
The First Minister has also thanked the emergency services, NHS staff, carers and volunteers who will be working at Christmas to help others saying "your dedication and commitment is very much appreciated."
This is how police forces in Wales are responding to the terror threat being raised.
Police say their plans for the Champions League final in Cardiff have not changed following the Manchester terror attack.
A man's admitted causing the death of a worker who was found dead at a golf club near Newport.
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