Wales at Six (also known as ITV News Cymru Wales) is a Welsh national television news programme, produced by ITV Cymru Wales.
A selection of images from HTV Wales News from 1987-1990.
Wales At Six received a new look in January 1993 to tie in with the recently rebranded HTV.
Wales Tonight launched on Monday 28 February 1994 to co-incide with the HTV main news bulletin being moved to 18.25
A new look for Wales Tonight from 1997.
The main evening bulletin was aligned with all other bulletins as 'HTV News' on 6 March 1999, as a new set and presentation was introduced.
HTV News unveiled a new look on 5 March 2001.
All ITV Regions unveiled a new generic look to their news programmes on Monday 2 February 2004 to co-incide with the launch of ITV plc. HTV News was rebranded as ITV Wales News.
The main evening bulletin was once again renamed on 14 November 2005 as Wales Tonight, also coninciding with the launch of the generic ITV news set in Cardiff. The titles and graphics were adjusted.
ITV unveiled a new corporate logo to most of its channels and services on 16 January 2006. Most regional programmes underwent a refresh at this time.
ITV News went widescreen on 2 December 2007. Most ITV regional news programmes made slight alterations to the graphics used on their programmes.
Wales Tonight became the third ITV plc regional news programme to adopt the new ITV News branding for their bulletins on Thursday 26 November 2009.
Regional news on ITV was refreshed, along with all other presentation, on 14 January 2013. All local bulletins in Wales were renamed 'ITV News Cymru Wales' - complementing the renaming of the on-screen identity as ITV Cymru Wales.
On Saturday 28 June 2014, ITV News Cymru Wales broadcast from its Culverhouse Cross studios for the last time.