Wales

Weather warning as snow set to fall in parts of Wales

A yellow "be aware" warning is issued for six areas in mid and north Wales.

Wales

Scarlets end six-year Welsh wait for Euro knock-outs

Scarlets become the first Welsh team in six years to make quarter-final qualification in Europe's top tournament as they beat Toulon.

Wales

Bodelwyddan 'marble church' shuts for lighting work

Services from a town's church are moved to allow completion of £25,000 lighting project.

Wales

Gwent Police in Samaritans link to support those in custody

Gwent Police becomes the second Welsh force to work with the charity in its custody units.

Wales

Parade for Cwmbran's Rorke's Drift hero John Fielding

He was one of about 150 British soldiers who repelled attacks by up to 4,000 Zulu warriors in 1879.

Wales

Main road into Carmarthen closed by police

Priory Street, near Carmarthen Town Football Club, is shut in both directions after a police incident.

Wales

Progress for Wales' first transgender clinic 'unacceptable'

A leading Welsh GP accuses those charged with opening a transgender clinic of "unacceptable behaviour".

Wales

South Wales fire crime unit cuts arson in 'hotspots'

Fire service team works with police and council to cut arsons which cost £7m each year in south Wales.

Wales

Wales-India 'ambitious' health links plan to be discussed

A body that represents 500 Wales-based Indian doctors says Brexit gives a chance to strengthen links.

Wales

Swansea prison probe after inmate Robert Evans' death

Robert Lee Evans was found dead in HMP Swansea on Sunday, the Prison Service says.

Wales

Anglesey rescue turtle Menai dies in Gran Canaria

Menai, who washed up in Wales 8,000 miles from home, dies before she can be released into the wild.

Wales

Wrexham National Trust volunteer Joan Capel turns 100

Joan Capel admits she gets "easily bored" but her work for the National Trust helps stave it off.

Wales

Betty Guy murder trial: Grandson 'lied about killing for attention'

Barry Rogers denies killing his grandmother and tells a court he has a habit of lying.

Wales

Rhyl road rage driver Christopher Jones 'used car as weapon'

Christopher Jones is jailed for 20 months after "putting lives at risk" with his dangerous driving.

Wales

Education secretary's cancelled Vietnam trip cost taxpayers £5,000

A ministerial visit that coincided with an important Senedd vote and was cancelled cost more than £5,000.

Wales

'Dad would be proud': Carl Sargeant's son on standing for his seat

Jack Sargeant is following his father, found dead after claims of harassment, into Welsh politicsAs a young boy Jack Sargeant used to help his dad by stuffing political leaflets into envelopes, and by the time he was a teenager he was a veteran of the cam

Wales

Kyle Roe: Gas explosion victim makes 'remarkable progress'

Kyle Roe, 19, suffered 87% burns in a gas explosion in Chippenham in October.

Wales

Bid to safeguard Traditional Welsh Caerphilly cheese name

Traditional Welsh Caerphilly could only be made in Wales under EU law if application is successful.

Wales

Plaid Cymru denies Neil McEvoy complaints co-ordinated

Plaid Cymru disputes claims by Neil McEvoy that complaints against him have been "orchestrated".

Wales

Aberystwyth student attack: Fifth man arrested

Ifan Richards Owens, 19, was found unconscious in Aberystwyth in the early hours of Sunday.

Wales

Pop-up pub brings cheer to Wrexham care home residents

Staff at Wrexham's Pendine Park home say they wanted to create a pub atmosphere for residents.

Wales

Barry Island cameras will show visitors 'what's occurring'

A network of live webcams is set up around Barry Island to promote winter tourism.

Wales

Met Office ice warning for drivers in Wales

A yellow "be aware" weather warning for ice is in place across most of the country.

Wales

Caerau homes to be heated by water from closed coal mine

Naturally-heated water is pumped from the depths of a coal mine that closed in 1977.

Wales

Under-fives in poverty 'may never catch up' with peers

Welsh children living in poverty may never catch up with their peers, Save the Children warns.

Wales

£6.5m for Caerau coal mine water central heating plan

Water naturally heated by the earth will be pumped from 230m underground to heat 150 homes.

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