Wales

Wrexham council faces 'difficult decisions' over budget

School dinners could increase by 5p as Wrexham council looks to cut its own spending to balance its books.

Wales

Storm Brian: Train services cancelled as clean-up starts

Arriva Trains Wales warns some services will be amended with fewer carriages on its network.

Wales

Welsh farmers raise concerns over rise in veganism

But NFU Cymru stressed that vegans only represent about 1% of the UK population.

Wales

Rhondda council plans to scrap veterans' burial fees

Rhondda Cynon Taf council consider waiving charges in a bid to help veterans and their families.

Wales

Swansea set for visit from City of Culture judges

The city is up against four others from around the UK to succeed Hull as City of Culture in 2021.

Wales

Roadworks 'chaos' concern for Caerphilly businesses

Caerphilly commerce leaders say impact of Pwll-y-Pant roadworks 'chaos' may cause businesses to shut.

Wales

Minimum alcohol price - working it out in 30 seconds

How will the minimum price for alcohol in Wales be worked out if it becomes law?

Wales

Minimum price for alcohol 'will not put off dependent people'

A recovering alcoholic says a minimum price will not put off dependent people from getting drink.

Wales

Concern for future of bees after fall in honey crop

The average yield from hives in England and Wales has fallen by 2.3lbs (1kg) in a year.

Wales

Wales' Barker wins European gold

Elinor Barker and Ellie Dickinson win madison gold and secure Britain's fourth medal at at the European Track Championships in Berlin.

Wales

Swansea 'angry' with home form

Sweden defender Martin Olsson says Swansea are "frustrated and angry" with their poor home form after another loss to Leicester.

Wales

Storm Brian: Woman carried down Snowdon in gales

Sixteen mountain rescue volunteers took four hours to help a woman off Snowdon during Storm Brian

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Two in hospital after Rhymney parked car crash

The driver and passenger are being treated for "serious injuries", police say.

Wales

Virtual reality 'has immersive appeal' for tourists

Virtual reality is appealing to tourists because it is "immersive", an academic says.

Wales

Disruption expected at Culverhouse Cross roundabout

Resurfacing work will take place in the evenings starting from Sunday.

Wales

Wildlife Trust virtual reality dolphin dive for tourists

Growing numbers of tourism businesses in Wales are "embracing" virtual reality technology.

Wales

Welsh health secretary 'open to social care tax'

Vaughan Gething says the current system does not offer the quality of care everyone wants.

Wales

World Taekwondo Grand Prix: Olympic champion Jade Jones wins gold in London

Britain's double Olympic champion Jade Jones secures her first major title of the year with victory at the World Grand Prix in London.

Wales

World Taekwondo Grand Prix: Britain's Jade Jones cruises to world gold

Great Britain's Jade Jones wins gold in the women's -57kg final at the World Taekwondo Grand Prix in London, after beating Korean Lee Ah-reum 31-14.

Wales

Storm Brian: 78mph winds batter Wales

Wales suffered the brunt of Storm Brian when 78mph gusts hit the UK on Saturday.

Wales

Retro games consoles collection goes on show in Swansea

Samuel Anstee has every one of the eight generations of consoles released in the UK.

Wales

Swansea's home struggles continue

Leicester make a winning start to life after Craig Shakespeare as they outplay Swansea to earn a second victory of the Premier League season.

Wales

We want to make young people's future in Wales, says Price

Adam Price proposes a 'youth basic income' for 18 to 24-year-olds in a speech on Saturday, offering a 'guaranteed job'.

Wales

Cardiff stay second with 'Boro win

Joe Ralls gives Cardiff City victory with a late penalty after Middlesbrough's Adama Traore fouled Nathaniel Mendez-Laing in the box.

Wales

Widow's despair as soldier's medals stolen in Bridgend

The Elizabeth Cross and a wedding ring were among the haul taken during the 'brash' burglary.

Wales

Plaid Cymru's leader tells critics: 'Say it to my face'

Leanne Wood says anonymous attacks on her leadership are "ridiculous" and tells her critics to tell her directly.

Wales

Woman dies after 'medical emergency' in Llay, Wrexham

North Wales Police said it was called after reports of a "medical emergency".

Wales

Does Swansea deserve to be UK City of Culture 2021?

Swansea is one of five places bidding to be the UK's City of Culture in 2021.

Wales

Storm Brian: Risk of waves close roads in Aberaeron

Quay Parade in Aberaeron has been closed due to the "risk of high waves".

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'Fundamental questions about what Plaid Cymru will do next'

BBC Wales political correspondent Daniel Davies says one Plaid AM wants the party to focus on policies that say more about what the party stands for.

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