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BBC - Wales 

Jesus stickers cause insurance row

An insurance company threatens to void the policy of a Christian minister who put religious stickers on her car.

Beavers' return to rivers considered

Beavers could return to Welsh waters later this year centuries after they disappeared.

Greens reject Plaid call for votes

The leader of the Greens in Wales brushes off suggestions their supporters should vote for Plaid Cymru in seats the nationalists could win.

Thief steals 200m of phone cable

Homes and businesses are left without phone or broadband after a thief steals 200m of cable.

Snow and ice alert across Wales

A yellow "be aware" alert for snow and ice is in force across all of Wales.

Dad put porn on supermarket iPad

A "foolish" Tesco shopper who changed the display image of a demonstration iPad to a pornographic photo is given a community order.

Cardiff City 0-2 Derby County

Derby County move level on points with Championship leaders Bournemouth thanks to victory at Cardiff.

'Mistake' to arm police with Tasers

A Welsh police and crime commissioner says the proposal to offer Tasers to all front-line police officers is a mistake.

Prince's household 'like Wolf Hall'

Clarence House is fraught with rivalries that have led to it being compared to the court of Henry VIII, according to a new biography of the Prince of Wales.

'Golden hellos' idea to attract GPs

Newly-qualified doctors should be offered "golden hellos" to entice them to work in general practice in Wales, Plaid Cymru says.

200 protest over Gypsy site plans

More than 200 people stage a protest about plans for a Gypsy and traveller site near a village in Conwy county.

City's tributes to homeless man

A crowd of about 300 pay their respects after the death of well-known Swansea character, Tea Cosy Pete.

Stolen historic rugby medals appeal

Police appeal to find a rugby cup winner's medals dating back almost 70 years following their theft four years ago.

Business leaders discuss transport

Transport summit held to find ways to improve travel infrastructure in north Wales to boost economic growth.

Rural transport lifeline for village

A transport lifeline for a rural community that lost a bus service in 2014 is being piloted in north Wales.

Name change may help recruit doctors

Changing the names of some of Wales' health boards might help towards solving a shortage of doctors wanting to train here, says a leading medical figure.

Super-prison's £23m for Wrexham

The "super-prison" being built in Wrexham will bring £23m a year to the local economy and 1,000 jobs.

Children's entertainer is jailed

A children's entertainer is jailed for two years after admitting charges relating to child abuse images and drug offences.

Corwen Pavilion demolition starts

Bulldozers begin demolishing a Denbighshire community centre after an injunction was lifted.

Elderly abuse action project boost

A research project to find ways to help older people affected by abuse in their own homes secures £890,000 in lottery funding.

Safety work on 280 stretches of road

Safety improvements will be carried out on 280 stretches of road across Wales, including lowering speed limits in some areas.

Police take people to A&E 115 times

Patients were taken to A&Es by police in Wales more than 100 times in December largely because no ambulances were available.

Fly-grazing law not fully used

Only half of Wales' councils have used a law to clear fly-grazing animals, one year after it was introduced.

Lonely micro-pig gets a new home

An abandoned micro-pig, thought to be an unwanted Christmas present, has a new home after an RSPCA appeal.

RNLI rescues at eight-year high

The number of people rescued by the RNLI across Wales reaches an eight-year high, new figures show.

M4 lanes reopen after oil spill

Two lanes of the M4 which were closed because of a hydraulic oil spill around Newport reopened.

'Too many libraries closing' warning

Too many libraries are closing which will make it more difficult for people to challenge those in power, an ex-National Library for Wales chief says.

Plea for kidnapped daughter's return

A mother is appealing for the return of her daughter after she was kidnapped and taken to Libya two years ago.

'Train everyone' for digital world

People everywhere need to adapt to a world being rapidly changed by digital technology, a leading academic says.

Council cuts threaten libraries

Seven Cardiff libraries face an uncertain future after a proposal to stop them losing their council funding is rejected. News | Awards & Certificates | Promote Us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Uninstall Info

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