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Driver ploughs into cars on street

A woman is charged with theft, drug and motoring offences after a car ploughs into several parked cars on a south Wales street.

Devo talks: Wales central says Crabb

Wales has a central role in the debate over devolution and the UK union, insists the Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb.

Family 'numb' after biker's death

The family of 19-year-old Anglesey biker who was killed in a collision with a 4x4 car say they are "devastated and numb with shock" at his loss.

Cancer drug's go ahead in Wales

A drug to treat pancreatic cancer is made available to patients in Wales - but not the rest of the UK.

Fire station closure agreed in vote

A south Wales fire station is to close despite a campaign to safeguard its future.

48 million day trips in Wales

The good weather brings rise in numbers of day visits in Wales, with an increase of 19% in day visitors in the first half of 2014.

Time to rebuild the UK, says Jones

Wales' first minister says the Union has "suffered a serious injury" which can only be rebuilt by a convention on the future of the UK.

Forest drive road closure concerns

Campaigners urge officials to reverse a decision to shut a popular forest road in south Wales despite work needed to fell 150,000 trees.

Solar park near coast gets go ahead

Plans for a solar park across 75 acres of farmland on the outskirts of Caernarfon are given the go ahead by Gwynedd councillors.

Sickness bug sends 70 pupils home

Seventy pupils are reported as being absent from a Gwynedd high school hit by a sickness and diarrhoea bug, it is confirmed.

Pavilion demolition stage closer

An injunction stopping council officials from demolishing a Denbighshire community centre is lifted by a judge.

Missing boy's family return to beach

The parents of a 12-year-old boy swept out to sea while on holiday on Anglesey say they will continue to return to area because it is "where he is now".

University staff to return to work

Four-day strike over pensions ends at midnight, but further action may be taken.

200 tractor rally in farmer tribute

The roar of more than 200 tractors was heard in the roads of Carmarthenshire as the farming community paid tribute to one of its own.

'Selfish few' drives Aber camper ban

Plans to ban camper vans from staying on Aberystwyth's promenade overnight are back on the table.

Thirty new jobs at reopened abattoir

Menai Meats Wales to reopen former Sher Halal Foods and United Halal Foods abattoir.

Walker airlifted after summit fall

An injured woman is airlifted to hospital from the summit of the Great Orme in Llandudno.

Apology over bullying website claim

An MP apologises for suggesting former Welsh Secretary David Jones's business partner was involved in writing an anonymous blog.

Councils disagree over merger plans

A north Wales council welcomes the possibility of a voluntary merger with its neighbour but it says it is unlikely to pursue a link-up.

Delyn AM to stand down at election

Labour AM for Delyn Sandy Mewies announces her decision to stand down at the next assembly election in 2016.

Work starts on £15m emergency centre

Construction of Wrexham's £15m emergency centre starts with the health minister attending a turf-cutting ceremony.

March to support striking uni staff

A march to support striking Aberystwyth University staff is to be held as students continue to face disruption because of the industrial action.

Town centre fire badly damages house

Fire badly damages the first floor of a house in the centre of Welshpool in Powys.

Man sent sex-threat texts to woman

A man who sent anonymous texts to his wife's colleague threatening to rape her and force her into prostitution is given a suspended sentence.

Three men quizzed over canal death

Three men have been arrested by police investigating the death of a man whose body was found in a canal.

Stalls set out to boost high street

A week-long market opens in Swansea along with free parking for shoppers in a bid to boost support for high street traders.

Council chief may face investigation

The conduct of Pembrokeshire council's chief executive may be examined by an independent investigator.

Fans should back Slade - Legg

Fans should get behind Russell Slade if he is appointed manager of Cardiff City, says former Bluebirds defender Andy Legg.

Ann Clwyd to stand for re-election

The Labour MP for Cynon Valley says she will stand for re-election next year, after "many requests" to reconsider her plans to retire.

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