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Man struck by lightning on mountain

A man in his 50s is struck by lightning on Pen y Fan in the Brecon Beacons, Powys.

Man dies trying to save swimmers

A man dies after attempting to rescue two teenage girls who got into difficulty in the sea in Gwynedd.

Labour candidates seek Welsh support

The four Labour leadership contenders put their cases to party members at a hustings in Cardiff.

Man held after Llandrindod death

A man dies following an alleged assault in Llandrindod Wells, Powys, in the early hours of Sunday.

Wood's narrow win to top Plaid list

Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood narrowly wins the right to top her party's regional list for South Wales Central for the 2016 assembly election.

Lower benefits cap 'fair' for Wales

Plans to impose a lower benefits cap outside London is fair, the Welsh Conservative leader says.

Crews tackle fire at food factory

Fire crews bring a fire at a food processing unit in Torfaen under control.

Limited NHS dental spaces in capital

Just two out of 48 general dental practices in Cardiff are accepting new NHS patients, the health board's website shows.

Memorials plan for UK terror victims

The government is to fund two permanent memorials to UK victims of terror attacks overseas, Prime Minister David Cameron announces.

College redevelopment a step closer

A multi-million pound redevelopment project in Aberystwyth could move a step closer.

Water safety urged as teen critical

A teenager remains in a critical condition in hospital after being pulled from the water in Cardiff Bay on Friday.

Councillor quits in Labour group row

A former Labour deputy leader of Cardiff Council attacks the group, saying it does not understand how to run the city.

Life-size chess at revamped castle

Life-size chess and a new entrance are among the new features at the refurbished Caernarfon Castle in Gwynedd.

Rare chicks are caught on camera

A rare glimpse of the nesting habits of a colony of birds on a Denbighshire beach is being captured on camera.

Meeting held over care home's future

Around 150 people attend a meeting to discuss the future of a residential home as part of a review of council-run care for older people at Anglesey.

Arts centre to open a year late

An arts and innovation centre in Gwynedd will open in October, a year later than planned.

Cancer drug dad to meet Welsh leader

Carwyn Jones agrees to meet a cancer patient who moved to England for a drug not available in Wales which shrunk his tumours.

'Arson' attacks on protected land

Arsonists are believed to be behind a spate of fires on protected land in Flintshire, environment body Natural Resources Wales says.

Fire at Wrexham school 'accidental'

A fire which broke out a school in Wrexham is believed to have been caused by an overheated light fitting.

U-turn over hospital maternity plans

Plans to contest a judicial review into downgrading maternity services at a north Wales hospital are dropped in a U-turn by the health board.

Body found in missing woman search

A body is found by police searching for a 56-year-old woman in mid Wales.

Lion tamer defends animal show

The man behind an animal show featuring performing lions and tigers denies his animals suffer in captivity.

New fleet of buses is unveiled

A new fleet of buses connecting Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire is officially unveiled.

Three men rescued from capsized boat

Three men suffering from mild hypothermia are rescued after their boat capsized off the Pembrokeshire coast.

Biker killed in 4x4 crash named

A motorcyclist killed in a collision with a 4x4 in Pembrokeshire is named.

Storms warning for parts of Wales

Heavy rain and thunderstorms could hit parts of Wales on Saturday, the Met Office warns.

WW1 hero's actions honoured by town

A World War One hero, who received a Victoria Cross after single-handedly storming two enemy strongholds, is to be honoured in Rhondda Cynon Taff.

A bicycle tale of two cities

As the Tour de France gets underway - starting in the Netherlands - 21 year old student Ellen Leach-Hutchings brings her bike home to Cardiff with mixed feelings.

MP calls for rethink over jobcentres

Jobcentres should be replaced by groups run by partnerships such as charities and recruitment agencies to create jobs, Islwyn MP Chris Evans says.

Incentives not answer to GP shortage

Financial incentives should not be the answer to attracting doctors into general practice, experts say. News | Awards & Certificates | Promote Us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Uninstall Info

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