Welsh political parties argue over who best represents Wales' interests, ahead of a televised leaders' election debate.
Rural areas of Wales have been used by terrorists for training, say police.
Immediate changes are being made to improve safety on a Swansea city centre road following the death of an off duty police officer who was hit by a bus.
Zero-hours contracts should be banned, Welsh Labour's economy minister says, going further than official party policy.
Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb welcomes an open letter from 100 business leaders supporting the Conservatives' economic policies.
UKIP Wales appoints a new national organiser, three days into the general election campaign.
The new owners of one of south Wales' most famous fairgrounds insist they will open on Friday despite setbacks.
Baby Amelia Jones's mother tells court she "exaggerates" while giving evidence at her father's trial for the murder of his granddaughter.
Glamorgan County Cricket Club's efforts to restructure its multi-million pound debts are hit by a last-minute hitch.
A girl whose life was saved by an organ transplant meets her donor's mother seven years after the operation.
A man is bailed over allegedly producing 692 cannabis plants worth an estimated £831,000 - just yards from South Wales Police's headquarters.
The first wife of John Lennon, who previously ran a bistro in north Wales, dies at her home in Spain following a "short but brave" battle with cancer.
Real Madrid and Wales forward Gareth Bale takes part in the NBA's half-court challenge, testing his basketball shooting accuracy.
Appeal for owner to come forward after Mexican red rump tarantula is found wandering in the grass in Maesteg.
A woman is flown to hospital by air ambulance following a two-car crash on Anglesey.
The number of meals being provided by council meals on wheels services has dropped by a third in five years, a BBC investigation finds.
A UKIP candidate quits a right wing group whose Facebook page once called for black people to be "requested to return to their natural homelands".
A six-year-old girl is found safe after police issued an alert over her whereabouts.
Big tailbacks on the A483 Wrexham bypass and A55 near Chester are being blamed on temporary lights stuck on red.
A cinema is to create 40 full-time jobs when it opens in Flintshire in May.
A row has erupted over plans for an English act to headline the gala opening of the renovated Cardigan Castle, home of the first ever Eisteddfod.
Concerns are raised about access to banks in rural areas after HSBC announced the closure of a Powys branch in the summer.
Ghostly faces and snatches of text are found hiding in one of Wales' oldest and most important books.
A man's body has been found in a Carmarthen street, South Wales Police say.
The closure of an M4 junction at Port Talbot during peak times will continue until May at least, the Welsh government announces.
Political parties clash over what they are offering the Welsh economy at an election debate in Llanelli.
Injured fox cub under 10 days old is spotted on street in Cardiff and is being nursed back to health by the RSPCA.
Leisure and culture services are handed to a trust by Merthyr Tydfil council in a bid to secure their future.
A technology company has created 20 new jobs at its research and development hub in Cwmbran.
The first new tax powers are transferred to Wales, with the devolution of full control of business rates, worth nearly £1bn a year.