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Man jailed after door banging death

A hammer-wielding drug addict is jailed after a woman suffered a heart attack and died when she was terrorised in her own home.

400 jobs saved in oil refinery sale

A sale is agreed on the closure-threatened Murco oil refinery in Milford Haven, safeguarding 400 jobs.

Weightlifter attack on Welsh athlete

An Australian weightlifter admits assaulting a member of the Welsh team at the Commonwealth Games.

Iconic Snowdon views set for sale

Some of the best known views of Wales' tallest mountain could soon be up for sale.

Firm takes over airport bus route

A coach hire company is taking over running the Cardiff Airport shuttle service after the existing operator said it will stop.

Council chief punished over n-word

The deputy leader of Powys Council is "severely reprimanded" for using racially offensive language in a meeting.

Firefighters to strike over eight days

Firefighters in England and Wales are to stage a new series of strikes over eight days from 9 August in a row over conditions.

Perilous paths on Snowdon made safer

Work is under way to remove false paths from Snowdon, as a coroner says they leave walkers "in peril".

One-in-10 Welsh children is obese

Over a quarter of Welsh children starting primary school are overweight - with more than one in 10 classed as obese, say public health officials.

Giant wind farm plan is scrapped

A massive wind farm planned for the Irish Sea - with 440 turbines covering an area the size of Anglesey - is scrapped.

Walker dies after fall on Snowdon

A man is dead following a 200ft fall while walking just below the summit of Snowdon.

Estate agency to be sold for £16.5m

Wales' biggest estate agent chain Peter Alan is being sold by the building society Principality for £16.5m.

Missing asthma checks 'risks lives'

A third of asthma sufferers in Wales are risking their lives by not having an annual check, health campaigners warn.

After Blue Monday, seize Thursday

You might have heard of Blue Monday, well now at the end of July it's been designated Carpe Diem Day - Seize The Day Thursday.

Arts bid for Victorian tram sheds

Push to turn historic tram and trolley bus sheds in Cardiff into a new arts and culture centre for the Welsh capital.

Lessons to be learned over killings

Lessons need to be learned from the case of a man who killed his wife and young son at their home near Porthmadog, an official review finds.

£40m development to create 300 jobs

Plans for a £40m development in Conwy county could create 300 jobs if they get the green light.

Path led man to his death on Snowdon

A coroner demands Snowdon park officials address the dangers of paths that leave "people in peril" after a man fell about 600ft (180m) to his death.

1,700 homes plan for village backed

A massive expansion of a Denbighshire village, with up to 1,700 new homes, moves a step closer as planners back a brief for how it should be done.

Police tackle burger bar call-outs

A rise in late-night anti social behaviour in Wrexham town centre prompts police action and a call for fast-food outlets to help.

Finance firm to create 70 jobs

A Wrexham company which provides specialist information to financial institutions is creating 70 jobs.

Police target illegal off-roaders

Illegal off-roaders are being targeted by police and countryside official following a number of incidents and complaints.

Eco centre marks 40th anniversary

A Powys eco centre is marking 40 years since members started developing ideas on sustainable technology which have now become mainstream.

Surge in arsons over school holidays

There have been more than 300 fires started deliberately in Wales since the school holidays began 10 days ago, figures show.

Family fight autistic girl's move

A Swansea family are fighting a health board's decision to transfer their 20-year-old autistic daughter to a specialist unit in Brighton.

Boxers guaranteed five bronze medals

Wales reach their target of 27 medals and are guaranteed to win at least 32 after day seven of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

Rugby star guilty of model's assault

Wales rugby star Ian Gough is found guilty of assaulting his ex-girlfriend, former Miss Wales Sophia Cahill, days after her engagement to pop star Dane Bowers.

Shop's 'Welsh' signs actually Gaelic

Shoppers in Caerphilly are left baffled by a shop's new signs which, instead of Welsh, feature Scottish Gaelic words.

Cardiff march clash images released

CCTV images are released of people police want to speak to after violence erupts during a march through Cardiff city centre.

Masked gang jailed for family attack

A masked gang beat and stabbed an innocent family after targeting the wrong home in a scene from a horror film, a court hears. News | Awards & Certificates | Promote Us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Uninstall Info

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