Two nurses whose care led to "avoidable harm to vulnerable patients" at an Abertillery care home are struck off by the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
A motorbike racer loses her fight for life after a crash on a hairpin bend at a track in west Wales.
Five small primary schools in Neath Port Talbot could be closed under plans discussed by senior councillors.
Nursery provision, school music lessons, street cleaning and parks services face being cut by Rhondda Cynon Taf council.
A Gwynedd bakery creates 30 new jobs and invests £250,000 in a new production line to meet demand for its cup and loaf cakes.
A campaign to see the return of NHS hospital beds to a Flintshire town will see a community referendum being held on Thursday.
Legislation designed to tackle domestic abuse will be amended to specifically address the needs of female victims, following a U-turn by ministers.
The body representing Welsh councils warns of a risk of a "comprehensive failure" of essential local authority services across Wales.
Bangor University denies any talks with higher education's funding body about a merger with troubled Glyndwr University.
A search gets under way after a man with a head injury goes missing from hospital in Carmarthen.
Sale of 78 Murco petrol stations across Wales is confirmed.
Man has life-threatening injuries after dumper truck incident in Cardiff.
A support service for veterans with post traumatic stress disorder is being rolled out across Wales.
An eight-year row over the spelling of a Powys village has led to the council reinstating the "t" in its name.
It is the art event that launched the careers of Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin, and this year a Welshman is the favourite to win the Turner Prize.
Wylfa nuclear power station on Anglesey is given a licence to continue operating until December next year.
Councillors on Anglesey vote to reject a voluntary merger with neighbouring Gwynedd.
A woman is rescued from a Gwynedd harbour after being spotted by a fisherman in the early hours.
The death of a three-week-old baby boy which is being investigated by police is being treated as unexplained.
The family of a disabled man who died after a routine operation at Wrexham Maelor Hospital tell an inquest his death should never have happened.
Improvement work start on Rhyl's grade II-listed Foryd Harbour Bridge.
The former deputy leader of Powys council who quit after using the n-word during a meeting will not face any further action.
Hopes grave of poet Henry Vaughan will become place of pilgrimage after £10,000 restoration.
The way people access adult social care services in Powys could change to try and save £2.6m.
Teenager is charged with burglary after 93-year-old is found collapsed in her home.
The chief executive of Carmarthenshire council, who was cleared by police investigating possible unlawful payments to him, is applying for voluntary redundancy.
Waste sent to landfill in Swansea is reduced by 3,600 tonnes thanks to restrictions on black bags, the city council says.
The discount supermarket chain Aldi is to build a warehouse on the outskirts of Cardiff, which it claims will create 400 jobs.
Cardiff Blues boss Mark Hammett says playing their next three games will boost Sam Warburton and his region.
A vulnerable man allegedly forced to work on a Newport farm for 13 years tells a court he was scared of being hurt by the farm's owners.