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Nato 'massive opportunity' for Wales

The Nato summit in Newport is a "massive opportunity" for Wales', says the director of the Celtic Manor resort as armed police take to the streets of Cardiff.

Search continues for missing Isaac

Police and coastguard staff are spending a fourth day searching for missing Isaac Nash who was swept into the sea of Anglesey.

Work starts on 'super prison' site

Work starts to prepare the site of Britain's biggest prison, which is to be built in Wrexham.

£6.7m historic garden restoration bid

Experts aim to unearth the original landscape on the historic site of the National Botanic Garden of Wales in Carmarthenshire in a £6.7m project.

Young people debate UK's future

As Scotland's independence referendum draws nearer, young people from across the UK are meeting in Cardiff Bay to consider the future of the union.

Blue plaques for poet and polar hero

Polar explorer Edgar Evans and poet Vernon Watkins - a close friend of Dylan Thomas - are each to have a blue plaque in their honour in Swansea.

New estuary rail bridge to open

A new Pont Briwet bridge that will carry the Cambrian Coast railway line over the Dwyryd estuary will open on Monday.

Businesses 'need more hardship help'

Not all struggling firms have the help they need from councils, says the Federation of Small Businesses Wales.

Obama to visit school on Nato trip

Barack Obama will visit a school on the first of his two-day trip to Wales for the Nato summit, the White House says.

More 20mph school speed zones set up

20mph limits are introduced outside more schools in Flintshire in readiness for the new term.

Diver, 41, dies after quarry rescue

One diver dies and two others are treated in hospital after an incident at a disused quarry in Gwynedd.

Day three of sea search for boy, 12

The search for a missing 12-year-old boy who was swept into the sea while playing continues for a third day.

Help for salmon to leap 1791 weir

Salmon will be able to migrate up more than 10 miles of a Swansea river for the first time in two centuries - thanks to a new fishpass.

Woman to pay £800 for dumped rubbish

A woman is ordered to pay more than £800 for dumping a bag of rubbish at a recycling bank in Llanelli.

£2m for homeless and ill veterans

More than £2m is being used to help veterans access housing and support services in north and mid Wales after leaving the forces.

Work starts on new hospital wards

Work starts on the next phase of a multi-million pound hospital upgrade as contractors improve a neighbouring minor injuries unit in north Wales.

Bid to identify body after 34 years

DNA samples are to be taken from the family of a woman who went missing 36 years ago to see if they match remains found in the sea in 1980.

Two people are hurt in house fire

Two people are taken to hospital following a house fire in Wrexham.

Sacking over child protection claims

A senior councillor is sacked from Wrexham council's executive board after making allegations about a child protection team.

50 uni workers accept redundancy

Fifty staff at Wrexham's Glyndwr University accept voluntary redundancy as part of a shake-up by bosses.

Pest services scrapped to save cash

Council-run pest control services in Powys are scrapped as part of cost-cutting measures to save £20m.

Meeting to hear hospital concerns

Bronglais Hospital in Aberystwyth is being "downgraded by stealth," claims a councillor, ahead of a meeting to hear local concerns about NHS services.

Leisure centre to close in December

A leisure centre in Ceredigion is to close at the end of December, as a school will take it over for use as a gym.

Charity boss cleared of two charges

A former race equality charity boss is cleared of two counts of fraud but a third charge relating to a cheque for over £9,000 is still outstanding.

Ambulance station deep cleaning call

The condition of a Swansea ambulance station has been criticised by a patient watchdog after an inspection.

Parking charges to save council cash

Charges come into force across Carmarthenshire's council-owned car parks in the wake of a £12m budget squeeze.

Man hit by car near Stonehenge dies

A south Wales man who was critically injured after being hit by a car near Stonehenge dies, say Wiltshire Police.

Hundreds join Nato protest march

About 600 people take part in a protest march in Newport ahead of the Nato summit being held in the city.

Man dies after 'street assault'

A man dies in hospital four days after being allegedly assaulted outside a pub in Caerphilly town centre.

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