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BBC - Wales 

Fire safety clarity call by father

The father of a Cardiff woman who died after a fire at a London apartment block backs a campaign for clearer rules on responsibility for fire safety.

SAS selection deaths inquest delay

The inquest for three soldiers who died from overheating while training in the Brecon Beacons will not be heard until 2015.

Welsh politicians debate Scots vote

Extra powers for Wales, how it is funded and whether it would be weaker if Scotland left the union are the subject of a debate on the impact of the independence referendum.

Modern day monks to help community

A new breed of modern-day monks is reviving a 1,000 year old tradition by setting up a "monastery" in a Monmouthshire town.

Mold murder woman was strangled

A Flintshire woman found dead at a house in Mold had been strangled and had head injuries, the opening of an inquest reveals.

Jailed man's family bid for help

The family of a man being detained in a notorious Indonesian jail appeals for help to free him.

DNA traced stolen dogs to neighbour

Detectives investigating the theft of 34 puppies from a breeder in Carmarthenshire used DNA to trace them to a woman living next door.

Parking row neighbour hit with pole

A driver is told he faces jail after breaking his neighbour's arm with a scaffolding pole in a dispute over parking.

Teacher denies sex acts with girls

A primary school teacher is to face trial after denying engaging in sexual activity with three teenage girls.

Riverside flats plan 'unaffordable'

A housing development that would see 2,070 homes built along the riverbank in Cardiff is currently "unaffordable", financers say.

Glacier recession 'unprecedented'

Glaciers around the Antarctic Peninsula are melting faster than ever despite more snowfall, say experts.

Phones 4U jobs under threat in Wales

Mobile phone retailer Phones 4U goes into administration, putting 140 jobs at risk in its 21 stores across Wales.

Webster finishes Ironman on crutches

Ex-Wales flanker Richard Webster uses crutches for the marathon leg of the Ironman Wales triathlon in Pembrokeshire.

Residents urged to help council cuts

People living in Gwynedd are being asked to help decide which local services should be prioritised during £50m of council cut-backs.

Four escape from caravan fire

Four people escape from a fire in a static caravan fire at a caravan park in Towyn.

New evidence against dead paedophile

Detectives investigating historical abuse at north Wales children's homes say a paedophile head teacher who died in prison would have faced fresh charges.

Delays warning over A55 road works

People travelling to and from Wrexham could face delays as six months of major road works get under way.

Shutdown bowls centre to reopen

A Denbighshire bowls centre shutdown after the trust running it ran out of money is reopening.

Nuclear power consultations to start

Plans for a new nuclear power station on Anglesey are due to go out for community consultation.

Ceredigion bus service to be axed

A popular bus service in Ceredigion is to be scrapped at the end of the month.

Deadline for library change response

Residents in Powys have a week left to give their views on "fundamental changes" to library services in the county.

Zero-hours council contract concerns

Too many councils are employing staff on contracts with no guarantee of minimum hours, a union claims.

'Postcode lottery' over cancer help

A nurse with a rare form of cancer says she is unable to get the treatment she needs at an English hospital because the Welsh NHS will not cover the costs.

Woman airlifted from cruise ship

An 83-year-old woman with breathing problems is airlifted to hospital from a cruise ship off Pembrokeshire coast.

Attack 'blinds' man in one eye

A photographer says he is told he is unlikely to recover the sight in one eye after he had petrol thrown in his face in an alleged hate crime attack.

Appeal over fatal collision near pub

Police appeal for witnesses after a man who was standing in the road outside a Pontypridd pub was hit by a car and later died.

Hundreds at rally for Yes vote

About 400 people take part in a rally in Cardiff to urge Scotland to vote Yes in next week's referendum.

Design contest opens for new £1 coin

The public is being invited to take part in a design competition to create an image which will be emblazoned onto a new £1 coin, the Treasury says.

Welsh politicians debate Scots vote

Extra powers for Wales, how it is funded and whether it would be weaker if Scotland left the union are the subject of a debate on the impact of the independence referendum.

Devolution powers are 'lop-sided'

A former Welsh secretary says the current devolution settlement is unfair and should change.

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