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BBC - Wales 

Man who ran over step sister jailed

A man from Caerphilly who ran over and killed his step sister while racing his fathers car is sentenced to seven years in prison.

22% of students 'think of sex work'

More than a fifth of students think about being involved in the sex industry, according to a major research project.

'Unprecedented' chance for Wales

The general election offers Wales an "unprecedented opportunity", Plaid Cymru's leader will say at the party's campaign launch.

Neglected horse numbers 'critical'

The number of unwanted and neglected horses, ponies and donkeys in Wales is at a "critical" point, according to the RSPCA.

Child poverty action plans launched

Ending child poverty in Wales by 2020 is still a "key priority", the minister responsible says, as new plans to tackle the problem are launched.

'Secret garden' to get £1m revamp

A neglected "secret garden" is to be restored after a group hoping to save it from demolition secured a £1.8m grant.

Stepson jailed for life for murder

The stepson of a Monmouthshire poet is jailed for life for her murder.

Misconduct case for Watkins police

The police watchdog says two detectives who worked on the child abuse investigation into Lostprophets singer Ian Watkins have a misconduct case to answer.

Ref meets man behind anti-gay tweet

The teenager who sent a homophobic tweet to referee Nigel Owens meets him to make an apology in person.

Court action over Aberthaw emissions

The UK government is being taken to court over claims pollution levels emitted by a power station in the Vale of Glamorgan are above legal limits.

Driver sentenced for death crash

The driver who killed motorcyclist Gregory Flowers in a crash is handed a 14-month suspended jail term.

Three charged over drug yacht plot

Three people are charged in connection with a plot to smuggle £150m worth of cocaine into the UK.

Future of pier is 'under threat'

The future of the first pier to open in Wales could be under threat, according to the managing company.

Bronze Age rings declared treasure

Two Bronze Age gold rings which were found by a metal detectorist on farm land in Wrexham are declared treasure.

Economy fears over 300 jobs cut plan

The possible loss of hundreds of jobs from an Anglesey factory will be a huge blow to the island's economy, an academic warns.

Family lose appeal bid to save farm

A Gwynedd farming family are to lose their home after getting into debts of over £3m.

New police station 'will save £50k'

A new police station is to be built in Llandudno on the same site as the current building which will be demolished.

Man held following armed standoff

A man is in police custody following an armed standoff in a north Wales village.

Jail for sleeping woman sex attacker

A man who sexually assaulted a young woman as she slept in bed with her fiancé is jailed for six years.

Patient found hanged at hospital

A woman took her own life while in hospital receiving treatment for mental health problems, an inquest hears.

Ban on uni team after initiations

The men's rugby team at Aberystwyth University is barred from all competitions until the end of the year after a new player was burnt and had his eyebrows shaved off.

Public inquiry for proposed bypass

A public inquiry in to the Newtown Bypass will be held by the Welsh Government at the end of June following objections.

Funeral for fourth A470 crash victim

Hundreds of people are attended the funeral of a teenager who died along with two friends in a crash, which also killed the passenger of another car.

Elvis fan died after Memphis crash

An Elvis fan from Pembrokeshire died after being hit by a car in Memphis, Tennessee, an inquest hears.

'Worst waiter' Williams marks 50 caps

Champions League winner Rio Ferdinand joins those with nothing but praise for ex-waiter Ashley Williams ahead of Saturday's Euro 2016 qualifier.

Most 'desirable' postcodes revealed

A Royal Mail survey reveals the "most desirable" places to live in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Man charged in hotel murder case

A man appears in court charged with the murder of a woman who was found dead in a Cardiff hotel room.

Police force improves after concerns

Gwent Police has made "good progress" nearly a year after a watchdog warned it could be putting crime fighting at risk as it tried to find savings.

Dancer jailed for blackmailing lover

A dancer is jailed after blackmailing her lover and demanding thousands of pounds to keep their affair secret.

M4 relief road challenge rejected

A judicial review of the decision to press ahead with the M4 relief road is rejected in full.


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