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BBC - Wales 

Staffing call after 'choking' death

The death of a six-year-old girl from suspected choking while on holiday in Gwynedd prompts a call for increased ambulance staffing in rural areas.

Police seize dog as OAP, 91, bitten

A 91-year-old great-grandmother needed surgery after being bitten by a dog while walking home in Cardiff.

I'm not racist nor sexist - Mackay

Ex-Cardiff boss Malky Mackay says he is no "racist, sexist, homophobe or anti-Semite" after sending offensive text messages.

Gas water leak repairs to take days

It will take several days to fix gas supplies to hundreds of properties in Blaenau Gwent after a burst main leaked into gas pipes, Wales and West Utilities says.

Two more charged in care home abuse

Two men are charged with child cruelty offences in an investigation into allegations of historical abuse in children's homes.

All clear after suspected Ebola case

A woman who was quarantined with a suspected case of Ebola has been given the all clear, it is confirmed.

400 jobs hope with hospital plan

A proposal to build a £30m hospital to help autistic people with mental health issues could create up to 400 jobs developers say.

Council leader facing challenge

The leader of Swansea council has been told to expect a challenge to his leadership after sacking two cabinet members in a reshuffle.

Cardiff Airport chief to stand down

Cardiff Airport chief executive Jon Horne will stand down from the role on 1 September, it has been announced.

Radicalisation 'failure' by leaders

Successive UK governments and imams in Britain are to blame for the radicalisation of Muslims says former Foreign Office minister Kim Howells.

Victim's family backs knife amnesty

The family of a man who was stabbed to death in a Wrexham pub are backing a knife surrender campaign.

Families scheme 'may work in Wales'

A scheme which is tackling anti-social behaviour in England and has turned around the lives of 53,000 families could work in Wales, the MP for one of its most deprived areas said.

Baby killer sentence goes to appeal

A man jailed for killing baby Alfie Sullock will have his nine-year sentence reviewed by the Court of Appeal over concerns it is too lenient.

Charity funds 'bought Ikea kitchen'

A former race equality charity boss on trial for fraud denies using the organisation's funds to buy a £5,000 kitchen.

Smoker to pay £860 over dropped butt

A smoker is ordered to pay £860 for dropping a cigarette end outside a British Heart Foundation shop in Carmarthenshire.

Scientist helps find life under ice

An Aberystwyth scientist is part of a research team which finds signs of life 800m beneath the Antarctic ice sheet.

Concern over biker casualties rise

Two chief constables voice their concern about a significant increase in the number of motorcyclists killed and seriously injured on Welsh roads.

Lottery cash targets health projects

A cycling charity encouraging people to get on their bike to improve their health is one of 14 projects sharing £3.2m lottery cash.

Flood risk reduces for 6,500 homes

Spending on flood defences is reducing the risk to thousands of properties although 21,000 are still at high risk in Wales, says a new report.

Policeman jailed over drugs tip-off

An ex-police officer who tipped off his girlfriend over confidential information about her brother being reported for drug offences is jailed.

Pedestrians seriously hurt in crash

Police are appealing for witnesses and information after three pedestrians were injured, two seriously, in a two-vehicle collision in Denbighshire.

Driver, 81, banned over market crash

A pensioner who drove his car into a street market injuring 10 people just before Christmas is banned from driving.

Evans' path from sinner to New Saint

Steve Evans admits he has made mistakes during his career, now the former Wales defender is aiming for more success with The New Saints.

Funeral for Bomber Command airman

One of the last Welsh members of the World War Two Bomber Command crews who spent time in the POW camp Stalag Luft III is to be remembered at his funeral.

Asbestos present in student rooms

More than 3,000 students in Wales slept last year in university bedrooms containing asbestos, BBC Wales learns.

Swansea sign Spurs' Carroll on loan

Swansea City sign Tottenham midfielder Tom Carroll on a season-long loan.

Rescued dinghy sailor, 63, dies

A sailor dies after getting into difficulty in his dinghy off the Pembrokeshire coast.

EE apologise over town's signal loss

A mobile phone company apologises to customers in a Carmarthenshire home town, who have been left without a signal for nearly two weeks after storms damaged a mast.

App created to catch fly-tippers

An app is developed to crackdown on fly-tippers, which costs the Welsh taxpayer £2m a year.

Ospreys 'ready for life after Jones'

Ospreys are ready to move on after prop Adam Jones joined Cardiff Blues on a one-year deal, says coach Steve Tandy.

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