A man is taken to hospital in a critical condition after a vehicle rolled into a lake at the Celtic Manor Resort golf course in Newport.
North Wales' Llanbedr is one of six aerodromes remaining on the list to become the UK's first commercial spaceport.
Time is standing still in Swansea as council-run clocks point to 12 after the retirement of the official responsible for keeping them.
Former primary school head teacher Jill Evans denies acting in an aggressive or threatening way towards members of staff at hearing into her conduct.
A cancer patient describes his battle for a potential life-extending drug as "degrading" as he is forced to move to England to get treatment.
A new devolution package for Wales was prepared in a "rushed, incoherent and unsatisfactory" way, the first minister says.
Artists, musicians and actors are to head into schools to work directly with disadvantaged pupils as part of a £20m arts strategy.
Alcohol misuse is still costing the Welsh NHS more than £109m a year, the deputy health minister says, despite a fall in alcohol-related deaths.
A former rugby player continued to produce and supply anabolic steroids after being banned from the sport for trafficking, a BBC Wales investigation reveals.
There is a "pretty strong case" for increasing the number of AMs, the Welsh Conservative leader says.
Cardiff council leader Phil Bale rejects calls to resign, saying he is "absolutely committed" to doing the job of running the city.
A vote on whether smacking children should be banned in Wales takes place in the assembly later.
The Football Association is planning to enter men's and women's Great Britain teams at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
More lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people are needed to adopt and foster children across Wales, a care organisation says.
A south Wales town is twinning with the French community whose ancestors fought their own over 700 years ago.
Welsh military helmet from Victoria era chosen to go display in National Army Museum in London.
Two RAF training jets came close to colliding over the north Wales coast, a report on collision risk incidents finds.
The internet domain names .cymru and .wales will be made available to the public from St David's Day.
A footballer who attacked the manager of an opposing team is jailed for a year for fracturing his jaw.
A former cheese processing factory in Wrexham is to be turned into a poultry processing plant, creating 150 jobs.
A woman was hit in the face with a snooker ball as two teenage boys tried to steal her puppy in Wrexham, police say.
Lorries arrive at a village near Wrexham in preparation for work to remove lead-contaminated soil from gardens dating back 200 years, which could cost residents up to £10,000.
Homeowners who want to change their house names from Welsh to English will be asked to reconsider.
A derelict Aberystwyth hotel is set to be renovated creating 30 new full-time jobs once it opens its doors.
School children will be visited by police to warn about the dangers of so called 'sexting' as part of a cyber-crime campaign.
More than 200 people attend a meeting against plans to take away sixth form provision in Pembrokeshire.
Six people are arrested during an investigation into allegations of sexual and physical child abuse at a school and a children's home in Carmarthenshire.
Plans to generate electricity from the world's first series of tidal lagoons are unveiled in the UK, with sites proposed in Wales, Somerset and Cumbria.
A boy who was killed when he was hit by a car in the Riverside area of Cardiff is named as 12-year-old Hamid Ali Khan.
A woman who had sex with a 15-year-old schoolboy is warned she could face jail.