A woman who stabbed a businessman in the neck in his car is jailed for eight-and-a-half years for his manslaughter.
A health board apologises after staff at a Gwynedd hospital refused to admit an 11-year-old boy who had burned his stomach with a spilt cup of tea.
Wales are in a good position at the halfway stage of the rhythmic gymnastics team final while Jazz Carlin is sixth in the 200m freestyle.
A teenager who jumped on the bonnet of a £245,000 supercar has been told to pay the owner £300 compensation towards the £11,000 repairs.
A car parts firm goes into administration with the loss of 1,244 jobs, including 78 in Wales.
More people die in seaside accidents than in cycling incidents every year, says the RNLI a day after rescuers responded to 13 call-outs in north Wales.
Welsh ministers are criticised for deciding not to publish a document on the conclusions of a consultation on the planned M4 relief road.
Cash-strapped Welsh councils have spent nearly twice as much on making staff redundant as they did last year, BBC Wales learns.
Hundreds of people are locked in a park as police search the area for a man who tried to grab an 11-year-old girl as she was playing near a climbing frame.
A clear-up is under way after a rock fall closed the road around Llandudno's Great Orme headland.
A small area of Aberavon beach is cordoned off by police after a man's body was discovered there.
A mining memorial desecrated by metal thieves who stole its bronze plaques is repaired.
The Royal Porthcawl golf club is hosting one of the most prestigious events in the golf calendar just months after storms damaged its fairways.
Ex-News of the World and Sunday Mirror reporter Dan Evans is sentenced to a 10-month suspended jail sentence after admitting charges including phone hacking.
The aerospace industry in north Wales is the jewel in the crown of the Welsh economy, says Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb.
A schoolboy and his pet are among the top teams in Europe in canicross where a cross-country runner and a dog are tied together in a race.
Among unusual acts in the main ring at the Royal Welsh Show is a former Welsh champion sheepdog handler who uses his dogs to corral dogs.
Firefighters spend over four hours tackling a hay barn blaze on Anglesey in the early hours.
A coroner records an open verdict in the death of Gareth Evans, a Gwynedd solicitor accused of forgery.
Three primary schools could merge as part of plans to cut the number of surplus pupil on Anglesey.
Plans to build a wood-burning incinerator close to the Dee Estuary are approved, despite strong objections from some local people.
A motorist is jailed for ten months after causing the death of a father-of-three in a crash in Flintshire.
Plans for a giant solar park with 180,000 electricity-generating panels are approved by Flintshire councillors.
A football club admits breaching health and safety laws after a 12-year-old boy died after being crushed by a goalpost.
Public libraries play a crucial role in community life a review finds as dozens of centres face closure under council cutbacks.
Police are investigating after the tail was ripped off a life-sized bronze statue of a bull in Builth Wells.
Ecuadorian international winger Jefferson Montero joins Swansea City on a four-year contract.
A new police investigation is launched into unlawful pension salary supplements paid to the chief executive of Pembrokeshire council.
Another nurse is suspended as part of an inquiry into the alleged falsification of patient records at south Wales hospitals, taking the total to 15.
Judges throw out an appeal by paedophile rock star Ian Watkins to reduce the length of his jail term for child sex offences.