About £600m will be spent on a new metro system for south east Wales within the next five years, BBC Wales understands.
Families speak out for the first time about the "deplorable" care their loved ones received at a Denbighshire mental health ward.
Schools in Wales face fewer tests and will get more freedom over what to teach as the education minister announces a radical shake-up of lessons.
More voters recognise Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood since the general election boosted her profile, a political expert says.
The care given to an elderly woman who had a cardiac arrest and died after a delay in treatment for sepsis was inadequate, an ombudsman finds.
A Welsh tourist in the Tunisian resort of Sousse has a lucky escape when one of the gunman's bullets grazed her head.
Family tributes are paid to a mother killed in the Tunisia massacre while a survivor says hotel staff were "prepared to take the bullets" for guests.
A fourth man is convicted of historical sexual abuse against children in Wrexham during the 1980s.
Temperatures are set to hit 27C - 80F - in parts of Wales over the next couple of days, say forecasters.
A mother is jailed for mowing down her boyfriend with her car three times in a row over a mobile phone.
Fresh allegations of threatening and sexist behaviour are made against a father and son at Swansea University's School of Management.
Cardiff-born Lord Janner is to be prosecuted over claims of historical sex abuse after an independent review overturns a decision by the CPS.
A mid Wales zoo goes on the market, complete with a bungalow for the owners - and more than 300 animals.
The rugby world cup trophy is stopping at the birthplace of the competitive game in Wales as it tours the country ahead of the 2015 tournament.
A cancer patient who moved to England to get treatment after funding for his condition was rejected by a Welsh health board is told he could be free of the disease by the autumn.
Police name a six-year-old girl who died following a collision involving a tractor in north west Wales.
A free return-to-work service, to help thousands of workers facing long-term sickness absence, goes live in Wales.
The jury is to resume deliberations in the case of two men accused of historical sexual abuse against children in Wrexham during the 1980s.
Wrexham Cemetery wins a £1.1m lottery grant to fund a refurbishment.
Roadworks are lifted on the A55-A483 on the Chester-Wrexham border after overrunning by three months, causing long hold-ups.
A new centre for veterinary science opens in Aberystwyth to help eradicate diseases in farm animals.
Releasing Chinese and air lanterns on council land and beaches in Ceredigion is banned by councillors.
The findings of an inquest into the deaths of three army reservists taking part in an SAS selection exercise will not be known for another three weeks.
A father died in water off the south Wales coast trying to save his children who he thought were in danger, police believe.
Police are investigating a report of a serious sexual assault on a 40-year-old woman in Pembrokeshire.
Descendants of the well-known Welsh Picton family come from around the world to gather in Pembrokeshire.
Two girls who went missing on Sunday are found safe and well, Gwent Police says.
Police say there will be no further action after nine pupils were taken to hospital after reportedly taking an unknown substance.
Land where Butlins used to be on Barry Island is up for sale.
A free and open discussion about the powers Westminster should keep is needed as Welsh devolution continues, the first minister says.