Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board is "on the brink of an absolute crisis" after a damning report claims patients at a mental health unit were treated like animals.
Drugs charities in Wales criticise a plan to place a blanket ban on "legal highs" claiming it will drive the drugs underground.
The chairman of a local Conservative association who had a row with MP Guto Bebb during the election campaign resigns.
Staff at an Anglesey poultry plant will find out if their jobs are to be saved after trialling new roles.
More financial powers and the creation of a development bank could bring "considerable benefits" for Wales, says a leading economics commentator.
Children in Wales with a rare swelling illness will be treated closer to home with appointment of the UK's first paediatric specialist in the condition.
Unions representing Tata Steel workers in Wales are expected to announce the results of a ballot for strike action in a row over pensions.
A burglar who used a car to smash his way into a golf club before leading police on a "dangerous" car chase is jailed.
Claims that patients and the NHS will suffer from 'absurd' plans to cut 63 medical academics are denied by the dean of Wales' biggest medical school.
A man appears in court after a quad bike crash left a seven-year-old boy needing an amputation.
Swansea striker James Demetriou is charged with "alleged multiple breaches of Football Association Rule E8 in relation to betting".
An investigation into Swansea University's School of Management is under way after concerns emerge about the way it is being run, the BBC understands.
A rare bat colony discovered in the attic rooms of Wales' oldest dated timbered town house is caught on camera for the first time.
A "historical" vase could be exported unless a UK buyer can be found to match the £163,000 offered by a foreign buyer.
A national centre aimed at improving health and wellbeing is to be established with the help of £2.25m funding.
A 70-year-old woman dies after falling 30ft while walking on a peak in Snowdonia.
A man appears in court charged with bigamy relating to a wedding in Conwy county.
A north Wales chain bridge, thought to be one of the oldest in the world, reopens after 30 years.
A plan to have superfast broadband rolled out across Wales by the end of 2016 is making 'reasonable progress', a report says.
A large blaze at a farm in Flintshire is put out after being tackled by up to 35 firefighters.
A row breaks out over the loss of a police helicopter base with claims there was not "one shred of opposition" to losing the service.
Leading academic Prof Laura McAllister says positions of power are "closed shop" to women in Wales and there was "limited respect" for the country.
A research team led by an Aberystwyth University scientist is awarded £3.7m to tackle flatworm infections.
Police launch an investigation after a motorcyclist dies in a crash in Pembrokeshire.
Plans to extract rock to build a £1bn tidal lagoon in Swansea Bay are causing controversy due to the potential impact on a marine conservation area in Cornwall.
The former coroner for Carmarthenshire, who was jailed for stealing £1m from a dead man's estate for his struggling law firm, is struck off as a solicitor.
A police helicopter is used in the search for a missing pensioner who disappeared while on a holiday on the Isle of Wight.
Plans to open a Welsh language and cultural centre in Cardiff city centre are approved by councillors.
A police commissioner's claim speed cameras have not been placed where they are most needed is "perverse", according to GoSafe.
Local councils say they could collect new Welsh taxes, but warn they might struggle to meet the devolution deadline.