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Hannah Turtle jailed for life for murdering her baby son

Hannah Turtle admitted suffocating seven-week-old James because voices told her she was a bad mother.

Quick-thinking mum helps 'save' husband and son off Anglesey

A coastguard helicopter picked them up after their kayak overturned off the Anglesey shore.

Doctor Who deal leaves council with £1.1m headache

The closure of the Doctor Who Experience leaves Cardiff taxpayers with a property deal shortfall.

Tidal lagoon 'has offered government new deal on price'

Parliamentary marine energy group chair urges UK government to 'seize the moment' over Swansea proposal.

Network Rail blames 'rodent damage' for signal problems

Network Rail blames "rodent damage" near Didcot for delays between South Wales and London.

Wales to face Mexico in California

Wales will take on World Cup bound Mexico in a friendly match at the Rose Bowl, California, on 28 May.

Painkiller drug prescriptions in Wales jump up by 300%

Strong painkiller prescriptions are partly being driven by inconsistent services, a clinician warns.

National Museum Wales head accused of 'rant against Britishness'

Museum chief is criticised for claims Britain is "not great" and Brexit is "delusional madness".

Chepstow man killed himself and wife 'out of love'

Linsey Sergeant took his wife Jane from her care home before killing her and then himself, inquest hears.

University lecturers held strike over pension deadlock

Some Welsh universities could see a total of 14 days of industrial action over cuts to retirement income.

Consultants criticise 'catastrophic' rise in 12-hour A&E waits

Hospital consultants warn over patient safety as the longest waits to be seen in emergency units rise.

One dead in 'wrong way' A55 road crash at Llandygai

One man is dead and another has suffered life-changing injuries after the crash on Wednesday evening.

Pontypridd man with osteoporosis 'addicted to painkillers'

A man says he became addicted to painkillers after suffering from osteoporosis.

Alcohol price rises 'didn't affect me at all'

Esther Nagle, a former alcoholic, says she used to cut back in other areas to pay for her drinking.

Six Nations 2018: Shaun Edwards says he's 'potentially' open to job offers

Wales assistant coach Shaun Edwards backs his record against the best, and says he would listen to offers of a job as a head coach.

Royal Gwent Hospital patients home 'safe and sound' and on time

New jobs at a Newport hospital aim to reduce winter pressures by getting elderly patients home sooner.

Brexit offer didn't go far enough, Welsh minister Drakeford says

Wales' Finance Secretary Mark Drakeford says the UK government's bid to settle the row over a so-called Brexit "power grab" did not go far enough.

World War Two flier recalls being shot down

To mark the RAF's centenary, 95-year-old John Martin recalls flying with Bomber Command.

Historic Ruthin building could become community hub

The old courthouse in St Peter's Square has been empty since the NatWest bank shut last year.

Childcare fees stopped for some relatives in pilot scheme

Families were able to use related registered childminders if they did not live in the family home.

Carchar am oes i fam o Sir Y Fflint am lofruddio'i babi

Bydd yn rhaid i Hannah Turtle dreulio o leiaf 14 mlynedd a naw mis yn y carchar am lofruddio ei babi deufis oed, James Hughes.

Morlyn llanw Abertawe: Cytundeb pris gosod newydd?

Awgrym bod cwmni Tidal Lagoon Power wedi cynnig cytundeb newydd i Lywodraeth y DU ar bris trydan o lagŵn arfaethedig Bae Abertawe.

Y dyn cyntaf i ddysgu Cymraeg ar yr awyr

Dan Damon a deugain mlynedd o angerdd at y Gymraeg

Ydy dramâu teledu yn dangos gormod o drais yn erbyn merched?

Caryl Lewis yn amddiffyn elfennau 'sadistaidd' Craith

Alfie Mawson: Swansea centre-back 'one of the best' in the league - Carvalhal

Swansea City's Alfie Mawson is "one of the best" centre-backs in the Premier League, according to Carlos Carvalhal.

Six Nations 2018: Henderson and Furlong miss Wales match

Ireland's Iain Henderson and Tadhg Furlong are ruled out of Saturday's Six Nations match against Wales through injury.

World Superbikes: Could it be lucky seven for Chaz Davies?

Powys-born Chaz Davies is confident he has what it takes to win the 2018 World Superbike Championship.

Six Nations 2018: Defence and discipline key for Wales in Dublin - Edwards

Defence coach Shaun Edwards believes Wales will have to be at their best in defence to beat Ireland in Saturday's Six Nations match.

Your Pictures: 14-20 February

A weekly selection of your pictures from around Wales

10 of Gatland's best

A list of Warren Gatland's 10 greatest games during his 10 years in charge of Wales.

Bafta 'genuine shock'

Sat at the back at the Baftas, the debut director though she had no chance of winning an award.

'I took my wife's name'

Two men describe the difficulties they experienced when they took their wife's last name.

Mum's Twin-To-Twin Transfusion Syndrome action call

Mum recounts losing one twin in the womb while other survived



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