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No-deal Brexit not plan A or plan B, says Stephen Crabb

There is growing speculation that the UK could leave the EU without a deal in March 2019.

Cardiff's 'heritage homicide' must end to attract visitors

Is Cardiff saturated with chain restaurants at the expense of old buildings and independent traders?

The Newport six-year-old who 'needs a life saver'

Marley Nicholls loves diggers and the garden but "desperately" needs a bone marrow transplant.

Rain saves bog snorkelling event at Llanwrtyd Wells

The World Bog Snorkelling Championships take place every year in Powys.

Dementia patient to finally see Mamma Mia at special screening

Shirley Lewis will see the film after being made to feel unwelcome at a previous screening.

Woman killed and three injured in Anglesey crash

She died at the scene while a man was seriously injured and another woman and child had minor injuries.

Island's vital and pivotal energy role, says MP Albert Owen

Upcoming projects on Anglesey include Wyfla Newydd nuclear plant and Morlais Marine Energy off the coast.

Parents' rage as Carmarthen Vue cinema charges 'double'

Cinema chain Vue is accused of charging almost twice as much for tickets in one theatre.

Car falls in sinkhole at Brecon Beacons castle

The car sank bonnet-first into the hole and had to be towed out.

Wales completes £800m order for 148 new trains

The new fleet will have air con and each seat will have a power socket when they are introduced in 2022.

How Windrush generation in Wales overcame discrimination

Members of the Windrush generation in Wales have been sharing their stories with younger people.

Farmer forced to fill in pond 'feels like a criminal'

Fred Meakin, 76, was forced to fill in his pond after fears it could pose a risk to rare species.

Car winched out of sinkhole at Craig y Nos Castle car park

A car that sank bonnet-first into a sinkhole in a castle car park is winched to safety.

What's the truth about spiders in our homes?

Animal expert Dr Tim Cockerill talks us through the truth about spiders.

Parents' rage as Carmarthen Vue cinema 'charges double'

The cinema chain was charging almost double in Carmarthen what it charged in Cardiff.

Automation 'risks and opportunities' for Welsh economy

Wales should be a provider of emerging technologies, not just a consumer of them, says the assembly's economy committee chairman Russell George.

Armed police tackle man waving a gun in a Swansea park

Watch the moment police dealt with a man who brandished a gun - which later turned out to be a toy - in Swansea.

Chinese community think autism is a 'contagious disease'

A campaigners says members of the Chinese community view autism as a "contagious disease".

Man bids to be oldest to cycle across UK

Laurence Brophy, 86, says his trip is "nothing adventurous really".

Going underground: Inside the disused Rhondda Tunnel

Closed for over 50 years, the former tunnel carrying coal from the valleys to Swansea could become a cycling and walking destination.

Stephen Crabb: 'Rhaid osgoi Brexit heb gytundeb'

Dydy Brexit heb gytundeb ddim yn rhan o gynllun A na chynllun B Llywodraeth Prydain, medd aelod o bwyllgor dethol Brexit San Steffan.

'Angen atal cyflafan ar dreftadaeth Caerdydd'

Arbenigwr marchnata'n galw ar Gaerdydd i wneud gwell defnydd o'i hadeiladau hanesyddol er mwyn denu ymwelwyr i'r ddinas.

Enillydd The Voice Kids: Canu i oresgyn swildod

Stori Daniel Davies o ardal Pontypridd sydd newydd ennill The Voice Kids, ond wnaeth ddechrau canu i oresgyn swildod

Cwis: Ydych chi'n deall y geiriau Cymraeg cyfoes yma?

Geiriau Cymraeg fyddwch chi, efallai, heb eu clywed

Dynes wedi marw mewn gwrthdrawiad ar Ynys Môn

Dynes wedi marw a thri o bobl wedi eu hanafu wedi i ddau gar daro'n erbyn ei gilydd ger Brynsiencyn ar Ynys Môn.

Joe Ralls: Cardiff City 'have to be more clinical' in Premier League

Cardiff City midfielder Joe Ralls says his side are going to have to be more clinical if they are to score in the Premier League.

Nathan Dyer: Reading interested in Swansea wing loan deal

Reading are interested in signing Swansea City winger Nathan Dyer on loan.

Neil Warnock: Newcastle penalty miss was 'poetic justice'

Cardiff City boss Neil Warnock says Kenedy's late penalty miss for Newcastle United is "poetic justice."

Swansea City expected to 'bounce straight back' - Garry Monk

Swansea City legend Garry Monk says his former side's ambition will be to "bounce straight back" following their relegation from the Premier League.

Fan y small

It has been taken off a list of mountains over 2,000 feet in England, Wales and Ireland.

Powerlifting saviour

Sue Franklin and Sam Taylor say powerlifting helped them fight depression.

Dreams coming true

Three people talk about how it felt to open that all-important envelope and what lies ahead.

Like a fine wine...

Top cyclists, golfers and tennis players seem to be getting older - but are they?

What I did after A-levels

Four young people talk about what they have done in the year since collecting their A-level results.

Your Pictures in Wales: 8-14 August 2018

A selection of your pictures from across Wales



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