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UK's first heart pump targets 2018 clinical trial

Clinical trials are due to begin in late 2018 with the aim of a full rollout two years later.

Armed Forces Day celebrations take place across Wales

Events are held across Wales, including a Spitfire flypast in Caerphilly.

Visa refusal leaves mother and toddler 4,000 miles apart

Umair, two, lives in Newport with his father while his mum waits for a visa in Pakistan.

Olly Murs concert: Wrexham road closures in place

Road closures and parking arrangements will be in place as thousands head to Wrexham's Racecourse Ground.

Lions well beaten in first All Blacks Test

New Zealand snuff out the British and Irish Lions' hopes of a shock win with a ruthless display in the first Test in Auckland.

Snowdonia rainwater used for hydro energy scheme

It would provide energy for Bethesda and Llanberis whose communities funded the £700,000 project through shares.

Pen y Fan babygrow display for stillbirth and neonatal deaths

A washing line of babygrows is carried up Pen Y Fan to raise awareness of stillbirth and neonatal deaths.

All-women ordination service for nine in St Asaph

Among the "impressive and talented group", five are ordained as deacons and four as priests.

Finsbury Park attack: Cardiff man Darren Osborne charged

Darren Osborne, 47, is charged with terrorism-related murder and attempted murder.

Ex-Vale of Glamorgan councillor and wife die in their garden

Police investigate the "sudden deaths" of a former mayor and mayoress of the Vale of Glamorgan.

Finsbury Park attack: Ramadan event celebrates Cardiff

About 100 people gather for the breaking of the fast to show "we will not be set against each other".

Haverfordwest mum's 'roadblocks' to SIRT cancer treatment

Anca Falconer, 36, was diagnosed with cancer just days after giving birth in 2010.

UK's first heart pump: 2018 clinical trial date set

The UK's first artificial heart pump has moved a step closer to being used on patients, scientists say.

British and Irish Lions: 'We didn't expect Liam to start'

Liam Williams' parents and partner did not expect him to be picked to start for the Lions against New Zealand on Saturday.

Sir Terry Matthews urges business to back convention centre

Sir Terry Matthews urges south Wales businesses to embrace the potential spin-offs from Newport's new convention centre.

Cat dropped by seagull in Rhyl needs new home

A cat dropped by seagull in Rhyl has recovered well and now needs a new home.

Brexit: A year is a very long time in politics

Have people's attitudes changed since Wales voted for Brexit a year ago?

Mum's battle to access £30,000 SIRT cancer treatment

Anca Falconer, 36, was diagnosed with cancer just days after giving birth in 2010.

10,000 medieval pottery finds at Newport Memorial Hall

Some have the thumb prints of men who worked more than 500 years ago at the Pembrokeshire site.

Newport puppy recovering at swallowing 10-inch arrow

Lola, an eight-week-old sheepdog cross, is recovering after undergoing emergency surgery.

Cyhoeddi Eisteddfod Genedlaethol 2018 yn swyddogol

Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Caerdydd 2018 wedi cael ei chyhoeddi'n swyddogol gyda seremoni a gorymdaith drwy ganol y brifddinas.

Dau gynllun hydro newydd yn agor ym Methesda a Llanberis

Agoriad dau gynllun hydro cymunedol yng ngogledd Cymru ble fydd pobl yn derbyn eu cyflenwad trydan drwy ddefnyddio dŵr glaw sy'n disgyn yn Eryri.

I ble'r aeth y lliw?

Sut beth yw hi i fyw â chyflwr sydd yn raddol newid lliw y croen?

British and Irish Lions 2017: Gatland highlights Williams' 'mixed' performance

Lions coach Warren Gatland says Liam Williams would assess his performance in their first Test defeat by New Zealand as "mixed".

Geraint Thomas: Cyclist faced 'mental as well as physical' battle after shoulder injury

Geraint Thomas says it has been mentally tough to recover from a partially dislocated shoulder suffered at the Giro d'Italia.

New Zealand 30-15 Lions: Tourists need to be more physical - Warren Gatland

The British and Irish Lions need to be "more physical" after the opening Test defeat by New Zealand, says head coach Warren Gatland.

World Taekwondo Championships 2017: Jade Jones aims for world domination

Double Olympic champion Jade Jones aims for to win the elusive world taekwondo gold medal in Korea.

Teacher racism

Fewer than 30 non-white people started training to be a teacher in Wales last year, figures show.

'Exciting discovery'

Researchers uncover a series of late Neolithic and early Bronze Age cairns at the site.

One year on

Have people's attitudes changed since Wales voted to Leave? Where does Britain go now?

DJ opens Glastonbury

His collaborative "Hacienda Classical" performance puts a new spin on Manchester club scene music from the 1980s.

Cost of rivalry

Analysis of Tesco redundancies and the call centre industry in Wales.

Your Pictures: 14 - 20 June

Weekly round-up of contributors' photos around Wales



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