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Fire services count costs of Wales' summer wildfires

In two months, one fire service saw costs at least triple compared to each of the last four years.

Two weather warnings in Wales as snow, wind and rain expected

Wind, rain, snow and ice are expected to have an effect on traffic and travel over the next 24 hours.

Anglesey school plea not to buy staff Christmas gifts

Buying teachers at Rhosybol community school a festive treat will not get you on Santa's nice list.

Carly Ann Harris 'drowned child and tried to burn body'

Carly Ann Harris is accused of killing her four-year-old daughter at a house last summer.

'Callous' drink-driver ran over two men in Bridgend

Abdullah Rasul ran over the men after drinking in a nightclub and was later found by police in a bar.

Severn bridges: Work begins to remove M4 toll booths

Tolls coming into Wales will end on Monday, having been in place since 1966.

Officials decry Prestatyn 'mega mosque' story

The story used a photo from a development in Abu Dhabi, claiming it was going to be built in Wales.

Woman hit by car in Treorchy dies 12 weeks later

It was thought the 74-year-old was not hurt, but it was later found out she had a fractured spine.

Boy, 4, uses Siri to call 999 after mum collapses

Four-year-old Beau is given a bravery award from the Welsh Ambulance Service for his quick thinking.

Swansea Uni suspensions linked to £200m Llanelli village

The first details of the suspensions emerge after the university refused to disclose them.

Lewis Popp: Merthyr musician's crash death ruled accidental

Lewis Popp was lying down on a busy road before he was hit and killed by a car, an inquest hears.

Rogue builder Ronnie Connors jailed over £28,000 fraud

Ronnie Connors carried out work on a roof and called his victim from jail for another offence to ask for money.

Wylfa Newydd: £12bn nuclear plant work 'called in'

The Welsh Government called in plans to prepare a 740-acre area in Anglesey ready to build Wylfa Newydd.

Police find family of homeless man found dead in Cardiff

The 50-year-old was found unconscious in Cardiff city centre on Monday

Drink-driver Abdullah Rasul locked up for running over two men

Abdullah Rasul is locked up for two years and eight months after hitting two pedestrians.

'My mummy's sick': Boy, 4, calls ambulance for mum using Siri

Beau Austin has now been given a bravery award for his quick thinking.

Severn tolls: 'I've been asked for a Big Mac and fries'

The tolls are scrapped on the Severn bridges between south Wales and south-west England from Monday.

'Things done better in the assembly' says Mark Drakeford

"Madness" has descended on the Conservative Party, Mark Drakeford says.

Sugar Loaf station: Wales' quietest station draws more people

It used to average just one visitor every 36 hours, but numbers have been increasing.

Carwyn Jones: 'The beard doesn't make me look younger'

Carwyn Jones has stepped down after nine years as Wales' first minister.

Mold's Theatr Clwyd shortlisted for award

Theatr Clwyd is nominated alongside the Nottingham Playhouse and The Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester.

Coins, brooches and rings found in north Wales declared treasure

The finds are "of great benefit" in helping understand Wales' "unique history", National Museum Wales says.

Y gwasanaeth tân yn cyfrif eu colledion wedi deufis costus

Ffigyrau newydd yn dangos bod y Gwasanaeth Tân wedi gwario 80% o'u gwariant am y flwyddyn rhwng Gorffennaf ac Awst eleni.

Gofal plant am ddim i rieni Cymru erbyn Ebrill 2019

Llywodraeth Cymru i gyflwyno'r cynllun i ddarparu gofal plant am ddim i blant tair a phedair oed yn gynt na'r disgwyl.

Tara Bethan: 'Yoga'n atgoffa fi bo' fi'n ocê!

Actores, dawnswraig, cantores... ac athrawes yoga. Tara Bethan yn sgwrsio gyda Dewi Llwyd

Shân yn achub y dydd!

Shân Cothi'n camu mewn i un o brif rannau Sweeney Todd yn Zurich, gyda llai 'na 24 awr o rybudd

Atal gwaith ar safle Wylfa Newydd

Llywodraeth Cymru yn atal gwaith clirio ar safle Wylfa Newydd oherwydd pryder am fywyd gwyllt.

European Rugby Champions Cup: Ulster beat Scarlets 30-15 to complete double

Ulster secure a second consecutive bonus-point win over Scarlets with an impressive 30-15 victory in Belfast.

Nathaniel Clyne: Cardiff City target Liverpool and England right-back

Manager Neil Warnock confirms Cardiff City's interest in signing Liverpool and England right-back Nathaniel Clyne.

European Rugby Challenge Cup: Stade Francais 12-3 Ospreys

Stade Francais edge Ospreys 12-3 thanks to four Nicolas Sanchez penalties in a scrappy European Challenge Cup game in Paris.

Track Cycling World Cup: Great Britain's women beat world champions USA in team pursuit

Great Britain's women win gold in the team pursuit at the World Track Cycling World Cup in London.

For sale: Penguin island

Pebble Island on the Falklands comes with an army of animals and a four-mile long beach.

All change

Railway enthusiasts have made this remote halt an unlikely "tourist destination".

Bottom of the pile?

This economic indicator looks at how much money is generated in areas where we work.

First minister's priorities

Some of the urgent matters Mark Drakeford will be turning his attention to.

Almighty row

Two students from Cardiff set up a petition last year which is currently being considered.



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