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Cyberbullying and trolling reports to Welsh police double

Latest statistics for 2017 show the number of reports is on track to rise again this year.

Iron Ring controversy foreseen by Welsh Government officials

Plaid Cymru says emails show Welsh Government knew it would been seen as a celebration of oppression.

Welsh Government to outline £15bn budget cuts and spending

The NHS is set to receive a 1% increase above inflation while council budgets will be cut by 2%.

M4 closed at Cardiff after multi-vehicle crash

A multi-vehicle crash during rush hour closes the M4 from Junction 29 to Junction 33.

Social housing benefit policy 'flawed'

Welsh housing associations say the Local Housing Allowance cap will make homes unaffordable.

'Serious failings' over Prince Philip Hospital death

A 79-year-old man died shortly after being declared fit for discharge at Prince Philip Hospital.

Carmarthen velodrome to reopen after £600,000 revamp

It is one of the oldest outdoor velodromes dating back to 1900.

Police 'let down' modern slavery victims, says report

Inspectors find many victims are being failed "at every stage" by police in England and Wales.

Watchdog warns Tories over Neath call centre election use

The Information Commissioner's Office says parts of scripts crossed the line into direct marketing.

Cardiff dentist Mark Roberts struck off over 'basic hygiene'

The General Dental Council found more than 20 examples of failings.

Elsie Scully-Hicks: Murder accused disputes medical reports

The 18-month-old died two weeks after being adopted by the defendant and his husband.

Ofcom broke contract tendering rules

Ofcom says the way it awarded a contract to a lobbying firm was "not consistent" with its processes.

Minimum alcohol price 'unnecessary' - retailer

One supermarket chain says a minimum alcohol price in Wales is not needed and could hit the poorest.

Minimum price for alcohol 'will not put off dependent people'

A recovering alcoholic says a minimum price will not put off dependent people from getting drink.

Minimum alcohol price - working it out in 30 seconds

How will the minimum price for alcohol in Wales be worked out if it becomes law?

Gower Cottage Brownies: 'Anyone can become self-employed'

The founder of a Gower chocolate brownies firm speaks about 10 years of self-employment.

Brexit: MP Paul Flynn urges second referendum

Newport West Labour MP Paul Flynn urges Theresa May to promise a referendum on the terms of any eventual Brexit deal.

Gambling law review long overdue, says Labour MP Jo Stevens

Labour MP Jo Stevens admits her party "got it wrong" when it liberalised gambling laws in 2007, failing to predict the impact of online technology on addiction.

Blue Monday: Bid to win over culture judges

The city is up against four others from around the UK to succeed Hull as City of Culture in 2021.

Doctor Who: Bradley Walsh among three new cast members

Jodie Whittaker's Time Lord will be joined by Bradley Walsh, Tosin Cole and Mandip Gill.

Labeli recordio yn cydweithio i 'gryfhau'r sin' Gymraeg

Rhai o labeli recordio amlycaf Cymru wedi cytuno i gydweithio, mewn ymgais i "gryfhau" ac i "broffesiynoli" y sin gerddoriaeth Gymraeg.

Cofnodi cynnydd yn nifer y negeseuon maleisus

Heddluoedd Cymru yn datgelu bod cynnydd wedi bod yn nifer y troseddau sy'n ymwneud ag anfon negeseuon maleisus.

Cwis: Enwau canol y sêr

Fedrwch chi ddyfalu enwau canol ambell i seleb Cymreig?

Aber Aber: Ble maen nhw nawr?

Mae hi'n 30 mlynedd ers y gyfres bry-ar-y-wal am fyfyrwyr Aberystwyth

Wales rugby squad: Baldwin admits lack of rugby could work against him

Wales coach Warren Gatland names his squad on Tuesday with Ospreys hooker Scott Baldwin concerned over his lack of rugby.

Ryan Giggs: Leicester and Everton jobs interest Wales legend

Manchester United and Wales legend Ryan Giggs says he would be interested in the vacant manager's jobs at Leicester and Everton.

Swansea City squad has imbalance, says head coach Paul Clement

Swansea boss Paul Clement highlights imbalance in his squad and hints he will make signings in the January transfer window.

Cardiff: A history of big fight nights in the Welsh capital

On Saturday Anthony Joshua will become the latest in a long line of British boxers to headline a bill in Cardiff.

Alcohol price law

It is claimed one life a week could be saved in Wales if cheap alcohol sales are banned.

Trailblazer

Meet the woman who became Britain's first female firefighter in 1982.

Virtually there

Growing numbers of tourism businesses in Wales are "embracing" the technology.

'What's she thinking?'

The emotional highs and lows of life with an adopted son and daughter.

'Grim' disaster

It is 30 years since a train plunged into the River Towy from a collapsed bridge, killing four people.

Your Pictures: 11 October - 17 October 2017

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