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St John Ambulance driver jailed for sex attack on girl

A St John Ambulance driver attacked an eight-year-old girl in 2001 when he was 18.

Carwyn Jones bullying remarks investigation inquiry outlined

An inquiry into whether Carwyn Jones broke the ministerial code will examine comments he made to AMs.

Puppy smuggling trade warning in Wales' ferry ports

The plight of Hugo the beagle highlights the illegal trade in dogs smuggled through Welsh ports.

Blaenavon man jailed for motorbike passenger death crash

Grandmother Ray Jones was killed in a crash when John Morgan crossed a lane without looking.

Met Office warns of icy roads for most parts of Wales

Met office issues yellow "be aware" ice warning for most parts of Wales from 17:00 GMT on Friday

'Boris bikes' set for Swansea after university success

Fifty bikes to hire will be placed at five hubs along the city's main cycle path.

Ceredigion Herald newspaper ends print run after two years

The Ceredigion Herald moves to digital-only but publishers say no jobs will be lost.

School head applications drop sharply in Wales

Recruitment challenges in teaching in Wales are flagged up by a regulator.

Drop in 24-hour nursing home places across Wales

Despite a growing older population, there are fewer nursing home places available.

Coed Duon home closed during 'inappropriate' texts probe

Young residents have been moved and seven staff members are suspended over the allegations.

Menai Strait £135m third crossing plans outlined

To ease congestion on the Britannia Bridge, a third road between Anglesey and the mainland will be built.

Benefit fraudster who stole £120,000 jailed for 20 months

The co-habiting benefit fraudster admitted claiming to live alone for 13 years.

'Real struggle' to find suitable nursing home for father

Mair Watkins talks about her "struggle" to find a nursing home to meet her father's needs.

Wales donor breast milk store 'needed for premature babies'

Wales has 11 neonatal units and is the only UK nation without a milk bank.

Night of the Trampires film shot in Bridgend warehouse

It took a whole day to film one second of footage for Chuck Steel: Night of the Trampires.

Newport war veterans served Christmas meal by ONS boss

Almost 150 people attend the annual event at the Office for National Statistics in Newport.

Swansea head teacher on the 'challenge' of the job

There are fewer applications for head teachers' jobs, but what is it like to run a school?

Elf the cat has swimming therapy in Carmarthen after surgery

Elf, a black and white cat, is getting treatment at a hydrotherapy centre usually used for dogs.

Wales' sheep numbers rise above the 10 million mark

Numbers had dropped after payments stopped, but a weak pound has seen a rise in lamb exports.

Bryn Terfel is the latest star to quit Tosca

The baritone pulls out of an ill-fated production, which has already lost all its other main stars.

Trydedd pont dros Afon Menai: Pedwar opsiwn

Gwahoddiad i bobl fynegi barn ar bedwar o gynigion ar gyfer trydedd pont ar draws Afon Menai ar gychwyn ymgynghoriad sy'n para tan ddechrau Mawrth.

Canllaw Llywodraeth yn 'diystyru'r Gymraeg'

Arweinydd Cyngor Gwynedd yn dweud fod Llywodraeth Cymru'n anwybyddu barn y cyngor "lle mae'r Gymraeg ar ei chryfaf" wrth drafod effaith cynllunio tai ar yr iaith.

Gweithio trwy'r flwyddyn ar gyfer Diwrnod 'Dolig

Dyw paratodau'r Nadolig ddim yn dechrau i rai ar ddechrau mis Rhagfyr

Star Wars a Jedi cyntaf Ynys Môn

Y Cymro sefydlodd eglwys fyd-eang ar sail Star Wars

Real Madrid v Gremio

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Club World Cup game between Real Madrid and Gremio.

Challenge Cup: Dragons 25-27 Newcastle Falcons

Newcastle Falcons held on to complete the double over Dragons and take a big step towards the European Challenge Cup quarter-finals.

Renato Sanches: Swansea City head coach Clement denies early Bayern return

Swansea City head coach Paul Clement says there have been no talks about Portugal midfielder Renato Sanches returning to Bayern Munich early from loan spell.

Dragons: Stuart Davies leaves as chief executive as Buttress takes reins

Stuart Davies steps down as Dragons chief executive after nearly three years with David Buttress becoming executive chairman.

'Unsung heroes'

Cardiff's Eastern High head teacher, Armando Di-Finizio, tells how he took school out of special measures.

Breast friends

When one mum struggled to feed her baby her own breast milk another helped.

Cake crisis

Apprentice winner Alana Spencer talks about cake recall over labelling inaccuracies.

Who is Gareth Bennett?

Gareth Bennett's recent comments about transgender rights have echoes of comments he made before he was even elected.

Mind your language! Welsh Assembly rules on acceptable speech

A ban on a UKIP AM speaking in the Welsh Assembly prompts a debate on what can and cannot be said.

Your Pictures in Wales: 6-12 December 2017

A weekly selection of your pictures from around Wales.



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