BBC News - Wales

BBC News - Wales

05/30/2017 07:44 AM
Swansea recycling unit fire 'still smouldering'
Commercial waste, used tyres, cylinders and scrap vehicles are at a recycling unit in Swansea.

05/30/2017 07:37 AM
Dadl Arweinwyr: Darren Millar i gynrychioli'r Ceidwadwyr
Y Ceidwadwyr yn dewis Darren Millar i'w cynrychioli wrth i wleidyddion o'r pum prif blaid yng Nghymru gymryd rhan mewn dadl deledu.

05/30/2017 07:24 AM
Llais y Llywydd: Aled Siôn Davies
Ar ôl cipio'r aur ar lwyfannau Paralympaidd y byd, mae Aled Siôn Davies yn troedio llwyfan Eisteddfod yr Urdd dydd Mawrth fel llywydd.

05/30/2017 07:24 AM
Flight cancellations force Wales to forfeit table tennis matches
Flight cancellations force Wales to forfeit their first two matches of the World Table Tennis Championships after 36-hour delays.

05/30/2017 06:52 AM
Number of school crossing patrols falls by 23% in Wales
Safety concerns as research shows there are 170 less crossing patrols than in 2013.

05/30/2017 06:32 AM
Aberystwyth Uni natural disaster app 'could save lives'
An Aberystwyth student will present the idea to a Dragon's Den-style panel.

05/30/2017 06:14 AM
Green Party claims climate change 'bigger than Brexit'
Renewable energy is at the heart of the Wales Green Party's election manifesto.

05/30/2017 06:12 AM
Election 2017: Tories name Millar for Wales debate
Neither the Welsh Conservative leader nor the Welsh secretary to appear in live TV programme.

05/29/2017 09:59 PM
Dan Biggar: Wales fly-half enjoying Lions learning curve
Wales' Dan Biggar says he is learning a great deal from his British and Irish Lions fly-half rivals.

05/29/2017 09:44 PM
US Open Qualifying: Wales' Dredge secures place at Erin Hill
Welsh golfer Bradley Dredge will play in the US Open for the first time after finishing joint fifth in the qualifying even at Walton Heath.

05/29/2017 06:55 PM
Sporting spectacles
Wales has become a home for showpiece occasions - shaking off the image of a sporting outpost.

05/29/2017 06:32 PM
Glamorgan v Durham: Nick Selman hammers ton in dramatic last-over win
Nick Selman's century takes Glamorgan to a dramatic three-wicket win over Durham in the last over in Swansea.

05/29/2017 06:29 PM
Targeting hospitals 'evil' says surgeon David Knott
The acclaimed surgeon David Knott tells an audience at the Hay Festival that hospitals and doctors in war zones must be protected.

05/29/2017 05:53 PM
Armed police on duty at Urdd Eisteddfod in Pencoed
The increased security measures are in response to last week's terror attack in Manchester.

05/29/2017 05:38 PM
Bridgend Urdd Eisteddfod festival begins in Pencoed
The Welsh-language arts festival will lasts for six days and hopes to attract 100,000 people.

05/29/2017 03:53 PM
Carmarthenshire mum-to-be gets armed escort to hospital
Armed officers thought they were dealing with a speeding motorist - but it was a woman in labour.

05/29/2017 02:50 PM
Syria surgeon describes warzone 'evils' at Hay Festival
David Nott tells how he saw helicopters drop bombs on hospitals, in his speech at the Hay festival.

05/29/2017 01:54 PM
Crews tackle major industrial fire at Swansea recycling plant
Roads are closed as firefighters tackle the blaze at a recycling unit in Fforestfach.

05/29/2017 01:11 PM
Urdd Eisteddfod
Uchafbwyntiau Dydd Llun o faes y brifwyl ger Pen-y-bont // Monday's highlights from the Urdd Eisteddfod near Bridgend

05/29/2017 12:57 PM
Lluniau: Steddfod yr Urdd 2017
Uchafbwyntiau Dydd Llun o faes y brifwyl ger Pen-y-bont

05/29/2017 12:28 PM
Ethan Ampadu: 'He's not missing school for Wales camp' - Exeter City boss Paul Tisdale
Exeter City teenager Ethan Ampadu has only been able to link up with Wales squad because of school half-term, says Grecians boss Paul Tisdale.

05/29/2017 11:58 AM
Aaron Shingler: Scarlets must build on Pro12 title win
Scarlets flanker Aaron Shingler wants the region to make more of an impact in Europe next season after winning the Pro12 title

05/29/2017 08:43 AM
Welsh language children's books 'need more attention'
More needs to done to promote Welsh language children's books, the children's poet laureate of Wales says.

05/29/2017 06:43 AM
Champions League: Guide
Whether you're planning to immerse yourself in it or avoid it, this is what's happening and when.

05/29/2017 06:33 AM
Champions League final: Cardiff 'can cope' with visitors
Organisers "would have loved" to have installed a fanzone and big screen but the city will be "at capacity".

05/28/2017 09:53 PM
Rhys Patchell & Rhodri Jones in Wales training squad
Scarlets back Rhys Patchell and Ospreys prop Rhodri Jones are called up to Wales' training squad as cover for Phil Dollman and Samson Lee.

05/28/2017 08:22 PM
Immigration cap meaningless, says Carwyn Jones
The first minister says reducing net migration would make it difficult to recruit doctors and nurses.

05/28/2017 07:00 PM
Eifion Gwynne memorial rugby match 'a day to remember'
The former Aberystwyth and Llandovery player died in a crash in Malaga last October.

05/28/2017 06:31 PM
Labour would tackle rich-poor divide in UK, says Wayne David
The party's chair in Wales insists only the top 5% of the population would see tax rises.

05/28/2017 03:54 PM
Glorious mud
How mud running has become the fastest growing mass participation sport in the country.

05/28/2017 06:49 AM
David Cowling: A rosy future for surprise elections?
Ex-BBC political research editor David Cowling says the era of unexpected polls looks set to continue.

05/27/2017 09:35 PM
Pro12 final highlights: Munster 22-46 Scarlets
Watch BBC Scrum V's highlights as Scarlets beat Munster at Dublin's Aviva Stadium to win the Pro12 title.

05/26/2017 06:11 AM
Men only
Seven men will be in charge at the Vale of Glamorgan, causing concern for a political pressure group.

05/24/2017 06:40 AM
Your Pictures: 17 - 23 May 2017
A selection of your pictures from around Wales.