BBC News - Wales

BBC News - Wales

04/28/2017 09:48 AM
Neil Warnock: Cardiff City boss questions Kenneth Zohore contract timing
Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock is unhappy with the way in which top scorer Kenneth Zohore's new contract was handled.

04/28/2017 09:32 AM
Ambulance named after crash victim John Clift
John Clift died when two ambulances collided near Pwllheli last April.

04/28/2017 09:30 AM
Swansea City: Paul Clement inspired by brother's experience at Old Trafford
How his brother's success at Old Trafford is an incentive for boss Paul Clement before Swansea play Manchester Utd.

04/28/2017 08:36 AM
Cardiff City 0-2 Newcastle United
Newcastle United keep their slim hopes of winning the Championship title alive with a comfortable win at Cardiff City.

04/28/2017 06:28 AM
'Game-changing' HIV drug to be trialled on Welsh NHS
A three-year trial of an HIV drug is going ahead in Wales, despite concerns about costs.

04/28/2017 06:27 AM
Wales to trial 'game changing' HIV drug Prep
A three-year trial of an HIV drug is going ahead in Wales, despite concerns about costs.

04/28/2017 06:24 AM
Trainees welcomed to Michael Sheen shoot
Eleven young people get behind the scenes experience on Michael Sheen's new film set in Wales.

04/28/2017 05:29 AM
Community council in Powys to fold after 'detrimental' row
All community councillors in Trefeglwys will not stand for re-election after dispute.

04/28/2017 03:52 AM
Woman called 999 for help moments before fatal Adamstown crash
Sophie Taylor died when her car hit a block of flats in Adamsdown, Cardiff.

04/28/2017 03:34 AM
Three men appear in court over Rhyl incident
They are charged with possessing a handgun and conspiring to cause grievous bodily harm.

04/28/2017 03:25 AM
Youth parliament 'a way for our voices to be heard'
Pupils at the presiding officer's old school in Ceredigion give their views on a youth parliament.

04/28/2017 03:02 AM
Youth parliament to provide 'direct connection' to politics
Presiding Officer Elin Jones goes back to school to urge pupils to back a youth parliament.

04/28/2017 02:03 AM
Cyfnod prawf o dair blynedd i gyffur HIV
Llywodraeth Cymru'n cyhoeddi cyfnod prawf i gyffur ataliol sy'n gallu lleihau achosion o HIV er pryder nad yw'n cynnig gwerth am arian.

04/28/2017 01:54 AM
New home plea for sick dog
German Shepherd Orion is suffering from a 'potentially life-limiting' heart condition, despite looking fit and health.

04/28/2017 01:22 AM
Jail for carer Marie Baltazar who tied man's chair to table
Marie Baltazar was secretly filmed by a member of staff at the home she worked in.

04/27/2017 11:53 PM
Research to cut A55 delays and accidents is announced
The work will consider what improvements are needed to one of Wales' busiest commuter routes.

04/27/2017 11:42 PM
River groups attack Natural Resources Wales' record
Pollution is out of control and the regulator is "not fit for purpose" river and fishing groups claim.

04/27/2017 11:21 PM
General Election: Ex-Labour Clwyd MPs bid for Commons return
Chris Ruane and Gareth Thomas hope to re-capture the seats they lost to the Conservatives.

04/27/2017 11:06 PM
Giro d'Italia 2017: Geraint Thomas and Mikel Landa to share Team Sky leadership
Geraint Thomas says his preparation has gone well for the 100th edition of the Giro d'Italia, which starts on 5 May.

04/27/2017 10:40 PM
Body found in Menai Strait is missing Jonathon Edwards
Jonathon Edwards was last seen at his home in Caernarfon on 19 March.

04/27/2017 10:07 PM
Cardiff Uni's Cubric brain scan centre wins design award
Cardiff University's Cubric centre was praised for its "beautifully detailed multi-sensory design".

04/27/2017 06:04 PM
Michael Sheen film shoot welcomes trainees
Eleven young people get behind the scenes experience on Michael Sheen's new film set in Wales.

04/27/2017 05:55 PM
Cyfoeth Naturiol Cymru 'ddim yn gwneud ei waith'
Y rheoleiddiwr amgylcheddol Cyfoeth Naturiol Cymru bellach "ddim yn gwneud ei waith yn iawn", yn ôl grwpiau pysgota ac afonydd.

04/27/2017 05:19 PM
Angling Trust shows how river pollution affects fish
Mark Lloyd, chief executive of the Angling Trust and Fish Legal, explains why clean rivers are so important.

04/27/2017 08:25 AM
Ringing the changes
She has served as Dean of Salisbury for the past 13 years.

04/27/2017 05:43 AM
'Yah-boo politics' makes it harder to get women involved
Call for a review of the role of councillors, after a "diversity crisis" local election warning.

04/27/2017 01:19 AM
Boy wonder
Make up wearing Cardiff schoolboy appears on The Ellen DeGeneres Show

04/27/2017 12:22 AM
Battlegrounds
Where could some of the big battles in the May council elections play out in Wales?

04/26/2017 10:56 PM
Monkey saved after social media ad
RSPCA want a ban on keeping them as pets after the primate was found living in "hugely inappropriate conditions".

04/26/2017 08:28 PM
Yr ifanc a ŵyr?
Osian Roberts a'i dad Ellis Wyn Roberts yn trafod eu perthynas agos

04/25/2017 11:48 PM
Welsh local elections: What are the parties offering?
The parties' key poll pledges.

04/25/2017 08:52 PM
Park life
Taith trwy'r Bannau yng nghwmni ein ffotograffydd gwadd Lucy Roberts // A pictorial tour of the Brecon Beacons National Park through the lens of local photographer Lucy Roberts

04/25/2017 06:46 PM
Your Pictures: 19 April - 26 April
A weekly selection of your pictures from around Wales.

04/24/2017 05:07 AM
The club of heroes
As two Welsh runners grab the headlines at the London Marathon, why is their club so successful?