09:40 UK time, Thursday, 24 July 2014
We know that councils are shedding staff but we now know how much it is costing.
The family of a mother-of-two stabbed to death is taking its negligence claim against two police forces to the Supreme Court.
Campaigners helping in the search for a Denbigh pensioner who disappeared in Crete last month are calling on the prime minister to do more to help.
A 51-year-old woman dies after falling from a horse on a Gower beach on Sunday morning.
Frankie Jones and Natalie Powell win Commonwealth gold
The number of Welsh parks awarded Green Flag status rises
Penarth's Pier of the Year after £4.2m refurbishment.
New twist in Wales' stuttering Commonwealth Games campaign
Plans for a minimum price on alcohol in Wales are backed
Statues given bespoke woolly outfits
A selection of your photos from around Wales
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