18 December 2014
The Welsh Secretary and his ministers may have been donning their festive jumpers but there wasn't much goodwill towards Carwyn Jones when they spoke to reporters for their end of year briefing.
A huge blaze sweeps through a depot in Merthyr Tydfil, destroying 30 coaches, five minibuses and one car.
A body is found at the bottom of cliffs in the seaside town of Penarth, South Wales Police say.
17 December 2014
A new law to give Wales tax-varying powers has received Royal Assent. Politicians agree it's a historic day.
BBC Wales' Arwyn Jones reviews education in 2014
BBC Wales' Iolo ap Dafydd looks back at 2014
'Why is the sea so high?' - tourist's memories a decade on
Critical highs and lows for the arts in Wales
A selection of your digital photos from around Wales during 2014
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