18:59 UK time, Wednesday, 15 May 2013
Would jobs in Wales be lost if the UK left the EU? Some blunt views, and determined side-stepping.
Democracy in Wales is being damaged by a lack of coverage of Welsh affairs in the London-based media, the assembly's presiding officer fears.
The M4 near Cardiff reopens after a car overturned, which led to a heavy build-up of traffic as the driver was cut free before being airlifted to hospital.
An elderly man is in hospital with life threatening injuries after he was hit by a train near Gwersyllt rail station on the Wrexham to Bidston line.
New all-purpose 999 vehicle for monks' island
'Mainstream' push as disabled people in sport hits record
Anti-tobacco group urges 'bold action' after small fall in six years
Tough start in American soccer for Wales captain Jess Fishlock BBC Sport
A selection of your digital photos from around Wales
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