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.
Fire crews bring a large blaze at a factory on Swansea enterprise zone under control.
An urgent inquiry into the murders of Mandy Power, her daughters, and mother is launched after new evidence is uncovered by the lawyers of convicted killer David Morris.
Wales and Scarlets star Liam Williams apologises for a posting a photo of himself "blacked-up" as Swansea City footballer Wilfried Bony.
A simultaneous ceremony is held on Anglesey and in the United States to remember the eight fliers who died trying to land at RAF Valley.
A family from Newcastle Emlyn has appealed for the safe return of their pet turkey, George, after he went missing from their garden on Saturday.
17 December 2014
A new law to give Wales tax-varying powers has received Royal Assent. Politicians agree it's a historic day.
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One of the nuisance 999 calls received by North Wales Police
7ft skeleton unearthed on a beach in south Wales
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