An "indecent" novel entered into a National Eisteddfod writing competition is being investigated by police.
A World War Two German bomb which was found in a garage in Aberystwyth is detonated on a Ceredigion beach.
A cow which fell down a steep cliff and became trapped on a beach, is given help to swim over a mile to safety.
Not enough nurses are being trained to meet health care demands, says the director of the Royal College of Nursing Wales.
The number of 999 call to Wales' three fire services halves in just over a decade.
Forty firefighters and eight engines tackle a large fire at a caravan park in Ceredigion.
More than 300 drivers test positive for drink-driving and 52 arrested under new drug-driving offences in a month-long police crackdown.
Welsh Liberal Democrat Mark Williams is the only one of the party's eight MPs to be left out of a 'cabinet' named by new leader Tim Farron.
A fallen tree partially blocks a road in Powys.
Overtime payments to police officers and staff across Wales cost nearly £17m in one year, BBC research shows.
West Bromwich Albion have made an initial approach over Cardiff City's goalkeeper David Marshall, says boss Russell Slade.
Wales head coach Warren Gatland will cut their World Cup squad from 47 to between 36 and 38 after they play Ireland on 8 August.
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