Nine people arrested in north Wales and Cheshire as part of an investigation into the theft of gold jewellery are charged.
An "indecent" novel entered into a National Eisteddfod writing competition is being investigated by police.
A 'violent bully' who subjected a teenage girlfriend to a six month campaign of abuse has a jail sentence cut by ten months on appeal.
An iconic ceramic poppy sculpture which formed part of the Tower of London installation could be displayed in Wrexham.
A dog is seized by police after a man and a child were bitten in Wrexham.
The number of 999 call to Wales' three fire services halves in just over a decade.
Three quarters of the workers hired to build the new £250m "super prison" in Wrexham are locals.
A landfill site in Flintshire is refused an environmental permit over concerns about gas emissions and "odour" issues.
Deeside-based price comparison website Moneysupermarket announces a 44% rise in profits to more than £30m in the six months to June.
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.
Fulham manager Kit Symons says he was disappointed to have to give up his role as assistant to Wales boss Chris Coleman.
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