A London gang leader who was rehomed in Wales admits a robbery in his new home city of Newport.
A window cleaner who tied up an 88-year-old woman, threatened her into silence and stole £15 has his 10-year sentence increased.
A lollipop lady who stepped in front of an out-of-control car to protect schoolchildren receives an award for her bravery.
Four men in their 20s are arrested in connection with an investigation into child sexual exploitation.
A tanker carrying corrosive chemicals, which overturned after a crash and caused delays on roads around Cardiff, is recovered and the road is reopened.
Hundreds of people are offered health checks after five customers at a Newport piercing and tattoo studio suffer serious skin infections.
Ballot papers are posted out to union members at Tata Steel UK over industrial action in a dispute over pensions.
An RAF flight sergeant who broke a Tube passenger's back after he tried to jump on to an escalator handrail is ordered to pay £4,000 to his victim.
Welsh schoolchildren are given awards by a charity set up to combat racism in sport.
Criticism of Gareth Bale's performance in Real Madrid's Champions League loss to Juventus is dismissed by his agent.
Team Sky's Luke Rowe says he does not want to ride indoors at next year's Rio Olympics, but wants a road race place instead.
As BBC World Service
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