Two men are charged with attempted murder and possessing a firearm following a shooting in Mountain Ash.
Two people swim out to sea to rescue a man who had fallen off his jet ski.
A call centre in Torfaen which received £600,000 funding from the Welsh government goes into liquidation.
A dental practice warns patients who weigh more than 20st (127kg) they may not be treated because of a weight restriction on their chairs.
Dr Livingstone book bought by a Carmarthen hairdresser at a car boot sale for 99p sells for £3,000 at Cardiff.
Plaque unveiling ceremony marks former Cardiff home of celebrated Welsh poet, writer and doctor Dannie Abse.
Staff are allowed back into the BBC's drama studios in Cardiff Bay after smoke was seen coming from one of the buildings.
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.
A 10-year-old boy is rescued by firefighters after becoming trapped in a playground obstacle course.
A Welsh haulage firm claims it is losing the equivalent of about £100,000 a month due to delays at the Port of Calais.
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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