The wife of a man who died after getting into difficulty off the Gower coast describes him as "a wonderful husband".
About 100 farmers hold a protest at a supermarket in Carmarthenshire over falling lamb prices.
Pembrokeshire Division Two cricket teams Saundersfoot and Kilgetty could face sanctions after their game is abandoned due to fighting.
Rubbish found at pond is traced back to Llanelli man who is ordered to pay more than £600 in fines and costs for fly-tipping.
Hospital laundry staff are searching for the owner of a St Christopher medallion which turned up in the wash.
A pollution incident is being investigated in the Afan Valley after a member of the public noticed two rivers in the area had turned orange.
More than 300 drivers test positive for drink-driving and 52 arrested under new drug-driving offences in a month-long police crackdown.
A former police station in Neath Port Talbot could be demolished to make way for 30 flats.
Wales head coach Warren Gatland suggests he would not sanction number eight Taulupe Faletau's proposed move to Bath.
Warren Gatland says injured prop Samson Lee may make his Wales World Cup squad, even if not fit for the start of the tournament.
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