A teenager said she had "no aspirations for the future" in the weeks leading up to her death, her foster carer tells an inquest.
Swansea council defers a decision on proposals which could see all sixth formers in the city paying at least £300 a year to get to school or college.
Farmers are urged to store their silage, slurry and diesel appropriately following three major pollution incidents.
Media regulator Ofcom revokes a community licence given to a radio station which planned to broadcast in mid and west Wales.
A Swansea man is left scratching his head after receiving a postcard from Spain 29 years after it was sent.
Emergency crews deal with several incidents across Wales as heavy rain and high winds affect many areas overnight.
Motorists will be tested for cannabis and cocaine for the first time during an anti-drink and drugs campaign by the four Welsh police forces.
Football Association of Wales chief executive Jonathan Ford says Sepp Blatter's resignation as Fifa president is overdue.
Wales centre Jonathan Davies is disappointed to be missing the World Cup but says he could not risk his knee injury.
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