Referee Nigel Owens says he hopes the teenager who sent him a homophobic tweet can move on with his life.
A man is taken to hospital after being hit by a train in Carmarthenshire.
A rugby player sidelined after he could not find boots big enough for his huge feet is given a specially-made pair.
A south Wales university is awarded a £2.5m grant to fund high-powered microscopes.
A former head teacher tells a disciplinary panel he was "absolutely horrified" by allegations teaching assistants were drunk on a school trip.
Supermarket chain Sainsbury's scraps plans for a new store in Pembrokeshire that would have created 500 jobs.
A former solicitor is jailed after defrauding the family of a dead women.
Wales are well placed to qualify for Euro 2016 after their 3-0 win away against Israel according to captain Ashley Williams.
A professional driver from Cardiff is "very distressed" after his car crashed at race in Germany and killed a spectator.
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