The team working to restore a stretch of the Swansea Canal say they're getting closer their goal of reopening its 'hidden lock'.Read the full story ›
The singer and campaigner had his US passport confiscated during the political witch-hunts of the 1950s, but maintained his love for Wales.Read the full story ›
Wales has some of the oldest housing stock in the UK and there's much work to be done to retro-fit older properties.Read the full story ›
In July, the UK Government announced that the sale of new diesel and petrol cars and vans will be banned in the UK from 2040.Read the full story ›
Maureen and Gwen have led pretty much identical lives - same jobs, same holidays and they even got married on the same day!Read the full story ›
More than fifty years ago much of the village of Godre'r Graig was abandoned after houses were damaged by landslides.Read the full story ›
Scott Bessant, 34, was found seriously injured in the early hours of Sunday 13th August after a night out near Pontypool.Read the full story ›
Wales' Street Football squad has flown out to Oslo to compete in the Homeless World Cup.
The team members have faced different kinds of social exclusion, such as homelessness or drug problems.
The tournament, which is in its fifteenth year, sees more than 500 players from 50 countries compete.
Actor and campaigner Michael Sheen is a patron of Street Football Wales, and will be staying with the team in Oslo.
Network Rail and Rhondda Cynon Taf Council say it's dangerous and would cost too much to repair.Read the full story ›