A 22-year-old man has been arrested, after the death of a 45-year-old inmate at Cardiff Prison.
The Cardiff and Vale University Health Board has suspended a specialist liver surgeon linked to the "avoidable deaths" of eight patients he operated on in South Wales.
Police said a 66-year-old woman was one of two people stabbed today at a Cardiff cemetery in an apparently unprovoked attack.
South Wales Police have arrested a 25-year-old man in connection with the incident, which left the woman in hospital undergoing surgery. Her injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.
Police say a 25-year-old man arrested following two assaults in Cathays, Cardiff this afternoon remains in custody.
At 12.47pm today officers were called to Cathays Cemetery where a woman had been stabbed and this was followed by an incident around four minutes later in Tewkesbury Street where a man had also been assaulted resulting in facial injuries.
The woman is undergoing surgery at the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, her injuries are not life-threatening and we awaiting a further update on her condition.
Understandably the local community are shocked by what appears to be an unprovoked assault on two people.
Officers, including armed response officers, were quickly at the scene and were able to make the arrest within 30 minutes. Thankfully incidents such as this are rare, Cardiff is a safe city, the injuries sustained are not life-threatening and a person remains in custody.
At 12.47pm South Wales Police received a report that a woman in Allensbank Road has been assaulted and suffered a neck wound.
A second report was received at 12.51pm that a man had been assaulted in Tewkesbury Street.
The woman, who is in her 60s, was described as conscious and breathing at the scene and was taken to the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, for treatment. There is no update on her current condition.
The male victim, who is in his 30s, was described as being in shock after suffering facial injuries.
A man was arrested in Dalton Street at 1.12pm and a knife has been recovered.
A woman has sustained serious injuries to her arms after her pet dog was savaged to death in a park.
Police were called to Victoria Park in Cardiff at around 2.40pm yesterday amid reports that a Pit Bull terrier-type dog had gone "ballistic".
South Wales Police said the dog responsible for the attack had been seized - although officers were still trying to trace its owner.
"The dog seized by police is described as being of a Pit Bull type appearance and is a distinctive blue-grey in colour," a police spokesperson said.
"We are asking the owner of this dog - or anyone who knows who is the owner to get in touch."
Those able to help should telephone South Wales Police on either 101 or 01656 655555. Alternatively, members of the public can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
An investigation is underway into the cause of a large fire at a garden centre in Cardiff as emergency services battled throughout the night to put out the blaze.
Italy beat Wales 32-16 at the Millennium Stadium on the opening day of the Rugby League World Cup.
Aidan Guerra scored two tries for the in-form Italians, who beat England in a warm-up match last week.
The defeat leaves Wales on course to meet tournament favourites Australia in the quarter-finals.
Australia fought back to beat England 28-20 in the opening match of the Rugby League World Cup at the Millennium Stadium.
Underdogs England led 10-0 through tries from Leroy Cudjoe and Ryan Hall, but the visitors dominated the second half of the group match.