A coroner has returned an open verdict into the death of Newport teenager Nida Naseer.
The 18-year-old's body was found on the foreshore of the Gwent Wetlands in March, nearly three months after she disappeared from her home in Pill.
Her father told the court her disappearance in December last year was a mystery.
Coroner David Bowen said there was insufficient evidence for him to reach a conclusion as to how she died.
A heroin addict found guilty of murdering a man just five days after being released from jail will serve at least another 20 years behind bars.
Gareth Wyn Jones, 28, attacked David Lewis - described as 'vulnerable' - in order to steal money and his bank card to pay for a drugs binge.
Cardiff Crown Court heard Mr Lewis, 45, suffered around 100 blunt force injuries to his head and neck, before being strangled and left face down in the River Taff.
Jones had pleaded guilty to manslaughter but denied murder on the grounds of diminished responsibility. But after more than five hours of deliberations, a jury delivered a unanimous guilty verdict and ruled the killing was intentional.
Jones had only just become a free man after serving half of a six-year sentence for stabbing his girlfriend in the head with a fork.
A male passenger has died after two cars were involved in a crash on the B4547 near Felinheli, Gwynedd, last night.
One driver, a man, was taken to Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor with life-threatening injuries.
The other driver, also male, escaped injury.
A builder described as a 'complete cowboy', defrauding dozens of trusting customers out of almost £1 million, will be sentenced later today.
Mark Jenkins, from Caerphilly, overcharged his victims, demanded large sums of money upfront as deposits and regularly failed to complete work.
The 45-year-old was previously known as Mark Killick and also used the name Mark Richards, trading as Pro-Fit Builders, XL Builders and Trade Bookers.
A total of 42 homeowners across Cardiff, Methyr Tydfil, Clevedon, Weston-super-Mare and Bristol fell victim to him.
Two brothers from Swansea have received awards in recognition of their courage and bravery, after one of them battled a rare form of cancer.
In 2007 Alfie Morris, who was then four months old, was diagnosed with retinoblastoma - a cancer which affects the retina of children.
Over the next two years of his life, Alfie went through intensive treatment to try and combat tumours in both of his eyes. Unfortunately his left eye couldn't be saved.
Now seven years old, Alfie and his nine year old brother Charlie are being recognised for their outstanding efforts and bravery.
Both boys, who attend Burlais Primary School, have been named as champions by the Childhood Eye Cancer Trust (CECT).
The awards recognise the courage, resilience and patience shown by all children affected throughout their treatment and beyond.
Their mother Rebecca Jones says the boys are best friends as well as brothers.
Wales is the third most likely place in the UK for 'broadband burglary', according to new research.
A survey by broadband provider Hyperoptic found 40% of Welsh residents had successfully accessed their neighbours' WiFi.
A further 32% admitted to guessing other people's passwords.
The most common reason according to 31% of those surveyed was a need for faster internet speed.
Wales was third in the list, following London and the North East.
Wales will host its second Regeneration Summit later in Swansea.
The key focus of the event, held at the city's Liberty Stadium, will be supporting and revitalising town centres in Wales.
The Welsh Government is investing £102 million over the next three years to support 11 local authorities, including Swansea, to regenerate town centres and high streets.
Minister for Communities and Tackling Poverty Lesley Griffiths will speak at the event.
A new report on meningitis has been published today, aiming to reduce the number of child deaths from the disease.
Published by the Child Death Review Programme for Wales, it identifies key recommendations on early diagnosis and keeping up with vaccinations.
The report describes how meningitis can be difficult to diagnose, with symptoms common to many other illnesses.
Since the introduction of the 5-in-1 vaccine in 1992, cases of the disease have virtually disappeared in Wales.