As part of our review of 2012, we've compiled a handful of our favourite stories you might have missed the first time around.
Bakery syndicate wins EuroMillions lottery
A group of South Wales workmates from a bakery in Pontypridd celebrated a EuroMillions win of nearly £100,000.
Monmouth - the first 'Wikipedia town'
The town of Monmouth launched an ambitious project to create Wikipedia pages about 'every notable place, person, artefact, flora, fauna' in the town.
Great-grandmother's knitted Diamond Jubilee tribute
Ahead of the Diamond Jubilee, a great-grandmother from Cardiff got into the celebratory spirit by making the Queen and Prince Philip out of wool.
Welsh Star Wars fan saves Luke Skywalker's home
It's not quite a galaxy far far away, but it's still a long way from home. Star Wars fan and author Terry Cooper travelled from Cardiff to Tunisia - to help rebuild Luke Skywalker's house.
Britain's most unique shed?
'Doodlemum' - sketching everyday family life
A view of Pembrokeshire from space
Four students from Tasker Milward School in Haverfordwest came up with the idea to create and launch a space balloon to record information about wind speed and temperature at different altitudes in space.
Lobster's lucky escape after chef's change of heart
A history lesson with a difference
David Perkins, from Duffryn High School, has been uploading videos of historical characters onto the internet for his students to watch - and he's even starring in them himself.
Cardiff's prisoner-run restaurant
Is your dog a star of the future?
Carl Edwards and canine pal Logan visited a centre that trains dogs for film and television work.