Weird, wonderful and Welsh: 20 stories from 2013

A rare albino jackdaw was spotted at Aberglasney in Carmarthenshire Credit: Aberglasney Gardens

Albino jackdaw: click here to read more

We helped reunite a group of children to reconstruct this photo 50 years on

Flint Castle photo recreated: click here to read more

We met 60kg Leonberger Sally. She went on a diet to help her find a new owner

Overweight dog sheds the pounds: click here to read more

ISS Commander Chris Hadfield tweeted spectacular photos of Wales from orbit Credit: @Cmdr_Hadfield

Wales from space: click here to read more

Wogan the cat was the culprit behind the disappearance of washing from lines in a Carmarthenshire village

Cat burglar - click here to read more

We met a student from Aberystwyth who designed a tiny camera with a fisheye lens to pay his student debt

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A Rhondda man celebrated breeding two golden eagles in captivity Credit: Raptor Watch Wales

Eagle chicks: click here to read more

Army experts helped move the ancient Garreg Ateb stone to the top of a hill in Flintshire

Ancient stone relocated: click here to read more

Staff at Parc Prison got a surprise when they discovered a cat had managed to give birth to six kittens in a prison van Credit: Sue Dobbs

Cat's prison kittens: click here to read more

A shed in a Machynlleth was named 'Shed of the Year' Credit: Mischiefpr

Shed of the Year: click here to read more

Ozzy the dog entered the record books for his tightrope prowess

Record-breaking dog: click here to read more

The Ty Coch Inn on the Llyn Peninsula was named the third best beach bar in the world

Beach bar: click here to read more

92-year-old Eileen Williams fulfilled a life-long ambition by abseiling down the side of a church in Pembroke Dock

92-year-old abseiler: click here to read more

People from 55 countries attempted to set a record for the most diverse Nativity play

Nativity world record attempt: click here to read more

Meet Ffion, Maddison and Paige Gilbert - from Pontypool. Their parents beat odds of 160,000 to 1 to have identical triplets

Identical triplets: click here to read more

Wales' oldest oak tree - the Pontfadog Oak - was felled by high winds

Oldest oak tree chopped up: click here to read more

A camel race was held at Chepstow Racecourse for the first time

Camel racing: click here to read more

James Howells searched a Newport rubbish tip for his old computer - containing millions of pounds worth of the virtual Bitcoin currency

Man's £4m Bitcoin loss - click here to read more

A teddy abandoned at Bristol Airport in February last year was owned by a family from Abergavenny in South Wales nearly a century ago

Search for bear's family: click here to read more

Spice the labrador was rescued by a lifeboat after falling from a cliff in Stackpole Credit: Wales News Service

Labrador's lifeboat rescue: click here to read more