Workers at a Bridgend prison are trying to solve the mystery of the cat who gave birth behind bars.
A piglet in Brecon has grown up thinking it's a lamb, after it was 'bullied' by other pigs in the litter.
Martin Rees has set three world records in his age category. Richard Morgan went to meet him.
A Bridgend bulldog has had a facelift - not to improve her looks though, rather to help her breathe.
Two-year-old 'Storm' had a flip of skin over her nostrils, which was constricting her airways.
Dogs Trust vet nurse Stephanie Marshall said: "A facelift is an uncommon procedure for a dog but we know it will make a huge difference in improving her quality of life."
Storm was living at the Dogs Trust centre in Bridgend, after her previous owner moved house and couldn't take her.
She has now got a new owner - and will soon go under the knife again, for surgery to improve her vision.
Sand artist Ray Wirick is trying out the sand castle making quality of Colwyn Bay's new beach. He's one of the attractions at a special weekend of events to mark the official opening of a new water sports centre and the beach itself.
It's been created with half a million tons of sand dredged up from the sea as part of a £6m sea defence project.
Neath singing star Bonnie Tyler might be representing the UK in Saturday's Eurovision Song Contest - but she isn't the only Welsh act flying the flag for Europe this week.
Thirty schoolchildren from Llangewydd Junior School in Bridgend will also be battling it out with around 40 other countries in this year's 'Schoolovision Song Contest'.
Schoolovision 2013 stretches as far as Iceland in the north-west to Azerbaijan in the south-east.
Each participating school has recorded a music video in their own language, or about their country, and uploaded it to the competition website.
The schools will then cast their votes for their top 10 favourite entries via a live video conference tomorrow.
Llangewydd Junior School been taking part in the competition as the Welsh entry since the competition began in 2009.
Their entry this year is 'O Hyfryd Ddydd!' - or 'O Happy Day!' - described as 'a simple, feel-good song'.
Teacher Andrew Smith said: "We are very proud of our past achievements - our best result so far was fifth overall in 2011."
Scotland scooped the victory at this weekend's Golf Live Celebrity Cup at the Celtic Manor in Newport. Tennis star Jamie Murray and ex-rugby player Kenny Logan beat England rugby star Mike Tindall and entrepreneur Peter Jones to secure the victory.
The Scottish team, completed by Kenny Dalglish, Alan Hansen, Gordon Strachan and their captain Gavin Hastings, were favourites going into the competition and showed their skill on the course.
A total of 24 celebrities took part in the event and TV presenters Ant and Dec made a cameo appearance at Saturday evening's gala dinner which raised £65,000 for the Elizabeth Montgomerie Foundation.
After a few missed chances - and a little help - he finally hits his stride...
Rob Brydon and Gethin Jones are among celebrities taking part in a golf tournament at the Celtic Manor resort near Newport to raise money for the Elizabeth Montgomerie Foundation.
The event - which also features Sir Steve Redgrave, Kenny Dalglish and singer Brian McFadden - lasts until Sunday.
David Nelson, who won £1m in a EuroMillions draw along with his wife Susan, didn't realise he'd won until reading the local paper.
"When I saw the number as I read the numbers out to myself... I just felt a boom" he says.