Bassey, 77, says she had always been unhappy with her vocals on the theme song from the 1964 Sean Connery film.Read the full story ›
There's an animal in virtually every room at Jordan Ryan's house, with even more outside.Read the full story ›
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in the Mid Wales village of Abbey-Cwm-Hir.Read the full story ›
Ever wondered what you get when you cross a donkey and a Shetland pony? Wonder no more...Read the full story ›
A former soldier has covered his pizza shop with hundreds of poppies - in his own takeaway version of the remembrance poppies at the Tower of London.
Ex-commando Kevin Halborg asks each customer at his seaside pizza hut to make a donation to the poppy appeal. And now he has pinned more than 1,000 poppies to the outside walls in his own "war and pizza" tribute to the fallen.
We saw what was going on at the Tower of London and wanted to do our bit. Customers are happy to make a donation to the Poppy Appeal and then fix their own poppy on the outside. It looks tremendous - we want to plaster the outside by the weekend.
Kevin runs the Pizza Pronto hut at Penarth, near Cardiff, and reckons his poppy tribute will take some topping.
A boat which has taken a carpenter and yacht fanatic 50 years to build is finally near completion.Read the full story ›
The Welsh accent has been judged negatively in the past, but new research by Cardiff University suggests attitudes are improving.Read the full story ›
A blundering shoplifter was caught and fined - after accidentally leaving his name and address at the scene.
Damien Beckett, 35, fled Tesco with a haul of goods, but left behind a carrier bag containing documents.
Security staff looked inside and found papers bearing his name, address and date of birth.
A court heard police raided Beckett's home in Swansea and found shoplifted goods worth £56.57, which were returned to the supermarket.
Beckett, who is unemployed, admitted theft and was fined £40 by Brecon magistrates.
There are of course many ways of keeping fit. But, how about balancing?
It's the novel idea of North Wales inventor Gareth Jones whose come with something called a slackline board which he wants to launch nationally. Curious? Well Ian Lang went along to see it in action.
Learning a modern language at school can stand you in good stead for any future career.
But the number of pupils studying languages like German is in decline in most schools across Wales. A teacher from Monmouth though has come up with an innovative idea to get more students excited about the subject.
Helen Smail is mixing German with Dance...and it's working. She's already won an award for her unique approach to teaching and she hopes to inspire more students to take up the subject. Alexandra Lodge reports: