Models marched through the streets of Cardiff today to officially launch this years' Cardiff Fashion Week.
Cardiff Fashion Week is a platform to celebrate all that is great about Welsh fashion and design. The model march will be a very eye-catching curtain raiser to the week and will give people a taste of what's in store.
The environmental impact of unwanted clothes was a key message of today's events, with the models visiting a one tonne pile of clothes to demonstrate how many items are thrown away every 90 seconds across the UK.
Cardiff Fashion Week runs from the 22nd October until the 29th, with a variety of events taking place at various locations across the city.
Seven professional rugby players had to be rescued when they got stuck in a hotel lift - because they broke the weight limit.Read the full story ›
There have been several theories after video footage emerged apparently showing a dramatic fireball falling from the sky over Penarth Pier.Read the full story ›
Footage of a possible meteor in the sky over Penarth seafront is being shared online.
This video, posted to twitter by @MarkJamesWorks, appears to show a glowing object lighting up the evening sky. Others have also shared videos of the sighting.
The end of October is marked by the Orionid meteor shower, though there is the possibility that the object could simply be a flare or similar.
Another theory is that it could be a hoax or publicity stunt.
What do you think?
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Wrexham chocolatier Jo Edwards set new Guinness World Record for most truffles made in two minutes.Read the full story ›
The gallery closed in 2011 for a major refurbishment, but delays meant it has now reopened two years later than planned.Read the full story ›
To celebrate World Egg Day, RSPCA Cymru is urging people to consider rehoming a friendly hen, from its Bryn-Y-Maen Animal Centre in Upper Colwyn Bay
It says Doreen, Doris and Delilah came into RSPCA care after being rescued from terrible conditions.But after lots of care by staff at RSPCA Bryn-Y-Maen Animal Centre, the girls are now thriving and ready to find a new home.
The friendly hens have grown in confidence since they’ve been in RSPCA care and follow staff around looking for treats. To find out more about rehoming them contact the centre on 0300 123 0745.
Lots of people dream of keeping hens, ducks and geese and collecting fresh eggs.
But before getting any feathered friends it’s really important to do your homework to find out what they need and to consider if you have the time, commitment and facilities to care for them.
For example, have you got a source of open water, like a pond or lake for a duck to swim on, do you mind hens scratching around in your flower beds?
There’s some great information on our website about keeping farm animals as pets and also how to apply to rehome them.