Twitter users have taken to social media to share their biggest 'problems' about living in Wales using the hashtag #WelshProblemsDay.Read the full story ›
Visitors criticised inadequate numbers of toilets and food and drink stands, along with large queues.Read the full story ›
The church in Newtown decided to tell the story of the Bible through knitting. They hope it will encourage more visitors.Read the full story ›
Saturday night sees the annual Eurovision Song contest, and whilst the UK is being represented by group 'Electro Velvet', a part of Wales will be cheering on a different country.
It's the Armenian song, and one of its singers is Cardiff's Mary-Jean O'Doherty.
The 32-year-old is part of a six person group called Genealogy, comprising of singers from all over the world with Armenian heritage.
Mary-Jean says although she's never been to the country, she's excited to take part.
The singer was born in Texas and studied singing in Sydney, Australia.
She became the first recipient of the Australian International Opera Award to study at the Cardiff International Academy of Voice.
A jet powered bike will be tested at Pendine Sands in Carmarthenshire this weekend and it may break British records.
Jet Reaction uses an adapted helicopter engine to power it to a possible 450 mph.
It will be driven by Richard Brown, an Oxfordshire based engineer, who conceived and built the vehicle.
A bid for the two-wheeled land speed record will be attempted at Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah, in America in September.
An outright Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM ) land speed record is one of the finest opportunities any team can have to demonstrate engineering innovation, within the rules applied by the relevant governing bodies the challenge is to engineer a superior machine making it the best in the world.
Animation of Jetbike record attempt (Credit: Dominik Weingarten / Jetreaction.net)
Campaigners say their plan to reopen the disused Rhondda Tunnel have come a step closer with the restoration of the stone.Read the full story ›
It was once of Cardiff Bay's first attractions but the "Lightship" - a fixture since 1992 - has sailed away.
The ship has been bought and will now moor at Sharpness where it will be used as a museum.
The "Lightship" was used as a chaplaincy over the years as well as a cafe.
The National Trust is launching a second annual 'special places' competition, allowing people to vote for their best-loved Welsh landmarks.Read the full story ›
A South Wales man accidentally cut off his hand with a power saw during some home DIY, but quick-thinking neighbours saved the limb.Read the full story ›
The mechanical clock - called 'In the Nick of Time' - has been rebuilt on a roundabout in Llanwern after seven years in storageRead the full story ›