A mother from Gwent who suffered a stroke minutes after giving birth to twins has received an anonymous donation of £7000.Read the full story ›
Welcome to the Newsweek Quiz - where we'll be testing your knowledge from the last seven days of news here in Wales.Read the full story ›
'Furnace to Flowers' in Ebbw Vale has been announced as the Grow Wild Award winner, receiving £120,000 in funding.Read the full story ›
Walking football - where sprinting, running or jogging is penalised - has just been launched at a leisure centre in Caerphilly.Read the full story ›
Gerald Sullivan passed away last month with no surviving family or means of paying for his own burial. He was 80 years old.Read the full story ›
Rugby referee Nigel Owens has been named Stonewall UK's 'Sports Person of the Decade.'
Owens, who presided over the Rugby World Cup final last weekend, was recognised by the lesbian, gay, bi and trans equality charity for being a 'prominent and visible role model' in the sporting world.
Tesco needs a "Christmas Tree Light Untangler' to help "conquer one of the most frustrating jobs" of Yuletide. Are you up to it?Read the full story ›
A young job-hunter has had to fork out a whopping £843 for a pair of workboots - because he has Britain's biggest feet.Read the full story ›
In 1961 Port Talbot was the "biggest steel town in Europe" and a bit of Monte Carlo had arrived too - its very own casino.Read the full story ›
It's been one of the most talked about images from the Rugby World Cup in Wales but overnight it was taken down by a team of engineers.Read the full story ›