When Paul Fosh from Monmouth signed up for the Arctic ultra marathon, he didn't expect Cornish Pasties to be part of his training regime. But with less than a year before the 350 mile challenge, the tasty snacks have come to his aid. Alexandra Lodge explains:
Footage from the ITV Wales archive shows two witches hiding in trees. It's not known whether they are genuine witches.
Ghosts and ghouls a plenty will be out on the streets of Wales this evening, but it's not the first time they've been spotted this year.Read the full story ›
We've put together some of your pets dressed in their spooky halloween costumesRead the full story ›
As it's coming up to Halloween we're looking for your spooky pet pictures!
You can take inspiration from Gabe from Greyhound Rescue Wales (pictured below) who is dressed up as Count Dracula.
Send us your pictures to email@example.com, and we'll feature them online and in our programme Wales at Six.
An old people's home has become a battle zone with warring grandads fighting over their garden ornaments.Read the full story ›
A drunken man who was arrested in Manchester demanded an interpreter after telling police he would only speak in Welsh. Officers spent four hours trying to find a Welsh language expert to deal with the man, 26, who could speak perfectly good English.
But they failed to find a translator and had to let him go without charge.
...D&D Sackville St - bailed..despite speaking English in custody all day, insisted on Welsh interpreter which we struggled to find...
...and no, it's not a dig at the Welsh; just frustration + feeling that someone was being difficult needlessly.
Officers went onto Twitter to blast the "difficult and time-wasting" prisoner who was arrested at 2am for a public order offence in Sackville Street, Manchester.
Their official tweet said: "Drunk and disorderly - despite speaking English in custody, insisted on Welsh interpreter which we struggled to find.
"And no, it's not a dig at the Welsh, just frustration and feeling that someone was being difficult needlessly."
The un-named man was bailed to return to the police station when sober and he accepted an £80 fixed penalty fine - written in English.
We spent several hours trying to find an interpreter for the man who has Welsh roots. He's wasted his own time and our time. At least he saw sense in the end.
Club members are being reminded of an official warning scheme, with repeat offenders being asked to leave.Read the full story ›
Maesteg's Royal British Legion Club has taken the step of banning swearing altogether within its walls.
The club has warned members they face ejection if they flout the ban.
Club secretary David Roberts defended the ban.
"It has to be taken into context" he says.
"What we're not accepting is for our members to go to other places, come here and swear out loud and offend everyone".
"People come here and they expect people to behave".
The tree was blown down in a gale in February after standing for more than 200 years.Read the full story ›