Charity Tenovus Cancer Care is today celebrating 50 years of cancer care research in Wales.Read the full story ›
Water worker Darren Jones has taken up a new hobby of performing opera classics to care homes residents in his spare time.Read the full story ›
The old station master's house in Caersws is up for sale and it could be the chance for one train fanatic to make their dreams come true.Read the full story ›
The RHS Flower Show opens today in Cardiff, celebrating its thirteenth year on the Bute Park site.Read the full story ›
A bird box designed to look like a speed camera has been catching the attention of drivers since it mysteriously appeared last week.Read the full story ›
A four-year-old boy with cerebral palsy is finally able to play with his schoolfriends, thanks to a special set of wheels called a Wizzybug.Read the full story ›
An electrician doing a favour for a charity shop discovered his tools worth more than £200 had accidentally been sold to a customer for £1.Read the full story ›
Trains were delayed today because tracks were too hot in the March sunshine.
The commuter route on the Welsh coast reported "high rail temperatures" on the lines - and trains were ordered to slow down.
Network Rail reported that "track monitoring equipment" has indicated high rail temperatures between Talacre and Mostyn in north Wales .
This means an emergency speed limit of 20mph has been imposed by Network Rail for approximately one mile between Prestatyn and Flint.
According to the Met Office, the temperature at Talacre hit 14 degrees.
I've heard some mad excuses but never that it is too hot in Wales in March. But at least we can sit in the sunshine while we are waiting for the train to arrive!
Trains were delayed for up to 20 minutes but commuters advised it would get back to normal when the sun dropped.
JK Rowling has replied to a school in Denbighshire via 'owl post' as they prepare to host a Harry Potter themed event during British Science Week.
The letter from the famous author, stamped by 'owl post', thanks the children of Ysgol Bodfari for getting in touch with her and tells them she is hoping to write another children’s book soon.
The school, near Denbigh, was successfully awarded a grant from the British Science Association, and the school’s Harry Potter themed event has been given the prestigious honour of being selected as a UK flagship for British Science Week, which ends this Sunday.
Pupils and staff will use Harry Potter’s magical wizarding world to think about science within the context of the changes happening in the world around them.