The group, which meets every month for afternoon tea, raised money to keep their bus on the road - with help from ITV viewers!Read the full story ›
The first meeting of the UK's largest voluntary women's organisation was held on Anglesey in North Wales on September 16th 1915.Read the full story ›
A sprawling, 122-room mansion near Abergele, Conwy has just made it on to the list of Britain's 10 most endangered buildings.
But what is Kinmel Hall, and how long has it been standing empty?
Here are 10 things you might not already have known:
- Kinmel Hall was designed and built in the 1870s by an English architect.
- It's palatial in scale with around 18 acres of gardens and 122 rooms.
- Originally built as a private home, it had around 50 bedrooms and 60 private quarters for servants.
- It's rumoured that there was also a room entirely dedicated to ironing newspapers.
- Over the years, the hall has changed its identity a number of times, becoming a school, a health spa and a hospital.
- It's now been left unoccupied for 20 years.
- The identity of the current owner is thought to be unknown.
- Nicknames for the hall now include the 'Welsh Versailles' and 'discount Downtown'.
- It's a Grade I listed building.
- It's thought to be Wales' largest surviving country house of its kind.
With experts warning that false widow spiders could soon be 'invading' our homes, we take an in-depth look at these eight legged creatures.Read the full story ›
Around 20 celebrities feature in the recording of 'Bread of Heaven', with filming taking place at well-known locations around Cardiff.Read the full story ›
Royal author Brian Hoey has met the Queen on many occasions.
Speaking on Newsweek Wales, the author described his first meeting with Her Majesty.
People living close to a former lifeboat station in St Davids are worried they'll lose their access to the sea if the boathouse is sold.Read the full story ›
Queen Elizabeth II became Britain's longest serving monarch earlier today.
Megan Boot has been looking at Wales's connection with the Her Majesty.
Youngsters from six primary schools across Cardiff sang for the Queen this morning, to mark the day that she becomes Britain's longest-reigning monarch.
Pupils from Thornhill, Christ The King, Baden Powell, Llanedeyrn, St John Lloyd and Greenway primary schools appeared live on ITV's Good Morning Britain programme, singing a rendition of 'God Save The Queen'.
Primary schools in Belfast, London and Scotland also took part in the broadcast, marking the Queen's record reign of 63 years and 7 months.
Check out the children's rendition below:
A naked swim event for women only will be held this weekend to help women with their "body confidence".Read the full story ›