Sian Sykes is stand-up paddleboarding for five days through some of the toughest sections of the Anglesey coastline.Read the full story ›
Wales boss Chris Coleman and his wife Charlotte have announced the birth of their second child.
Posting on Twitter, Charlotte wrote that their little girl had "eventually made an appearance" yesterday lunchtime, weighing in at 9lbs and 1oz.
The couple, who married last year, already have one son together, 18-month-old Finley.
Eventually our little girl made an appearance this lunchtime - 9lbs 1 oz and was worth the wait!❤️❤️ yet to be named
The actress has received dozens of tweets congratulating her on her Everton move after fans confused her with footballer Ashley Williams.Read the full story ›
Water rationing and hosepipe bans were widespread. In South Wales, water supplies were switched off for 12 hours a night.Read the full story ›
He's already scooped a world record for the largest cucumber - gardener Phillip Vowles is hitting the headlines for his other giant veg.Read the full story ›
A green-fingered genius from south Wales, renowned for growing some of the world's biggest vegetables, is now causing quite a stir in the Big Apple.
Phillip Vowles and his monstrous marrows have caught the attention of filmmakers from New York, who are set to make a documentary about him.
Mr Vowles, who's from Llanharry, hit the headlines after growing four-foot long marrows and cabbages the size of an armchair.
The retired farm worker also broke a world record 20 years ago for the world's largest cucumber weighing in at 18.5lbs.
His record has since been beaten, but that doesn't stop Phillip from attempting to set a new record.
He will show off his latest creations at The Royal Glamorgan Show, which begins today.
Double yellow lines ever appear either side of Dave and Helen Carroll parked Ford Focus as they slept.Read the full story ›
A garage attendant has spoken of her shock after learning she sold the winning £61 million ticket for Friday's EuroMillions draw.Read the full story ›
If you were watching ITV's Coast and Country last week, you might remember the story of a mystery marriage proposal drawn in the sand at Rhossili Bay on Gower.
Lynn Courtney has been to meet Rhys Banwell - the Pontypridd man behind that very public proposal - and his fiancee Emma-Jayne Burgess.
EuroMillions winner Sonia Davies had just had successful tumour surgery when she rang her daughter asking her to buy a lottery ticket.Read the full story ›