The parents of a young boy from Anglesey say they're determined to find a missing dog that was bought to aid his recovery from surgery.Read the full story ›
The RSPCA said the animal had found himself in "quite a predicament" after becoming trapped in the tight space.Read the full story ›
Humboldt penguins are classed as an endangered species, with only 7,000-10,000 estimated to be left in the wild.Read the full story ›
Appeal after dead python found in Valleys lakeRead the full story ›
A bin-raiding dog from Penarth has reached the finals of the UK's largest pet slimming competition.Read the full story ›
Monmouthshire Council says it's taking steps to correct the misspelt 'Alpaca crossing' road sign.
Yesterday we brought you the story of a couple who swapped banking for alpaca farming and applied to their local council for a crossing sign to warn drivers of the possibility of alpacas crossing the road.
Read more: Why did the alpaca cross the road?
After the story aired on Wales at Six, we received a few messages pointing out that the Welsh translation was spelled wrong and should have been 'Alpacaod yn croesi' instead of 'Alpacaod un croesi.'
Monmouthshire Council says it's grateful to those who pointed out the error.
We are aware that a sign on the B4235 Chepstow to Usk road is incorrect. There appears to have been an error within the Welsh translation we received. We are taking steps to rectify this and are grateful to those who have pointed it out.
Tubby, a labrador from Torfaen, held a Guinness World Record for his services to recycling.Read the full story ›
A homesick sheepdog has returned home to his Welsh owners - after being given to a farm more than 200 miles away.Read the full story ›
If you're driving down the lanes in Monmouthshire and spot an alpaca crossing the road, don't worry you're not seeing things.Read the full story ›
Chloe's owner was mistakenly told her missing cat was dead - but they have since been reunited after the cat was handed into a pet shelter.Read the full story ›