The Northern Lights put on a spectacular show last night where the skies cleared over north Wales.
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Richard from MLA Photography fillmed this from Twyn-y-Gaer last night in the Brecon Beacons.
Elsewhere Matt Watkins from Pontypool was out and about capturing the show over Keeper's Pond at Blaenavon in this shot.
Glenn Smethurst took this photograph at Talacre Beach, Flintshire.
The British Geological Survey is reporting an earthquake in Newbridge.
Their website reports the quake measured 1.4 in magnitude and occurred in the early hours of this morning at a depth of 2km.
A seven-year-old boy plunged 100ft after his family became lost on one of the summits of Snowdon.
The young family was on 3,494ft Crib y Ddysgl yesterday when they ended up on broken and steep ground and the boy lost his footing.
Llanberis mountain rescue team called in a coastguard rescue helicopter from Caernarfon and a paramedic was dropped to the casualty. The helicopter then flew four rescue team members to assist the paramedic and recover the rest of the family.
After initial treatment the boy was flown directly to Ysbyty Gwynedd at Bangor where he was in a stable condition, a Llanberis team spokesman said.
A £1 million conservation project at Llancaiach Fawr Manor in Nelson, which has been funded from the Heritage Lottery Fund, Cadw and Caerphilly County Borough Council has been completed.
The Manor's servants quarters in the attics are being opened up for the first time. The improvements are aimed at offering visitors a complete picture of the household in 1645.
The fortified Manor was built in 1530 for Dafydd ap Richard and is said to be one of the finest examples of its type.
Snowdonia is one of four protected landscapes which are to be transformed by removing the electricity pylons and overhead lines that scar the view, under plans unveiled by National Grid.
Funding of £500 million will go to reducing the visual impact of stretches of high-voltage transmission lines in the national park and three other areas of England by replacing them with underground cables.
But the Brecon Beacons National Park was not prioritised for a share of the cash.
Reducing the visual impact of pylons and power lines in our most precious landscapes is highly desirable, but it is also very expensive and technically complex so we have had to make some difficult decisions.
Although four schemes have been prioritised, none of the locations on our original short list have been dropped and they will remain under consideration for future work to reduce the impact of National Grid's transmission lines under the vision impact provision project.
Parts of north and mid Wales are share a part of £1.2m lottery cash to preserve the native red squirrel across the UK.
Funding will go to support a four-year programme to secure the future of the native red, immortalised as "Squirrel Nutkin" by Beatrix Potter which has been driven out by the grey squirrel.
The project will involve culling grey squirrels to preserve existing areas which are free of the non-native species, for example on the island of Anglesey and in Kielder Forest, and protect conifer woodland habitat where red squirrels thrive and greys do not. It will extend existing red squirrel "protection zones" in mid-Wales and Merseyside and take a whole country approach to preserving the native reds in Northern Ireland.
A Brecon Beacons outdoor activity centre, which for years was run by the local council, has been reopened by a private company.Read the full story ›
In the third report looking at some of Wales' most idyllic and unique destinations, Alexandra Lodge visits Monmouth.Read the full story ›
Britain's rarest bee, the Large Mason Bee, which is found at only two sites in Wales, features on a Royal Mail stamp celebrating Britain's bees.
The creature is only found on the Llyn Peninsula and forages nectar from horse shoe vetch, bramble and bugle.