The legacy of Dylan Thomas is celebrated at the Senedd
The love letters speak of a passionate affair between the poet and an American journalist
Three-year-old Harley has become an internet sensation through a smartphone App. 'Vine' lets users post short videos online.
North Wales Police is appealing for information after a man was hit by a car on the A4080 Llanfaelog on Anglesey at around 1am this morning.
The local man, aged in his twenties was left with serious head injuries, and was taken to Ysbyty Glan Clwyd.
The driver of the car, thought to be dark in colour and with possible front-end damage , failed to stop. Police are asking anyone with information regarding the incident to call 101.
Rhondda singer and actor Ian H Watkins has become the new patron of equality charity 'Pride Cymru'. The Steps star says he's thrilled to be working with the charity because of their work in tackling homophobia and hate crime.
A report from Malaysia on the business background of controversial Cardiff City owner and billionaire Vincent Tan.
Douglas Booth, one of the stars of Russell Crowe's new film, Noah, talks to ITV Wales on the red carpet of last night's Welsh premier.
Russell Crowe talks to ITV Cymru Wales about his family links to Wales, surfing in Pembrokeshire and working with Anthony Hopkins. The film star was in Cardiff last night for the Welsh premier of his new film, Noah.
Russell Crowe's visit to Cardiff comes after the actor attended similar screenings today in Dublin and Edinburgh.
A crowd waiting for Russell Crowe and other stars of the film 'Noah' has gathered outside the cinema in Cardiff ahead of its screening tonight.
Actor Russell Crowe visits Cardiff tonight for a screening of his new film Noah.
Leaving Edinburgh , thanks for the big welcome and the single malt, nice and warm now, off to Cardiff
On the plane bound for Cardiff. #Noah
The un-dead terrorised the streets of Cardiff yesterday for a zombie chase game. Called 2.8 Hours Later, it was in tribute to Danny Boyle's post-apocalyptic movie 28 Days Later.
– Simon Evans, organiser
It's like becoming a character in your very own horror film. It’s incredible to see our players become totally immersed in the narrative they seem to love the adrenaline kick they get from playing the game.
The story creates a convincing world of gritty realism, where players struggle to tell where the actors start and stop the public begin.
The lines between reality and game are constantly blurred and broken, and hearts genuinely do get pumping and minds start racing.
Flesh-eating zombies flooded Cardiff yesterday. It was all part of a giant "zombie chase game". The event was called 2.8 Hours Later in tribute to Danny Boyle's post-apocalyptic movie 28 Days Later.
Zombies roamed the streets of the Welsh capital trying to 'infect' participants. Invisible ink was used to show who was infected and who wasn't. The game, for over 18s, has been compared to the schoolyard favourite, tag, and culminated in a zombie disco.