The ITV Wales team has been raising money for Text Santa, ahead of next Friday's live show on ITV.
Da Vinci's Demons tells the early life of Leonardo da Vinci, portraying him as both inventor and adventurer.Read the full story ›
The Welsh Rugby Union has been urged to ban the song - regularly sung by Welsh rugby fans - after claims it trivialises a woman's murder.Read the full story ›
The former Ford and Visteon factory in Swansea has been transformed into a set for a hit American show about the life of Leonardo Da Vinci.Read the full story ›
The true story of gay and lesbian activists' support for the Welsh miners in the 1980s has been nominated for a Golden Globe award.
Pride - starring Bill Nighy and Paddy Considine - is one of five films competing for Best Motion Picture.
The cast and crew worked closely with families involved in the strikes during filming - much of which took place in the South Wales valleys.
A Swansea theatre is turning down a large sign dotted with bullet holes after neighbours complain of 'anxiety, fear and sleep deprivation'Read the full story ›
The WRU has defended the song by comparing its dark subject matter to the best of Shakespeare's works.Read the full story ›
The world's biggest pop act, One Direction will play an extra night at the Millennium Stadium as part of their 2015 UK and Ireland tour.
The tour, which went on sale at the weekend, has already sold out every single one of its 26 shows.
The band will now perform two summer shows in Cardiff due to 'overwhelming demand', before kicking off the autumn run with six dates at The O2 in London.
One Direction's new album 'FOUR' is their biggest yet – having hit No.1 on the iTunes chart in 85 countries with sales of over 2 million in just one week. The album has also seen them make history by becoming the first ever act to debut at the top of the US Billboard charts with each of their first four albums.
Tickets go on sale at 9am on Saturday 13 December.
A Welsh teenager has devised her own Welsh lyrics to the Disney song 'Let It Go'.Read the full story ›
Carl Edwards has the latest edition of Newsweek Wales.Read the full story ›