A 12-year-old girl from South Wales has wowed judges on Britain's Got Talent after singing a Whitney Houston classic.Read the full story ›
Welsh actor Michael Sheen has helped to fund the funeral of a Valleys campaigner after he died without any family or money to his name.Read the full story ›
Some of Wales' most popular contemporary folk artists will explore and celebrate the shared history and culture of Wales and England.
The musicians will dig into national archives to unearth traditional songs and tunes that have transcended the border and create new material.
The group will develop a new show using the material, songs and information that marks the similarities and embraces the differences of the material uncovered while going through the archives.
The artists will then perform in concerts across the country including Aberystwyth Arts Centre, the Wales Millennium Centre, and at the Cecil Sharp House in London.
The Beyond The Marches /Dros y Ffin project has been commissioned by Trac Cymru and the English Folk Dance and Song Society.
People living in Merthyr Tydfil have hit out at the latest national television series, which they say gives their town a bad name.Read the full story ›
A Welsh band is winning fans around the world after an unexpected call from the Pentagon.Read the full story ›
A blundering boyfriend surprised his girlfriend with tickets to see boyband One Direction play in Cardiff - but booked flights to Ireland not Wales.
Londoner Jake Boys, 23, thought Cardiff was the capital of Ireland when he organised the romantic trip. Jake surprised Emily Canham, 18, by telling her he would fly her away to see the X Factor stars on their stadium tour.
And her bought her a pair of tickets to see Niall, Liam, Harry and Louis at the Millennium Stadium in the Welsh capital in June.
But she was shocked that Jake had bought plane tickets were to Dublin after getting his geography mixed-up.
Jake is now planning to buy a new pair of train tickets to Cardiff for One Directions show in June this year.
The Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff has won a top award for its sustainability development.
It is one of 150 to receive a Queen's Award for enterprise in sectors ranging from car manufacturing and education to software design and fashion.
Ahead of their gig at Cardiff Castle in 1976 Quo members told HTV Wales their ambitions for the future.Read the full story ›
Wales' first Mermaid School is to open in Prestatyn. Children will get the chance to wear colourful tails as they to learn to swim.Read the full story ›
A choir from Bangor took the stage on last night's episode of Britain's Got Talent, impressing all four of the judges.Read the full story ›