Wales could be set to welcome a new and very lucrative industry - truffle farming.
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The first ever Welsh truffle has been found in Monmouthshire with hopes that more will surface in a few months time.
Parks and open spaces in Cardiff have been awarded more prestigious Green Flags than anywhere else in Wales.
The flags are presented every year by the charity Keep Wales Tidy in recognition of well-kept public areas, with the Welsh capital awarded a record ten green flags at this years' presentation.
Flags were awarded to Bute Park, Cardiff Bay Barrage, Cathays Cemetery, Flat Holm Island, Grange Gardens, Parc Cefn Onn, Roath Park, Rumney Hill Gardens, Thornhill Cemetery and Victoria Park.
Cardiff Council's ten Green Flags are a testament to the efforts of the staff and volunteers who work tirelessly to maintain the standards demanded by the Green Flag Award. It is thanks to them that we have so many fantastic facilities available on our doorstep.
The Marine Conservation Society is calling on people in Wales to get involved with the UK's biggest ever Beach Clean Up.Read the full story ›
Campaigners in Caerphilly are celebrating a council u-turn over its local development plan.Read the full story ›
A new report says urgent action is needed to protect communities in Wales from the risks of flooding and heatwaves caused by climate change.Read the full story ›
Churches are turning to modern technology to help manage their centuries-old churchyards.
For hundreds of years, the maintenance of burial records has been confined to written registers and books, together with hand drawn maps and plans – but that’s about to change.
In a pilot project for Llandaff Diocese, four parishes are trying out aerial drones, as part of a new mapping system, so people can find graves more easily.
Images taken by the drones will be combined with photographs of headstones and scans of handwritten records.
The main aim of the system is to make churchyards more easily manageable for parishes but it will also provide a vehicle for historical information and allow easy access to family history.
The use of drones in the survey has the added benefit of enabling us to check the condition of our church buildings without having to erect scaffolding.
The Welsh Government is opening the doors, free of charge, to all of its directly-managed Cadw sites on Sunday 26 June to mark Wales’ historic achievement at reaching the Final 16 in the European 2016 Football Championship.
We entered this competition with a real feeling that qualification was just the start for this group of players and we were right.
From fan behaviour to Wales’ performance on the pitch, this tournament has captured the hearts and minds of this country and really helped to showcase to the rest of the world what Wales is truly capable of.
'One Last Breath' is a harrowing film intended to warn people of the dangers of swimming in reservoirs.Read the full story ›
Wind farms are becoming an increasingly common sight, but they have often been met with anger and opposition from nearby residents.Read the full story ›
New research shows people still aren't recycling properly across Wales.Read the full story ›