The so-called 'supertoy' is the brainchild of an Aberdare entrepreneur and is set to go into production following an online funding drive.
Campaigners fighting to save Abergavenny's cattle market have vowed to appeal the High Court's decision.
The London High Court will decide on Thursday whether the cattle market in Abergavenny can be closed and demolished.
Delays of up to one hour on Arriva Trains Wales between Newport and Hereford are expected due to broken down train at Abergavenny.
There is no estimate for when a normal service will resume.
A World War Two veteran is calling for the criteria for the Bomber Command clasp to be extended after being told he wasn't eligible despite flying bombers for 40 operations.
Dennis Moss who lives near Abergavenny, was based in Italy. He feels the bravery of the Central Mediterranean Force should be recognised within the clasp. Megan Boot reports.
A Welsh entrepreneur has attracted the support of actor and comedian Stephen Fry as he aims to create what he claims is the world's first 'naturally talking' teddy bear.
Tech expert Ashley Conlan from Abergavenny has relied on donations using the crowd-funding website Kickstarter to help fund the project.
He is now celebrating after reaching the £30,000 milestone needed to see him go into production, and hopes the toy could be on shelves by Christmas time.
The bear uses artificial intellligence, a smartphone app and thousands of pre-scripted answers to 'converse' with children.
Meet the 'supertoy' and its Welsh creator.
The man behind the bear that can hold a conversation - on ITV Cymru Wales - on Wednesday.
Police say a Peregrine Falcon has been found in the Abergavenny area with serious injuries after being shot.
Because of its wounds, the bird - which is an endangered species - had to be put down.
The incident was reported to police on Monday afternoon.
Anyone with information is asked to call 101.
The incident happened at 10.20am when the crew from Blaenavon were responding to a call.
Five crew members were injured. It's thought it took around two hours to free the most seriously injured firefighter from the scene.
He's been taken to the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff complaining of neck injuries and a possible broken leg.
Three other firefighters were taken to Nevill Hall hospital with back injuries. The fifth injured firefighter was allowed to leave the scene.The road has been closed for most of the day as police investigate what happened.
Police are at the scene of a road traffic collision involving a fire engine near Abergavenny.
The incident took place on the Blaenavon to Govilon Road this morning.
Five of the fire engine crew received injuries, one member received serious injuries, and all have been taken to hospital for treatment.
Police say the entire road has been closed and diversions will remain in place for the next few hours while officers investigate.
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A small church in the village of Cwmyoy near Abergavenny has a distinctive leaning tower and tilted walls. The church is still in use, with around 6 attending for Sunday mass.
St Martin's lean is due to a landslide, which folklore says was caused by an earthquake during Christ's crucifixion.
A 46-year-old man from Blaina, who died following a road traffic collision in Abergavenny on Wednesday evening, has been named by police as Mark Anthony Francis.
Gwent police say the collision involved a pedestrian and two vehicles at around 7pm on the A465 between the Abergavenny turn off and the Hardwick roundabout.