Gravitational waves were predicted by Einstein but have never been spotted. Welsh physicists are modelling their astronomical sources.Read the full story ›
Police searching for a man missing from Cardiff say a body's been found in woodland.
Alexander Tait was reported missing from his home in Canton last week, but was last seen in the Newport area on the morning of January 31st. A body was found in Wenallt woodlands near Rhiwbina yesterday.
South Wales Police says the 66 year old's family has been updated and the coroner has been informed. The death is not being treated as suspicious.
A judge said the three men were 'waiting in the wings to assist anyone ready to travel to Syria.'Read the full story ›
Videos taken by Aseel Muthana in the months before he left for Syria show he and Kristen Brekke pretending to be on jihad missions.Read the full story ›
Decent spells of sunshine expected this afternoon and remaining largely dry. A cold evening with clear skies and showers in the west.Read the full story ›
Despite her strong criticism of many European Union polices, Plaid Cymru MEP Jill Evans has launched her party's campaign to stay in the EURead the full story ›
Three men are facing jail for helping a teenager from Cardiff follow his older brother to Syria to join ISIS.Read the full story ›
Cardiff Metropolitan University has announced that it will be working with a Chinese TV company to bring a major media school to Wales.Read the full story ›
Cardiff Airport says it's recorded its 8th consecutive month of growth.
Passenger numbers for the month of January totalled almost 60,000 which is a 42% increase on January 2015. Passenger numbers grew by 56% in December compared to the same month in 2014, and over 64,000 passengers flew over the festive period.
Increasingly the choice of flights is encouraging business travellers to fly from Cardiff all year round, enjoying the convenience of flying locally. 2015 has been a real turning point for Cardiff Airport. We’ve had lots of exciting developments including a new base for Flybe with 14 routes on offer, as well as consistently strong performances from airlines including Thomson, KLM, Vueling, Aer Lingus and Thomas Cook.
Meanwhile the Welsh Government's announced that a new seven month contract for the air service between north and south Wales has been awarded to Van Air. Citywing will partner Van Air to provide the ticketing and marketing of the service.
A full tender for a longer term contract to operate the service will be launched shortly.