Tracy Cockrell was found strangled on the sofa of their country farmhouse with partner Nigel McGrath hanged from a rafter.Read the full story ›
A fish and chip shop in Machynlleth has beaten off stiff competition to be crowned the best in Wales.Read the full story ›
A former fell-running champion has admitted the attempted murder of a British Athletics official and assaults on two other men who stepped in to help him.
Lauren Jeska pleaded guilty to attempting to kill former rugby player Ralph Knibbs, who was stabbed at the Alexander Stadium in Birmingham in March.
Jeska, 41, of Wesley Terrace in Machynlleth, Powys, also admitted two charges of having a knife in a public place, during a video-link appearance at Birmingham Crown Court.
The court heard the injuries of Jeska's other victims - accountant Timothy Begley and finance director Kevan Taylor - were "not of the most serious order".
Judge Philip Parker QC was told that the defendant had been the subject of psychiatric assessment but further reports would be necessary before she is sentenced on November 15.
A tribute to murdered schoolgirl April Jones has been repeatedly stolen from Machynlleth's town centre.
The pink ribbon was tied to railings ever since the five year old was abducted by Mark Bridger in October 2012. In 2013 Bridger was given a whole life sentence for her abduction and murder.
But in recent months the ribbon has repeatedly been taken, leaving April's family upset:
Please, whoever it is that keeps taking April's pink bow off the railings by the clock please stop.
It is upsetting sometimes that some people can be cruel.
Dyfed Powys Police have told ITV News that officers are aware.
The news comes in the same week that April's family have launched a new appeal to stamp out online abuse images.
The family of murdered schoolgirl April Jones have started a petition calling for all sex offenders to remain on the register for life.Read the full story ›
Plans for an upgrade at one of Wales' most notorious traffic bottlenecks go on display today.
The A487, at Machynlleth, is regularly closed by flooding or damage by vehicles. That leads to long diversions and disruption.
The proposed £24m scheme consists of a new viaduct structure which will cross the River Dyfi upstream of the existing bridge near Machynlleth.
The A487 is an important part of the Welsh north-south and east-west trunk road network. However the current Dyfi Bridge creates a pinch-point on this important road. This new bridge will greatly improve safety, journey times and network resilience, while enabling the historic Grade II* listed original bridge to remain in place.
The Chimes cafe in Machynlleth put a sign outside saying: "The more you weigh, the harder you are to kidnap! Stay safe. Eat cake!"Read the full story ›
Rhys Lewis from Machynlleth was paralysed when a tree fell on him. Twelve months later he cycled 50 miles for the medics that saved him.Read the full story ›
The Dyfi Bridge is the subject of a flood warning, while there are 13 further flood alerts in place.
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The Centre for Alternative Technology near Machynlleth is forty years old this year.
For the last four decades, it has been promoting alternatives to mainstream energy sources as well as making people more aware of their responsibilities to the environment.
It's also become quite a tourist attraction having had around two million visitors through its doors as Kevin Ashford reports: