Veterans' stories will be used for a new museum project in Normandy, which will document their memories of the Battle of France in WW2.Read the full story ›
Annie Lovelock was last seen around 3.30pm yesterday. Police are urging anyone who sees Annie to get in touch by calling 101.Read the full story ›
Rhys Priestland feels that it will be "a big surprise" if he is involved in Wales' clash against world champions New Zealand next Saturday.
Priestland, though, could not have done a lot more as a shining light of Wales' gloomy display in beating Six Nations wannabes Georgia 13-6.
The All Blacks have beaten Wales 29 times in succession and are undefeated against them since December 1953.
Gatland will be widely expected to recall Dan Biggar in the number 10 shirt, plus stars like full-back Leigh Halfpenny, lock Alun Wyn Jones and number eight Taulupe Faletau as Wales face what will be a Herculean task.
It will be a big surprise if I am involved... I am not too sure how much of a bearing this game (Georgia) will have... There were a lot of changes for this game, and there will be a lot of changes again.
We have been in this situation before when we have perhaps under-performed in the game against a tier two nation and everyone is doom and gloom.
And then, changes happen and the boys up their game, because if you don't up your game against the All Blacks it is going to be a very tough day at the office. I don't think this will have much of a bearing... to be honest.
Cloudy this evening with outbreaks of rain becoming widespread and locally heavy for a time over Snowdonia.Read the full story ›
Fly-tipping had increased by a quarter in a county where wheelie bins may soon be emptied only every four weeks, Tories have warned.Read the full story ›
Aled Jones will not appear on the BBC while the broadcaster investigates alleged inappropriate behaviour more than a decade ago.Read the full story ›
Wales are looking for a new manager after Chris Coleman resigned in order to take the vacant job at Sunderland.Read the full story ›
Chris Coleman has resigned as Wales manager and is set to take over at Sunderland.
The 47-year-old is expected to be confirmed as Simon Grayson's successor within the coming hours.
Coleman was in charge for the 49th time as Panama's stoppage-time equaliser denied Wales victory in a 1-1 draw in Cardiff on Tuesday night.
Talks over Coleman's future as Wales manager have been ongoing, with his contract due to finish at the end of the month.
Stolen eagle owl Sox made a break for freedom after being snatched by thieves.Read the full story ›