Tonight's specially extended Wales This Week, looks back at the case of Gordon Anglesea, who was convicted of indecent assault last week.Read the full story ›
The parents of Private Cheryl James who was found dead at Deepcut Barracks more than 20 years ago have been given a human rights award.Read the full story ›
Cloudy for all with the odd spot of rain, particularly across central and southern parts of Wales.Read the full story ›
Wrexham AFC has appointed Dean Keates as its permanent manager.
Keates, who was in temporary charge at the Racecourse following the sacking of Gary Mills earlier this month, has signed an 18-month contract until the end of the 2017/18 season.
Read more: Wrexham manager Gary Mills sacked by club
It will be first management position for Keates, who led Wrexham to FA Trophy victory in 2013 and made more than 150 appearances for the club as captain.
We are delighted to welcome Dean to Wrexham AFC as the club's new permanent manager following his period leading the interim management team. As expected, there was huge interest in the position of Wrexham AFC manager but we believe we have chosen the outstanding candidate to take the Club forward, to match our own aspirations and those of our supporters.
Dean is a man with an excellent pedigree in football, he is someone who knows all about Wrexham AFC and the fans expectations and someone who has a real passion for the Club. We believe has the knowledge, the drive and the determination to bring lasting success to the Club as we build for a successful future.
Keates will be unveiled as manager at a media conference this afternoon.
The area came fourth behind Peru, New Zealand and Portugal.Read the full story ›
Staying rather cloudy for much of the day in the south, perhaps with a little rain at first.Read the full story ›
Mostly dry with clear spells developing tonight in the north, which will allow some mist and fog patches to form.Read the full story ›
It's usually something reserved for the coast, but today the Pro Surf Challenge added a stop at Snowdonia to its tour.Read the full story ›
Construction of a new neonatal intensive care unit at Ysbyty Glan Clwyd will begin next month, following £18m worth of Welsh Government investment.
Work has also started to recruit the team who will work at the centre, including neonatal consultants. The unit, which will care for very sick and premature babies, is expected to open in 2018.
The centre will provide the best possible standards of care and clinical outcomes for mothers and their babies across North Wales, centralising intensive care at Ysbyty Glan Clwyd.
This investment reflects expert advice from the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health who recommended that the health board should plan to provide neonatal intensive care at one central site in the region.