The RSPCA is reminding pet owners to update chips as Harvey the dalmatian, who found 140 miles away at a bus stop, is still unclaimed.Read the full story ›
A nine year old girl from South Wales has received a national award for her courage and kindness.
Mia Thorne has cerebral palsy and wants to make sure children get as much help as possible. As well as fundraising, she's an ambassador for the disabled children's charity Caudwell Children.
Our Education Reporter Megan Boot, went to Mia's school in Pontypridd to find out more about her:
A nine-year old from Pontypridd has received a surprise visit at her primary school to be given a prestigious award for helping others.Read the full story ›
An appeal has gone out to trace the owners of a Dalmatian dog which was found in freezing weather conditions at a bus stop in England but is registered as coming from Pontypridd.
The RSPCA says the dog, named Harvey, was found alone at a bus stop near Shedfield Common in Hampshire.
He is believed to be around three years old and was so weak he could barely lift his head or wag his tail, says the RSPCA.
Harvey is microchipped with a registered address in Ynysybwl, Pontypridd - but the phone numbers on the chip are not recognised.
RSPCA is now trying to find his owners.
We are desperate to know how he came to be in this state and where his owners are.
We hope someone in Wales or in the Hampshire area may recognise him and come forward.
Anyone with information should call 0300 123 8018.
Valleys singer-songwriter Amy Wage won a Grammy for best song for "Thinking Out Loud" which she co-wrote with Ed Sheeran.Read the full story ›
David Dunn battered Darran Almond to death because he thought he had slept with his girlfriend.Read the full story ›
A young woman from Pontypridd is hoping to inspire a sense of community in the Valleys by encouraging young people to volunteer.Read the full story ›
Johanna Powell of Pontypridd was asleep when a boat overturned on a river in South East Asia.Read the full story ›
It's sunny, there's not a cloud in the sky, it's packed down the market and all the men are wearing their best suits - it's Pontypridd in 1963.
This beautifully captured film from the ITV/HTV/TWW archive portrays day to day life in 60s Pontypridd.
People are shopping at the market, eating fish and chips and toe-tapping to rock & roll outside the record shop. A nostalgic look back to the way things were.
RSPCA says dogs have have become ill after walking them close Pontypridd Cottage Hospital.Read the full story ›