A Caerphilly woman is taking cafe culture to a new level by opening a cafe in her front room.
There are fresh allegations of neglect at a hospital run by the same health board that runs the Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend.
Leaders of a Cardiff mosque, attended by 3 young men who are now fighting in Syria, say they had nothing to do with their radicalisation.
A teenager reported missing from his home in Bargoed has been found, police say.
Curtis Gingell, 14, had not been seen since 4th July. Gwent Police says he's been located safe and well.
Some of Wales' most famous faces are taking part in a spot of golf to raise money for charity.
They are taking on teams from England, Scotland and Ireland in this year's Celebrity Cup at the Celtic Manor in Newport.
At the end of round 2 Wales were in second place, just one point behind Scotland.
Gethin Jones and Gareth Edwards are part of the team representing Wales.
Mrs Browns Boys' creator Brendan O'Carroll is also part of Team Ireland. He said:
"I play in charity golf events all over the world and this has been the best welcome we've ever had. It's like coming home.
"We're here to raise money for some great charities but the whole point is to have fun. The sun is out and I'm enjoying myself. We're all having a ball."
The Government has frozen the assets of three British citizens reported to have been involved in terrorism-related activities in Syria.
Nasser Muthana and Reyaad Khan, both from Cardiff, and Ruhul Amin, from Aberdeen, has been added to the Treasury's list of people targeted for financial sanctions, its website states.
Muthana and Amin appeared in a promotional video for the Islamist militant group Isis.
This weekend celebrities will be testing out their golfing skills, as they battle it out to win the Celebrity Cup.
The event - which is held at the Celtic Manor resort in Newport - aims to raise thousands of pounds for charity.
Nicola Hendy went along to see preparations, and got a golf lesson from TV's Gethin Jones.
In his summing up Judge Crowther said "You saw them (the victims) not as people, but as what you could take from them... it was a business model to target and intimidate, displaying an utter lack of pity or humanity.
He spoke of the victims which he said were all chosen because of they were elderly or vulnerable.
Each of them had been caused "upset & embarrassment". The judge went on to say how the trauma suffered has worsened the mental deterioration of one victim who now also suffers from paranoia.