Former detectives quizzed as part of the UK's biggest police corruption probe have launched legal action against their former employers.Read the full story ›
A herd of 500 wild horses in Caerphilly are being shot with darts of contraceptives, in a bid to stop the animals from over-breeding.Read the full story ›
The Pro 12 season kicks off this evening with the Dragons and Ospreys both travelling to Ireland for their opening fixtures.Read the full story ›
A deputy leader of the Green Party of England and Wales is trying to switch from campaigning in London to becoming a candidate in next year's Welsh Assembly election. Amelia Womack is originally from Newport but until now has been very much a London politician, living in Lambeth and fighting the Camberwell & Peckham Westminster constituency.
She's seeking the nomination for the Cardiff Central constituency and -more significantly- hoping to be top of the Wales Green Party's regional list for South Wales Central. Opinion polls have occasionally suggested that the Greens could gain a list seat in the Senedd.
I am excited to be running for selection for the Welsh Assembly next year. This is a real opportunity for the Green Party to provide a platform for radical change across Wales. Our country needs a Green voice more than ever, and the May elections offer a genuine chance to make that a reality.
The Wales Green Party is part of the England and Wales party, although the Scottish Greens are a separate organisation. They have won seats in the Scottish Parliament but there are seven list seats in each region of Scotland, compared to four in Wales. The rise of UKIP, which expects to pick up list seats in the Assembly next May, makes the task of a smaller party tougher than ever.
Eyewitnesses say force of the strike threw 51-year-old Jeremy Prescott into the air and melted his shirt.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for information following a road crash in which an 11 year-old boy was flown to hospital by air ambulance.
The collision happened on Penrhiwceiber Road, Mountain Ash at around 0845 this morning.
Police and emergency services attended and the Wales Air Ambulance took the boy to the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff. His condition is described as critical.
South Wales Police says it wants to trace the rider of a red motorbike which left the scene moments after the incident.
Anyone with information is asked to call 101 quoting reference number 1500323884.
Plans have been unveiled to revive the South Wales Dragon Studios. The 'Valleywood' studios has had a trouble history since its development.Read the full story ›