South Wales Fire and Rescue and Gwent Police are working together using modern technology to help prevent grassfires.Read the full story ›
A letter signed by both Carwyn Jones and Nicola Sturgeon spells out the key points in their stand off with the UK Government over Brexit.Read the full story ›
The Welsh Government's Permanent Secretary has told AMs she can't publish her report that there was no leak about Carl Sargeant's sacking.Read the full story ›
John Hartland's dog Rufus died after a suspected case of Alabama Rot.Read the full story ›
A family have been left devastated after a mobile charger caused a fire - completely destroying their home in Aberfan.Read the full story ›
The Met Office has issued a number of weather warnings for Wales this weekend, as things turn wintry once again!
Strong easterly winds will develop early on Saturday morning with some very strong gusts on the western side of high ground. Gusts of 60 mph are possible in places with a low likelihood of isolated 70 mph gusts. Winds will then ease from the north from later Saturday morning.
Not all places will see snow showers but where they do occur they may be organised into bands, resulting in locally 3 to 6 cm accumulating. Some melting of lying snow is expected during the middle of the day. There is a lower likelihood that more widespread falls of 5 to 10 cm may affect parts of the area, with 10 to 20 cm on hills. Ice and significant wind chill will be further hazards.
Independent AM Neil McEvoy, who was expelled from the Plaid Cymru Assembly group, waits to hear if he'll be thrown out of the party as well.Read the full story ›
Anti-racism campaigners have condemned a number of graffitied signs and posters which have appeared near Grange Gardens in Cardiff.Read the full story ›
Roy Linderburn was last seen in Swansea. Police said he is 'very vulnerable' and was not dressed appropriately for the weather.Read the full story ›