Defenders Ben Davies and James Collins will miss Wales' crunch Euro 2016 qualifier against Belgium next month.Read the full story ›
Wales Team manager Chris Coleman will announce his squad later for next month's crucial World Cup qualifier against Belgium.
But some of the attention will likely to be focused on Gareth Bale's form for Real Madrid going into the game.
The striker recently faced criticism from Real Madrid fans after the team's Champions League exit.
A cloudy start to the morning but this should clear in most places leaving a dry and bright afternoon.Read the full story ›
The live semi-finals kick off tonight on Britain's Got Talent - and three Welsh acts will be among those battling it out this week.Read the full story ›
Mumbles in South Wales is among the most expensive seaside towns in the UK outside southern England, figures have revealed.
An average property there has a value of £271,349.
A survey of house prices in 196 seaside towns across the country by Halifax found that houses in Salcombe are the most costly, with a typical value of £672,874.
The least expensive is Port Bannatyne in Scotland, where a property will set you back £73,539 on average.
A mostly cloudy Bank Holiday afternoon, with the chance of some drizzle likely.Read the full story ›
The number of people with dementia is expected to double in the next generation. 850,000 people currently live with the condition.Read the full story ›
The three day annual event, held this year at Caerphilly castle is expected to attract thousands of visitors.Read the full story ›
Dramatic footage of a near escape on the train tracks has been issued as part of the latest rail safety campaignRead the full story ›
The former Labour minister Kim Howells has said his party is in the deepest crisis he can remember.
Speaking on the radio this morning, the ex-Pontypridd MP said the party 'lacks radical thinking'.
Mr Howells also said most of the creative thinking is 'coming from the right.'
He warned that Labour would become a 'small and unimportant party' if changes aren't made.
I think the problem is that it was unmitigated gloom, and that unmitigated gloom that Miliband promulgated was because nobody is thinking in a radical way within the Labour Party.
It's dull, it's boring it doesn't inspire anyone and that's because they've stopped thinking about what kind of society they want in the future.