Aled Jones will not appear on the BBC while the broadcaster investigates alleged inappropriate behaviour more than a decade ago.Read the full story ›
Wales are looking for a new manager after Chris Coleman resigned in order to take the vacant job at Sunderland.Read the full story ›
Chris Coleman has resigned as Wales manager and is set to take over at Sunderland.
The 47-year-old is expected to be confirmed as Simon Grayson's successor within the coming hours.
Coleman was in charge for the 49th time as Panama's stoppage-time equaliser denied Wales victory in a 1-1 draw in Cardiff on Tuesday night.
Talks over Coleman's future as Wales manager have been ongoing, with his contract due to finish at the end of the month.
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The local authority want to move pupils from Cymer Afan Comprehensive School to a new build 14 miles away in Margam.Read the full story ›
A 13-year-old boy has died following a collision with a Ford Focus car.
South Wales Police is investigating a fatal collision which occurred on Eagle Road, St Athan in the Vale of Glamorgan on Thursday evening.
Officers are appealing for any witnesses who have not yet provided an account to contact 101, quoting occurrence 1700451694.
Gwent Police says five incidents have been reported in the last two months between the hours of 0600 and 0630 on weekdays.Read the full story ›
Dan Lydiate believes there will be "no better baptism of fire" than the one that awaits an inexperienced Wales pack tomorrow.
Lydiate, 29, captains a Wales team that sees the Ospreys flanker's 60-cap Test haul being almost twice the combined figure of his seven fellow forwards.
Prop Leon Brown, lock Adam Beard and flanker Sam Cross all make their first international starts, while Cardiff Blues second-row forward Seb Davies lines up at number eight for Georgia's Principality Stadium visit.
And with Georgia being renowned for their rugged, uncompromising approach up-front, Lydiate sees it as an ideal examination.
They (Georgia) will be rubbing their hands together. But to be fair, our boys will be doing the same. There will be nerves, but there is no better baptism of fire.
Time just flies, and now we have a load of youngsters coming through. In rugby, there will always be different stages of development, and at the moment I am at the back end of it and new boys are coming in.
I am excited to be here and captaining such a young bunch. As a pack, if we do well against a big, heavy Georgian eight, it will only stand us in good stead in the future.