RNLI lifeguards are getting ready to 'Hit the Surf' again this summer as the charity’s beach safety programme makes its annual return.Read the full story ›
Heathrow airport has pledged to use British steel if it is allowed to build a new runway, as Indian conglomerate Tata continues to assess bids for its UK assets.
A shortlist of seven bidders has been drawn up, with thousands of jobs resting on a successful sale, including over 4,000 at the giant plant at Port Talbot in south Wales.
Tata has not set a deadline for bids to be submitted, but a decision is drawing closer.
Heathrow chairman Lord Deighton will today visit the Severfield steel plant in North Yorkshire to confirm the pledge to advertise its requirements for steel in the UK.
An airports commission has recommended an expansion at Heathrow rather than Gatwick, but the Government has yet to give the go ahead.
Wales' first ever fuel bank is being launched today in Cardiff.Read the full story ›
A press conference is due to be held tomorrow, where it's thought they'll announce a contract extension for Chris Coleman.Read the full story ›
More than 1000 people from companies across Wales have been volunteering to highlight how important it is to give up your time for others.Read the full story ›
The Newsweek Quiz - where we will be testing your knowledge from the last seven days of news here in Wales.Read the full story ›
Wales' Jazz Carlin has secured silver in the 800m freestyle at the European Championships.
Carlin was defending champion but had to settle for silver in 8:23.52 behind Boglarka Kapas of Hungary, who won in 8:21.40.
I would've loved to have got the gold, but I raced tough. It's about working hard and to race hard. You'll get those close races in Rio."