A new memorial marking 150 years since a Welsh community was established in Patagonia has been unveiled at Princes Dock in Liverpool.
The voyage to South America set off from Merseyside in May 1865, carrying 153 people.
Their aim was to save the Welsh culture and language which they believed was under threat in their native Wales.
The community still exists in Argentina today, with a population of more than 70,000.
First Minister Carwyn Jones described it as "a remarkable story for a language like Welsh to thrive, all those years, across the Atlantic."
Welsh golfer Ian Woosnam holds a share of the lead going into the final round of the Wales Senior Open at the Celtic Manor Resort.
The 57-year-old former Masters champion shot a 66 in the second round, to move to four under par, alongside England's Paul Wesselingh.
It will be wet and windy this evening and through much of tonight with some heavy rain at times.Read the full story ›
Cooler and changeable conditions this weekend will keep pollen levels low.
The main grass pollen season is expected to start in early June, but even with low levels there will still be enough pollen airborne to cause issues for sensitive individuals.
Police in Bridgend are appealing for information following an assault which occurred in the Cefn Glas area of Bridgend at just before 10am yesterday morning.
A 44-year-old woman was left needing hospital treatment for facial injuries after she was attacked by a man as she walked along Merlin Crescent.
A 39-year-old local man has been arrested in connection with the incident and is in custody at Bridgend Police Station.
This was a nasty, unprovoked attack - a traumatic experience for the victim who is being treated at Morriston Hospital in Swansea for facial injuries.
This sort of incident is unusual and I want to reassure local people that following a swift police response the suspect was quickly arrested and he is in police custody.
Welsh golfing legend Ian Woosnam has set his sights on securing a home victory at the Wales Senior Open in Newport.Read the full story ›
It will be a bright start to Saturday, with some sunny spells. However, cloud and rain will reach the far west by late-afternoon.Read the full story ›
Lee Selby will challenge Evgeny Gradovich for the IBV World Featherweight title tonight.
The Barry-born boxer weighed in a pound lighter than his opponent yesterday afternoon.
He's aiming to be the 12th Welshman to be crowned world champion.
Speaking to Sky Sports, the 28 year old said there's alot riding on the fight.
The fight is expected to begin around 8pm tonight.
I know I'm up against it. Gradovich he's an established champion. I'm his fifth defence and his third mandatory, and he's unbeaten so his record says it all.
Researchers at Cardiff University have unveiled a new drug that's extending the lifetimes of some cancer patients.Read the full story ›
Over 240 cyclists are tackling a 120 mile trip from Taunton to Miskin in name of a child bereavement charity.
The riders began the trek on Friday 29th May and will reach Cardiff Castle this afternoon.
2 Wish Upon A Star is expected to raise up to £60,000 across the weekend.
The money raised will go towards helping families with immediate shock and trauma support.
The charity also hopes to improve the bereavement facilities in local hospitals and Accident and Emergency departments.
Previous cycle events succeeded in raising over £114,000 for the charity.
This is one of our main fundraising events and the money we raise makes a huge difference to the work of 2 Wish Upon A Star. We strive for it to be a very enjoyable and social event while remaining a big fundraising event for our charity. We are so lucky to have such dedicated people who are willing to give their time and money to help us fundraise at this event.