It brings the total funding to £13m over the next four years.Read the full story ›
Leanne Wood has today urged Prime Minister Theresa May not to pursue a deal for exiting the European Union that would "galvanise" the UK's inequalities.
The Plaid Cymru leader said that with inflation rising to 2.3% last week, the majority of people are likely to feel a squeeze on their living standards.
She added that the Prime Minister's vision for exiting the EU must include safeguards to protect the economies of all nations and regions of the UK, not just the City square mile in London.
With just a few days remaining until the Prime Minister formally triggers the UK's exit from the EU, it is vital that she takes the economic interests of all parts of these islands into account. This means pursuing a Brexit that not only provides for the City square mile in London, but which safeguards jobs and trade in all nations and regions of the UK.
Monday will be another warm day in light winds, with some cloud in the east, and the best of the sunshine in the west.Read the full story ›
Another fine and dry day with long sunny spells.Read the full story ›
Welsh acts Jamie Miller and Into The Ark have made it to the final of ITV's The Voice UK.Read the full story ›
Mind Cymru is calling for specialist mother and baby units to be reinstated in Wales.Read the full story ›
Gunter believes Wales will prove they are not a one-man band when they try to keep their World Cup qualification hopes alive without Bale.Read the full story ›
Dyfed-Powys Police are appealing for witnesses after a 19-year-old died in a crash at Llancynfelyn neeat Machynlleth.
The incident, which occurred on Saturday morning, involved one vehicle.
The family have been informed and are being supported by police.
There will be long clear spells tonight, which will lead to a cold night for all.Read the full story ›
Wales midfielder Joe Ledley has angrily denied accusations that he laughed at Seamus Coleman's horror injury in Dublin.Read the full story ›