Anna Ryder Richardson has been cleared of safety breaches after an incident at her wildlife park which left a young boy seriously injured.
A late-medieval house from Haverfordwest will be unveiled to the public today after being rebuilt brick-by-brick at St Fagans museum.
Ten years ago, the water-crowfoot faced extinction. But thanks to farmers and conservationists working together, it's thriving again.
Two people were injured when a light aircraft crashed near Cardigan. The incident has now been referred to the Air Accident Investigation Branch.
Two people have been injured after a light aircraft crashed into a tree near Cardigan this morning.
They have both been taken to hospital, but are not believed to have serious injuries.
The incident has now been referred to air accident investigation branch.
Three fire crews were called after a plane struck a tree at Rhos-Hill this morning. No one's thought to have been seriously injured. The two-seater aircraft came down shortly after 11 o'clock, say Mid and West Wales fire service.
Dyfed-Powys Police has confirmed there was a fatal road traffic collision at 5.56am this morning involving two heavy goods vehicles.
The road on the eastbound carriageway of the A48 at the Maesybont junction will remain closed so that collision investigators can carry out inquiries at the scene and for the recovery of the two vehicles.
Anyone who might have been travelling in this area around the time of the incident, and has information which could help with inquiries, is asked to contact officers at Carmarthen Police Station on 101.
One woman has died and three women have been injured in a car crash on the A4069 Llangadog to Brynamman road in Carmarthenshire.
The incident happened at around 8.50pm yesterday evening. Four women were travelling in a Ford KA when it left the road and went down an embankment.
Dyfed-Powys Police officers along with other emergency services attended and attempts were made to rescue the women, but tragically a passenger in the car had sustained fatal injuries.
The other women were conveyed by air ambulance to hospital and the extent of their injuries are unknown.
The number of parking tickets issued in Ceredigion has more than tripled since the local authority took over.
In the last six months 4,653 tickets have been handed out by Ceredigion County Council traffic wardens, compared to 1,367 when the police were in charge of prosecuting motorists.
It means more than £135,000 has been paid in fines.
There were chaotic scenes particularly in Aberystwyth when the town was left without traffic wardens because of a delay in the county council taking over the running of parking enforcement.
Ceredigion County Council now employs six permanent and two temporary civil parking enforcement officers. The authority says the wardens have helped improved the flow of traffic as well as the availability of loading and disabled bays.
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The Welsh history of a toy collection spanning 200 years is set to be preserved in digital form on the website, People's Collection Wales.
The toys from the West Wales Museum of Childhood in Llangeler, Carmarthenshire, include a wooden John Gilpin horse rider toy dated between 1908 and the 1920s, some of the first machine-washable teddies, made in the 1950s and a Winchester Saddle Gun from the 1960s.
The owners of the museum, Hilary Kennelly, 59, and husband Paul, 64, have been collecting toys for forty years.
People’s Collection Wales is a partnership project between Amgueddfa Cymru – NationalMuseum Wales, the National Library of Wales and the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historic Monuments of Wales. It is funded by the Welsh Government.
£4 million is set to be invested in the Pembrokeshire theme park, Oakwood, in what's being described as the largest investment at the park for more than a decade.
Officials say the funding will be used to create a new family park area - featuring a series of new rides - at the popular west Wales attraction.
The new development will feature seven new rides and attractions, including a water ride alongside a series of children's play areas and other themed attractions.
The park director Dominic Jones has also said that "family-friendly facilities" will be created including baby-changing facilities, high chairs and microwaves.
Mr Jones said: "It is also a direct response to visitor feedback we have received.
"As well as creating a must-see new destination for families, the development also represents a major boost for the local economy and will create a number of new jobs."
The full details are expected to be released early next year and work is set to start on site in the next few weeks.
They anticipate the new family park will open before the next summer holidays.