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Brexit Secretary David Davis has held an initial meeting with First Minister Carwyn Jones ahead of the start of talks between the UK Government and the leaders of Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Mr Davis told Political Editor Adrian Masters that he wants to ensure the interests of Wales are protected but insisted that none of the devolved nations can have a veto over the final deal.
Asked what would happen if they were unhappy with a Brexit deal, he said 'my job is to make them happy.'
Two disabled veterans from Bridgend have given away a thousand free meals in a 'random act of kindness'.
Tom Weaver and Phillip Loveday saved their pensions to put £1,500 towards the food. That donation was matched by a local business.
The pair say they wanted to thank the people of the town for helping them stay independent.
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Nicola Hendy goes underground in the Upper Swansea Valley, to explore the deepest cave network in the UK.Read the full story ›
A former fell-running champion has admitted the attempted murder of a British Athletics official and assaults on two other men who stepped in to help him.
Lauren Jeska pleaded guilty to attempting to kill former rugby player Ralph Knibbs, who was stabbed at the Alexander Stadium in Birmingham in March.
Jeska, 41, of Wesley Terrace in Machynlleth, Powys, also admitted two charges of having a knife in a public place, during a video-link appearance at Birmingham Crown Court.
The court heard the injuries of Jeska's other victims - accountant Timothy Begley and finance director Kevan Taylor - were "not of the most serious order".
Judge Philip Parker QC was told that the defendant had been the subject of psychiatric assessment but further reports would be necessary before she is sentenced on November 15.