A simple poem inspired by a devastating event. The Boston bombings shocked the world, and motivated Jodie Richards to pick up a pen.
100 years ago today, the ship which carried Captain Scott and his crew on their fateful South Pole expedition returned to the capital.
The 61-year-old singer, who represented the UK with 'Believe In Me', finished 19th out of 26 acts last night with 23 points.
The Disasters Emergency Committee says more than £821,000 has been raised in Wales during the past week for its appeal following the devastating typhoon in the Philippines.
A concert by Welsh language channel S4C to raise money for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan is underway. This picture was sent in by Casia Wiliam.
Neil Walton, from Bridgend, is headteacher of Cebu International School in the Philippines. He has sent this video as he travels north of Cebu City distributing aid parcels to those in the worst affected areas after Typhoon Haiyan swept across the country.
Welsh language channel, S4C is holding a special concert to raise money for the Philippines Typhoon Appeal tonight. Thousands of people have died and tens of thousands are homeless on the islands.** **Singers Paul Potts and Bryn Fôn are among some of the famous faces who'll be performing.
The headteacher of Cebu International School in the Philippines, originally from Bridgend, is coordinating his own typhoon relief effort. Pupils at the school have been busy packing aid parcels to be sent north of Cebu City to those who've yet to receive aid after typhoon Haiyan hit.
Neil Walton from Bridgend has sent these photos showing the devastation inflicted by typhoon Haiyan on Cebu in the Philippines. He is coordinating a relief effort from Cebu International School, of which he is headteacher. He is travelling north of Cebu City distributing aid parcels.
A teacher from Bridgend has joined efforts in the Philippines to get more aid to some of the most badly-affected communities in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan.
Neil Walton is headteacher of an international school at Cebu - one of the many places to have been devastated by the storm.
As the people of the Philippines continue to struggle with the devastation caused by one of the most powerful storms ever recorded, the Filipino community in Wales has desperately been waiting for news of family and friends caught up in the disaster.
The latest figures reveal the shocking scale of the crisis. Twelve thousand people are now feared dead, 800,000 people need the most basic of supplies such as water and shelter, and some 4.3 million people were in the path of the typhoon - that's one and half times the entire population of Wales.
ITV News has been speaking to the Filipino community here about how they are trying to support loved ones on the other side of the world.
The family of a Welsh guardsman killed in Afghanistan say that losing him has left a huge hole in their lives.
They say an inquest into the death of Lance Corporal Lee Davies has answered many of their questions and given them some closure.
A coroner in Oxford ruled that Lee and an RAF policeman from Shropshire were unlawfully killed while on active service.
A coroner has ruled that a Welsh soldier was unlawfully killed whilst on active service in Afghanistan last year.
An inquest into the death of Lance Corporal Lee Davies, as well as Corporal Brent McCarthy from Shropshire, has been held in Oxford.
The inquest was told the British soldiers were killed by two Afghan policemen, in a so-called green-on-blue shooting, moments after they had all been chatting and posing for photographs with the men.