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Wales school cash reserves drop 'should ring alarm bells'
Fri 20/10/2017 06:07
New figures suggest schools are using cash reserves to "plug" funding shortfalls, a union warns.
Brexit: £30m needed for economic shock, says Leanne Wood
Fri 20/10/2017 06:11
Before her party conference speech, Plaid's leader says firms should receive cash help with Brexit.
Elsie Scully-Hicks' injuries 'typical' of 'being shaken'
Thu 19/10/2017 13:23
The 18-month-old allegedly killed by her adoptive father died following "a single event", a court hears.
No applicants for GP job at locum-run Pembrokeshire surgery
Thu 19/10/2017 16:38
Not a single person applied to work as a GP in the surgery which is currently staffed by locums.
Wales represented for the first time at eSports finals
Thu 19/10/2017 07:03
Barney Morris makes it into the World Championship finals of one of the most popular gaming events.
New 'leaking' London to Cardiff trains taken out of service
Thu 19/10/2017 18:33
New trains running from London to Cardiff were called "the biggest fleet upgrade in a generation".
Rhys Webb 'heartbroken' over Wales policy, but will not renege on Toulon move
Thu 19/10/2017 22:35
Rhys Webb says he will not change his decision to join Toulon in 2018 - even though it means he will not be eligible to play for Wales.
Powys children's service failings raised two years ago, MP says
Thu 19/10/2017 19:05
An MP says he raised concerns about Powys children's services two years ago.
UK banks 'exposed to money laundering in South Africa'
Thu 19/10/2017 12:33
Lord Hain says up to £400m may inadvertently have been laundered by HSBC and Standard Chartered.
Teacher who grabbed pupil off windowsill not struck off
Thu 19/10/2017 20:54
Adrian Dursely was accused of excessive force after "grabbing" and "swinging" the child.
Cardiff Arms Park: Owners open to renewing stadium lease
Thu 19/10/2017 17:38
An alternative option is proposed after plans to redevelop Cardiff Arms Park were rejected.
Reforms will 'boost Wales' rural broadband and mobile services'
Thu 19/10/2017 17:17
The changes will cut the cost of housing phone masts on private land.
Virtual face created by cyclist using app on Cardiff roads
Thu 19/10/2017 20:00
Cyclist Anthony Hoyte created the virtual face on the roads of Cardiff using the Strava map app.
Powys Council leader 'sorry' for children's services failings
Thu 19/10/2017 22:16
Powys Council leader Rosemarie Harris apologises for failings in children's services.
Powys chief executive 'should not lead investigation'
Thu 19/10/2017 19:03
Jeremy Patterson "too close" to what has happened to children's services, says councillor.
'Real doubts' over Powys child improvements
Thu 19/10/2017 17:03
Plaid Cymru AM Simon Thomas says he has little confidence that senior officers at Powys county council can improve its children's services after a damning report.
'What's deportation?': Woman's fight to stay in Abergavenny
Thu 19/10/2017 15:41
Leah Waterman cares for her husband who cannot speak and requires 24 hour medical supervision.
Sir Tom: Jones: Encounter ‘made me feel terrible’
Thu 19/10/2017 09:39
Sir Tom Jones says he 'felt terrible' after being propositioned early in his career.
Have the Manic Street Preachers made their final album?
Thu 19/10/2017 09:28
Nicky Wire says "it's hard to see" the Manic Street Preachers releasing another album.
'Excalibur' sword in stone stolen from Brecon Beacons
Wed 18/10/2017 12:17
The King Arthur-inspired tourist attraction at Llangorse was found with its sword missing.