Storm Brian gale to close Aberystwyth seafront
Aberystwyth's seafront is to close on Saturday as Wales is set to be hit by winds of up to 70mph.
Oxbridge Welsh student intake unacceptable, says Kinnock
Welsh students are 'less likely' to reach Oxbridge than their English peers from wealthier boroughs.
Home Office U-turn over stroke survivor's wife's visa
Leah Waterman had previously been told she must go back to the Philippines to apply for a visa.
Plaid Cymru needs to earn trust of voters, Leanne Wood says
Leanne Wood tells the Plaid Cymru conference the party can offer voters 'a new way for Wales'.
Derek Brundrett inquest: Failed referrals before teen's death
A teenager found hanged should have received mental health treatment, an inquest hears.
Call for police to allow north Wales medicinal cannabis cafe
North Wales Police said cannabis remains a Schedule 1 drug and they would have to enforce the law.
Man, 44, arrested after suspected Chepstow sex attack
Police say a man is in custody and a cordon had been set up around houses in the Chepstow area.
Solik South Africa murders: Man 'confessed after promise'
Roger and Christine Solik, from Abercynon, were murdered in South Africa.
Wales school cash reserves drop 'should ring alarm bells'
New figures suggest schools are using cash reserves to "plug" funding shortfalls, a union warns.
The Gentle Good wins Welsh Music Prize 2017
The singer-songwriter and folk musician won the prize for their fourth album Ruins/Adfeilion
New Great Western Railway trains fixed after software upgrade
Four trains were removed from service on Wednesday due to glitches such as leaking air-con units.
Crime expert wants digital stalking police support officers
The role would be similar to a police community support officer but focus on social media.
Plaid Cymru's Leanne Wood pledges to show a new way for Wales
Plaid Cymru Leanne Wood urges the party at its conference to stay united to win the trust of Welsh voters to lead their government.
Meet Max, a first year student at Cambridge from Bridgend, in South Wales
Oxford and Cambridge, the two top universities in Britain, have historically struggled to tackle a lack of diversity in their intake.
'Someone will get hurt' fear over Caernarfon bypass delays
Villagers say motorists are using country lanes to avoid traffic due to delays to the Caernarfon bypass.
Emergency staff suffer horrific attacks, Chris Bryant says
Plans to double sentences for attacks on emergency workers are outlined by Rhondda MP Chris Bryant.
Irlen Syndrome: 'Important people know about condition'
Jennifer Owen, 28, from Merthyr Tydfil, campaigns to raise awareness of Irlen Syndrome.
Powys Council leader 'sorry' for children's services failings
Powys Council leader Rosemarie Harris apologises for failings in children's services.
Mary Berry 'hosts party' in south Wales
The former Bake Off trio are hosting a Christmas special that sees them spring a surprise party.
Gwent Police officers to help tackle Hurricane Irma looting
British Virgin Islands police are struggling to deal alone with crime following Hurricane Irma.
Rhybudd melyn am wyntoedd Storm Brian ddydd Sadwrn
Y Swyddfa Dywydd yn cyhoeddi rhybudd tywydd arall i Gymru, ychydig ddyddiau ar ôl i Storm Ophelia daro.
Galw ar Rydychen a Chaergrawnt i dderbyn mwy o Gymry
Aelod Seneddol yn dweud fod nifer y myfyrwyr o Gymru sydd wedi eu derbyn gan brifysgolion Rhydychen a Chaergrawnt yn "hollol annerbyniol".
Aber Aber: Ble maen nhw nawr?
Mae hi'n 30 mlynedd ers y gyfres bry-ar-y-wal am fyfyrwyr Aberystwyth
Cwmnïau coll Cymru
Ydych chi'n cofio yr hen fusnesau Cymreig yma sydd wedi dod i ben?
World Taekwondo Grand Prix: Lauren Williams secures stunning Grand Prix gold
British fighter Lauren Williams claims a breakthrough World Taekwondo Grand Prix title on a brilliant day for the GB team in London.
European Champions Cup: Scarlets 13-18 Bath
Former Scarlets fly-half Rhys Priestland kicks all Bath's points in dreadful conditions to boost their European Champions Cup quarter-final hopes.
European Challenge Cup: Toulouse 15-17 Cardiff Blues
Cardiff Blues win against Toulouse to record back to back victories in their first European Challenge Cup games.
Renato Sanches: Swans will see best of Portugal midfielder - Paul Clement
Head coach Paul Clement believes Swansea will see the best of midfielder Renato Sanches during his loan from Bayern Munich.
It is 30 years since a train plunged into the River Towy from a collapsed bridge, killing four people.
Cyclist Anthony Hoyte has created a virtual face on the roads of Cardiff but it can only be seen when viewing his 78-mile route on a map.
The council transfers the running of amenities and assets like buildings to the community.
Wales' unemployment rate is now the lowest since records began 25 years ago.
Lessons in writing
The author gives his tricks of the trade to the BBC ahead of the publication of La Belle Sauvage.
Your Pictures: 11 October - 17 October 2017
A weekly round-up of pictures from around Wales.