News (BBC Wales)
David Davies jailed for live-streaming Cardiff court case
A man is jailed for filming court proceedings in Cardiff and live-streaming them on Facebook.
Christine and Roger Solik murder investigators 'won't rest'
Police in South Africa say they are "working around the clock" to catch the killers of a couple who emigrated from south Wales.
Duchess of Cambridge visits children's charities
The Duchess of Cambridge visits south Wales in her first official engagement as patron of a children's charity.
Cardiff rapist's failed appeal bid gets him longer sentence
A rapist who attacked a student during freshers' week gets an extended sentence after a failed appeal bid.
Brexit: House of Lords must not 'mess around' with bill
A senior Tory MP says he will start to question the House of Lords' existence if peers "mess around" with the Brexit bill.
Storm Doris: 'Be prepared' wind warning issued in Wales
Strong winds connected to Storm Doris trigger yellow and amber weather warnings across Wales.
Cancer cases in Wales rise by 10% in 10 years
The number of cancer cases in Wales has risen by almost 10% over a 10-year period.
BBC Scotland channel prompts 'insult' to Wales claim
The BBC is accused of insulting Wales after it announces a new TV channel for Scotland.
Prof Garel Rhys: 'Fantastic' motor industry expert dies
An expert in motor industry economics, Prof Garel Rhys, dies in his sleep at the age of 76.
Capricorn Animal Rescue probe after 'serious admin issues'
An inquiry into a Flintshire animal sanctuary is opened by a charity watchdog.
Swansea man 'owes life to sister' after serious crash
A Swansea man owes his life to his sister who happened to be driving past after his car plunged down an embankment, medics say.
Cwm Harry Land Trust secures £50k for Newtown land takeover
A Powys environmental group receives £50,000 to develop plans to convert land into community use with allotments, meadows and cycle tracks
People 'frightened' by Welsh couple's South Africa murder
People in South Africa are "frightened and baffled" by the murder of a Welsh couple, a journalist says.
Cystic fibrosis sufferer's 24-hour exercise challenge
A man with cystic fibrosis will exercise for 24 hours.
Duchess of Cambridge plays pool on Torfaen Wales visit
The Duchess of Cambridge shows off her pool-playing skills on a visit to a children's charity in south Wales.
BBC Wales viewers 'being short-changed' versus Scotland
BBC viewers in Wales should be getting the same deal as those in Scotland, a Labour MP says.
Duchess visit 'a celebration' for Torfaen children
The Duchess of Cambridge visits children's charities in south Wales.
Police pension widow 'made to choose between love or money'
Pension rules for police widows in Wales and England have been called "antiquated" and "manifestly unfair".
Scientists study how light affects butterfly behaviour
Scientists are trying to uncover how light and colour affect butterfly behaviour.
Google allows iconic walks to be experienced from home
People can now experience some of Wales' most iconic walking trails and paths from the comfort of their armchairs.
Rhybudd oren am dywydd garw dydd Iau
Y Swyddfa Dywydd yn cyhoeddi rhybudd oren i bobl baratoi am dywydd garw wrth i Storm Doris gyrraedd dydd Iau.
Carchar am ddarlledu fideo byw o'r llys ar Facebook
Dyn o Rondda Cynon Taf yn cael ei garcharu am 28 diwrnod am ddirmyg llys, ar ôl iddo ddarlledu fideo byw o lys ar Facebook.
Six Nations 2017: George North to start for Wales against Scotland
Wing George North recovers from a bruised thigh to start for Wales in Saturday's Six Nations match against Scotland.
Liam Williams: Ambition to win trophies fuelled move to Saracens
Wales back Liam Williams says his switch to Saracens from Scarlets is motivated by an ambition to win more trophies.
Alex Cuthbert: Wales wing available for Cardiff Blues at Edinburgh
Alex Cuthbert is available for Cardiff Blues' Pro12 game at Edinburgh having been left out of Wales team to face Scotland.
Wales U-20: James Botham picked for debut v Scotland
Sir Ian Botham's grandson James set for Wales Under-20 debut as coach Jason Strange makes seven changes for Scotland.
End of a coal era
The last supplies of coal from Tower Colliery arrive at a south Wales power station but there is still hope it can adapt and survive.
Your Pictures in Wales: 15-21 February 2017
A weekly selection of your pictures from around Wales.
'Opposite to autism'
Rare genetic condition Williams Syndrome needs more support, a Swansea University professor warns.
Back to school
Former pupil Huw Edwards looks at the language dispute at Ysgol Llangennech
Hive of activity
There were 4,280 beekeepers in Wales in 2016 producing 307 tonnes of honey worth £3m, the Bee Unit says.
Film wins award
A film by valleys directors shot in a language they did not understand with orphaned children has won an award.