Three arrested after man dies in Rhyl stabbing
A 37-year-old man who suffered stab wounds was taken to hospital where he later died, police say.
Teenage girl rescued from Machynys beach quicksand
The 14-year-old was stuck up to her waist when she was rescued by emergency services.
Metal detecting helps increase treasure finds in Wales
The rise in artefacts and archaeological discoveries is put down to the popularity of metal detecting.
Manchester United 1-1 Swansea City
A Gylfi Sigurdsson free-kick earns Swansea a point in their battle for Premier League survival and damages Manchester United's push for the top four.
Auschwitz surviving poppy seller from Newport turns 100
Ron Jones only retired from collecting for the Poppy Appeal aged 99.
Mostyn Hall gardens open for National Garden Scheme
Mostyn Hall, set in 25 acres of formal gardens, has been one family's home for generations.
Retained firefighter numbers 'at nine-year low' in Wales
Fire services face difficulties with recruitment and retention of on-call staff, it is claimed.
British 'Syria fighter' Josh Walker accused of terror offences
Josh Walker is due to appear before Westminster Magistrates' Court on Friday.
Homelessness: Bishop wants more action from church
The church and others should be doing more to tackle social housing problems, the Bishop of St Asaph says.
Little Haven beach smoking ban to last indefinitely
Pembrokeshire council extends the ban on one of its beaches but a smokers' lobby group questions the need.
Council polls 'crowded out' by general election
A local government expert says there is a danger that council elections could become a 'large opinion poll'.
Walker airlifted after mountain fall at Crib y Ddysgl
Woman suffers suspected spinal injuries in 40ft (12m) fall in Snowdonia, rescuers say.
Retained firefighting rewarding job, recruits say
Retained firefighters at Port Talbot Fire Station explain what draws them to the job.
17th Century treasure found down rabbit hole
An increase in treasure finds in Wales is linked to a rise in metal detectorists but some artefacts are found in more unusual ways.
Criccieth Castle CGI reconstruction for new visitor centre
New visitor centre opens at Criccieth Castle, Gwynedd, with displays showing how it would have looked.
Christian group's 'housing crisis in Wales' action call
Housing Justice Cymru director Sharon Lee says more needs to be done to tackle rough sleeping in Wales.
'A lot of drivers don't know how to pass horses' says rider
Horse riders in the Vale of Glamorgan are wearing body cameras and high-visibility bibs that look like police uniform to slow down drivers.
Church in Wales involved in social housing project
The church and others should be doing more to tackle housing problems, the Bishop of St Asaph says.
Trebanog water pistol incident prompts Rail Mail apology
Royal Mail promises to buy child a new toy after postman accused of confiscating water pistol fired at him.
Pinball wizards to descend on Cwmbran for Welsh cup
Fans of the retro game compete for World Championship rankings.
Arestio tri wedi marwoaleth yn Y Rhyl
Dyn 43 oed, a bechgyn 16 ac 15 oed wedi cael eu harestio ar amheuaeth o lofruddiaeth yn dilyn digwyddiad yn Y Rhyl
Dyn yn wynebu cyhuddiadau terfysgol
Dyn 26 oed o orllewin Cymru i ymddangos o flaen Ynadon Westminster ar ôl iddo gael ei gyhuddo o droseddau yn ymwneud â therfysgaeth.
Lluniau: 'Y Llyfrgell'
Tawelwch! Golwg tu ôl i'r llenni ar y ffilm fydd i'w gweld ar S4C
Ospreys: Alun Wyn Jones to be assessed ahead of Scarlets game
Alun Wyn Jones will be assessed early next week before a decision is made on a possible return for Ospreys v Scarlets.
Pro12: Connacht 8-30 Scarlets
Scarlets secure their place in the Pro12 play-offs with a dominant first-half display against Connacht in Galway.
Pro12: Ospreys 24-10 Ulster
Ospreys see off a powerful Ulster fightback to put themselves in a strong position to reach the Pro12 play-offs.
Carlisle United 2-1 Newport County
Carlisle fight back to rise into the play-off zone while Newport remain two points above the relegation zone.
Unearthing past treasures
Treasure discoveries are on the increase, but what do they tell us about the past?
Firefighters on call: 'Crew are my extended family'
On-call recruits in Neath Port Talbot explain what draws them to the job.
Displays include a computer generated virtual reconstruction of 13th Century Criccieth Castle, Gwynedd.
Pollution is out of control and the regulator is "not fit for purpose" river and fishing groups claim.
Sick dog needs home
German Shepherd Orion is suffering from a 'potentially life-limiting' heart condition, despite looking fit and health.
Your Pictures: 19 April - 26 April
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