- Cathays man Michael Brickal, 42, reported missing
Police are asking for help to find missing person Michael Brickal.
- Novak Djokovic misses out on calendar Grand Slam as Daniil Medvedev wins US Open
Novak Djokovic fell at the final hurdle in his bid to win the calendar Grand Slam as Daniil Medvedev claimed his first major title at the US Open.
- Charities forced to sell assets to stay financially afloat during Covid 19 pandemic
Almost half of charity bosses have sold property or other assets in a bid to stay afloat amid a cash crunch following the impact of the pandemic, according to new figures.
- Nicola Sturgeon hopes for agreement with UK Government for another referendum
Nicola Sturgeon will ask the UK Government to agree to another Scottish independence referendum “in the spirit of co-operation”.
- Prime Minister Boris Johnson 'dead set' on avoiding another lockdown
Boris Johnson is “dead set” on avoiding further lockdown, reports have suggested, as the Prime Minister prepares to set out his plan to get the country through coronavirus over the autumn and winter.
- 'I should have done the Ronaldo celebration!' Beaming Cardiff City starlet Rubin Colwill whose boyhood dream came true at Nottingham Forest
Cardiff City's two-goal hero Rubin Colwill said the noise from the 1,600 travelling Bluebirds fans screaming his name gave him "goosebumps" after his heroics helped down Nottingham Forest.
- 'I could have killed him!' Mick McCarthy's verdict on Cardiff City's hero at Nottingham Forest
Rubin Colwill's stunning second goal saved him from the wrath of manager Mick McCarthy after his star turn helped Cardiff City down Nottingham Forest.
- The four men who tragically died while working on the Severn Bridge
A memorial plaque to commemorate four men who lost their lives while working on the Severn Bridge has been erected.
- Man in hospital with head injury after group of men seen fighting in Bargoed
A man has been taken to hospital with a head injury after a group were reportedly seen fighting.
- Travellers returning to Wales from abroad will be able to use cheaper PCR tests
International travellers returning to Wales will be offered a wider choice of Covid test providers from September 21.
- A £542 gazebo, £1k chair, £3k flights, laptops, iPads and MacBooks, £78 on colouring pencils... the sums spent by Senedd Members on expenses
Members of the Senedd claimed £5.7m in expenses in the last Senedd term -with claims from a few pence right up to flights costing thousands of pounds....
- 24 independent businesses in Wales that can refresh or repair your home
After the exceptional amount of time you've spent in your home over the past year, you may find that you’re in need of a fix-up or refresh!...
- 37 ideas for a couple's day out in Wales you'll both love
Coming up with creative ways to spend your time off with your other half can be a tad tricky at times....
- 44 parts of England at risk of going into Tier 4
Coronavirus infection rates are surging across England and almost every Tier 3 area has seen an increase in the last fortnight....
- Everything Adam Price just said in his Plaid Cymru spring conference speech
Plaid Cymru leader Adam Price has given his speech to the parties virtual spring conference....
- John Taylor at 75, the rugby man ignored for the greatest match of all because he was dubbed a communist
So, where to begin with the John Taylor...
- The trials and changes seen in Newport after one year in the midst of a pandemic
On Sunday March 8, 2020, two people tested positive for coronavirus in Wales....
- TV guide: Royal babies, Eurovision and psychedelic drug trials among highlights for week starting May 15
Royal babies, the return of Eurovision and a documentary about using psychedelic drugs to treat depression are among the TV highlights in the week ahead....
- What you can and can't do in Wales as concerns raised about getting together at Christmas
Wales' First Minister is concerned that fatigue with restrictions and people not following the rules are to blame for soaring coronavirus figures....
- A year like no other -the story of lockdown in two very different Welsh communities
Nobody in Wales has been unscathed by lockdown. Families have struggled with homeschooling. The elderly have been left isolated and lonely. Young people have struggled to work in bedrooms, stuck in cramped, shared houses....