'Our lives have been shattered, but Dr Rowe has been allowed to get a new job and quietly move on with her life as if nothing ever happened'
Family pay tribute to Cardiff Met University student, who was the youngest player at the Rugby World Cup in 2013
‘Understandably he feels belittled and upset at what appears to be an unjustified act of discrimination’
Poll shows growing support among the public for the scientific consensus that humans are causing the climate to change
Northern Ireland and Scotland both voted to Remain in the EU
Welsh Labour, Plaid Cymru and Welsh Liberal Democrats to argue for Norway-influenced solution allowing people to come to UK provided they have a job to go to
Emergency services called after incident at sentencing hearing
As many as 8.4 million families in the UK struggle to put food on the table – and yet, 7.3 million tonnes of food waste ends up in landfills each year. Hazel Sheffield looks at how the food industry can help achieve the food waste goals the Government has missed
People must sign up to a refusal register if they do not want to be donors
But population is yet to reach late 1990s high of around 12 million
Scotland and Wales fared particlarly poorly in maths, sciences and literacy skills in the latest international school performance rankings
David Rowlands and Ukip fought for Britain to leave the EU
The actors apparently 'waved when they spied each other in the refectory'
Police officers had to travel to the island by lifeboat to make the arrest
There are around 700 species of seaweed in UK waters, but the delicacy has long been a rarity on British menus. Now it’s making a comeback
Dan Jones from Anglesey appointed by the National Trust to take on the 145-acre farm on the North Wales coast in bid to protect rare natural landscape