Hannah Blythyn and Jeremy Miles have been praised as LGBT role models following their wins
Welsh Assembly Member Jenny Rathbone in confident mood despite the looming shadow of her party’s anti-Semitism row
The Welsh Ambulance Service NHS Trust said they are 'absolutely devastated' by the tragedy
Stark differences emerge across all four UK nations, too, as Government insists England's system is 'fair and sustainable'
Organisers want other cities to follow suit to show 'terrorism cannot divide people so easily'
'We are not ready to take the step of authorising same-sex marriage'
Wales has always been regarded as pro-EU, and the country is a net beneficiary from the union. But that could be turned upside down over the steel crisis
'When the banks went bust, Gordon Brown stepped in. He was bold. He did what prime ministers need to do. We need some of that boldness from Westminster today'
Winds of 70 mph have brought down trees, scaffolding and walls
'If elected I’ll have a base in Cardiff and we will get a mobile home'
Exclusive: Welsh leader uses strongest language of campaign so far to warn of political consequences of leaving EU
How should we think of this faded coastal town - and all the others like it? There's room for all sorts beside the seaside, discovers Hastings newcomer Tom Blass
The one-bedroom house in Wales is a 'most unusual property'
Residents of Pwllheli receive letters saying Crown Estate wants to register ownership of the minerals beneath their homes
A dashboard camera sees the car career across the road on its roof
Officers cordoned off a patch of woods and were combing through the undergrowth after the shocking discovery