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Plaid Cymru councillors pledge support to Leanne Wood

Ms Wood could face her first leadership challenge since becoming Plaid leader in 2012. Source: BBC Wales

Monmouth's colourful Church Street 'closed for business'

Is street furniture part of town's "distinctive beauty" or preventing it being accessible to all? Source: BBC Wales

Swansea Bay tidal lagoon can still be build, council leader says

Swansea council leader says a new funding plan could save the energy project rejected by UK ministers. Source: BBC Wales

Sex toys, fish and knickers flushed away down Welsh drains

Welsh Water say the impact of flushing items down toilets should be taught in schools. Source: BBC Wales

Cynganeddu heb sylweddoli!

Eurig Salisbury sydd ag enghreifftiau o bobl yn cynganeddu'n ddamweiniol Source: BBC Wales

Two hurt in five-vehicle crash on M4 near Port Talbot

The westbound carriageway is closed between junction 38 at Margam and junction 40 at Port Talbot. Source: BBC Wales

Helicopters help tackle wildfires at Maerdy mountain and Cwm Rheidol

One blaze has been burning the side of a mountain all night, says an eyewitness. Source: BBC Wales

Helicopter drops water on Maerdy mountain fire

A helicopter is brought in to help firefighters tackle a large wildfire. Source: BBC Wales

Degau o filoedd yn Niwrnod y Lluoedd Arfog yn Llandudno

Gobaith o hwb o £4m i'r economi yn ardal Llandudno wrth i filoedd o bobl ymgynnull ar gyfer Diwrnod y Lluoedd Arfog ddydd Sadwrn. Source:...

Splish Splash: New children's show immerses audience in water

A production for children with complex learning needs takes a novel approach to theatre Source: BBC Wales

'We didn't think we were alive – all we could see was sand'

Tsege Yohannes has travelled thousands of miles across a war zone, desert and sea to get to Newport. Source: BBC Wales

Language class problems deny women refugees 'new life'

There is concern a lack of suitable classes is stopping women refugees learning English. Source: BBC Wales

Ban on microbeads cosmetics in force in Wales

It follows concern over the impact the tiny pieces of plastic have on marine life. Source: BBC Wales

100,000 expected in Llandudno for Armed Forces Day

It is predicted that the military celebration will provide a boost of £4m to the local economy. Source: BBC Wales

Jake Morissette and Sean Bentivoglio to stay with Cardiff Devils

Cardiff Devils re-sign two more of their Elite League winning side after agreeing deals for forwards Jake Morissette and Sean Bentivoglio. Source: BBC Wales

Neil Etheridge: Cardiff City goalkeeper signs new three-year deal

Cardiff City goalkeeper Neil Etheridge signs a new three-year deal, keeping him at the club until 2021. Source: BBC Wales