BBC News - Wales

The latest stories from the Wales section of the BBC News web site.
The latest stories from the Wales section of the BBC News web site.
  1. Clydach murderer bids for release

    A man who beat a mother, her two children and their grandmother to death at their home near Swansea 15 years ago launches a fresh application to get his conviction overturned.
  2. Transplant fears over kidneys deaths

    People who need organ transplants may "die needlessly" following concerns raised by the death of two patients given kidneys infected by a parasitic worm, a leading transplant surgeon warns.
  3. Councils 'could be cut to six'

    The number of Welsh councils could be cut to as few as six, the public services minister warns, as he urges them to seek voluntary mergers and cut costs.
  4. Motorcyclist dies in A470 crash

    A man dies following a collision involving two motorcycles and a car near Brecon, police confirm
  5. Stolen mobile's £15k bill dropped

    A teacher who faced a £15,000 bill which had been racked up by thieves who stole his mobile phone in Barcelona wins a battle not to be held responsible for the cost.
  6. Huge rise in blue badge rejections

    Tougher restrictions for people applying for a disabled parking badge sees the number of rejections more than triple in some parts of Wales.
  7. Police plea to help beat terrorism

    Countering terrorism should not be the sole responsibility of the police, says the head of counter terrorism in Wales who wants help from the public.
  8. Tenants given lessons in finance

    Housing associations say they are increasingly offering lessons to tenants on how to deal with money.
  9. Public have say on health services

    The public can have their say on the state of cross-border health services at two meetings on Monday.
  10. 19,000 new homes plan consultation

    Residents in Swansea are to be given their say on plans for more than 19,000 new homes across the city.
  11. Wales can beat Springboks - Gatland

    Coach Warren Gatland believes Wales can beat South Africa with the same "effort and intensity" as against All Blacks.
  12. Welsh parties fear UKIP, says MEP

    Other political parties are equally frightened of the threat posed by UKIP, the party's Welsh MEP Nathan Gill tells BBC Wales.
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