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. Countdown to Newport Nato summit

    There is one week to go before world leaders descend on Wales for the 2014 Nato summit at Newport's Celtic Manor Resort.
  2. Food safety warning over budget cuts

    The closure of Wales' only publicly-run food testing laboratory due to cuts mean councils may struggle to respond to another incident like the horsemeat scandal, a food safety expert warns.
  3. Prison's juvenile unit praised

    The juvenile unit at Bridgend's Parc Prison is praised following an unannounced inspection.
  4. Tributes after backpacker Thai death

    Tributes are paid to a Llanelli man who died while living on an island in Thailand.
  5. Pensioner dies following flat fire

    A woman in her 70s dies and a man is in hospital following a flat fire in Barry on Wednesday afternoon.
  6. Coleman yet to discuss rapist Evans

    Wales manager Chris Coleman says a serious conversation needs to be had about disgraced striker Ched Evans's future.
  7. Arrest after children in house fire

    A woman is arrested after a suspected arson attack on a house near Wrexham after two children were rescued from the burning building.
  8. Wales to host investment conference

    Wales will host an international investment conference after the Nato summit, UK Business Secretary Vince Cable announces.
  9. Pier docking ceremony hit by weather

    Strong winds prevented the long awaited return of boats docking at the end of Llandudno Pier following the revamp of its landing stage.
  10. Girls thrown against rocks by waves

    Two 12-year-old girls are flown to hospital with spinal injuries after being thrown against rocks by powerful waves in the Vale of Glamorgan.
  11. Rise in first-time home buyers

    There is a "substantial growth" of first-time buyers getting on the property ladder in Wales, according to building societies and banks.
  12. Ambulance alternatives encouraged

    'Low priority' patients are told to travel by taxi to hospital or get a lift with family or friends instead of being taken by an ambulance.
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