BBC News - Wales

The latest stories from the Wales section of the BBC News web site.
  1. Victim named in Cardiff murder probe

    Police investigating the murder of a man who died after being found unconscious on a Cardiff street name him as Russell Peachey.
  2. 30 youths throw stones at fire crew

    A fire crew is attacked by about 30 youths throwing stones at them while they were attending to a deliberately-lit rubbish fire in Cwmbran.
  3. Plaid must 'break Labour's role'

    As Plaid Cymru turns 90 it must "break the hegemonic role and position of Labour in Welsh politics", says former MP and AM Cynog Dafis.
  4. Bus station disorder fines go-ahead

    People who "loiter" around bus stations in Caerphilly county could face a £100 fine under new powers approved by the council.
  5. Two charged with attempted murder

    Two men are charged with attempted murder after two teenagers are assaulted in Sennybridge, Powys.
  6. Gulf war 'could have been prevented'

    The second Gulf war could have been prevented if Western allies had toppled Saddam Hussein a decade earlier, a veteran Welsh Labour MP says.
  7. Man bailed after fatal Gower crash

    A 19-year-old man is released on police bail following a fatal crash on Gower.
  8. 'Less hysteria' to tackle knotweed

    More co-ordination and less hysteria is what is required to tackle Wales' £8.8m-a-year Japanese knotweed problem, according to an expert.
  9. 'Child abuse' in Eisteddfod entry

    A novel entered into a National Eisteddfod competition contained graphic descriptions of child abuse, one of the judges claims.
  10. 'Invisible illness' teen taunted

    A teenager from Holywell is often accused of faking her rare genetic illness because the symptoms cannot be seen.
  11. Family-of-four rescued from dinghy

    A man is airlifted to hospital after a dinghy he was in with his three sons capsized near South Stack off Anglesey.
  12. Oldest fine art Eisteddfod winner

    An 84-year-old from Gwynedd becomes the oldest winner of the National Eisteddfod's Gold Medal for Fine Art.