BBC News - Wales

The latest stories from the Wales section of the BBC News web site.
  1. A55 tunnel closures for improvements

    A tunnel on one of Wales' busiest commuter routes faces night-time closures for up to nine weeks, in the latest stage of a £42m safety upgrade.
  2. Campaign over level crossing safety

    Some 108 young people have had near-misses with trains at level crossings in Wales over the last five years, prompting a new safety campaign.
  3. All Blacks jersey sells for £180,000

    An All Blacks rugby jersey dating back to 1905 sells for £180,000 at auction.
  4. Wales v Australia (Sat)

    Wales face Australia in a World Cup Pool A decider on Saturday seeking their first win over the Wallabies in 10 Tests.
  5. £20,000 biscuit theft case crumbles

    The case against a third man accused of stealing £20,000 worth of biscuits is dropped.
  6. Images show human impact on Wales

    The human impact on Wales' landscape is revealed through a series of aerial images.
  7. Councils' roads spend at 11-year low

    Figures show spending by councils on roads and highways falls to an 11-year low and there is a warning maintenance in the future will be more difficult.
  8. Man charged over Wrexham bus crash

    A man is charged over a collision that left a bus hanging over the embankment at Wrexham train station.
  9. Canal 'duck lane' fits the bill

    A temporary "duck lane" is created beside a canal in Powys to remind visitors to share the limited space on its towpath.
  10. Venue used by Stereophonics to close

    A venue where rock band Stereophonics played some of their first gigs in Rhondda Cynon Taff is to hold its final performance Friday.
  11. Wales success 'inspired by Speed'

    Hal Robson-Kanu says qualifying for Euro 2016 will be the perfect tribute to the influence of late Wales manager Gary Speed.
  12. 'Rise' in passengers refused taxis

    Reports of taxi drivers refusing short-distance fares in Cardiff spike after a safety campaign following three sex attacks.