Yes or no?

On the night of the assembly referendum, the Welsh and English BBC services briefly went their separate ways

Angen ‘cofrestr i amddiffyn anifeiliaid’ medd yr RSPCA

RSPCA yn galw am sefydlu cofrestr er mwyn cofnodi enwau pobl sydd wedi cyflawni troseddau yn erbyn anifeiliaid.

Champions league: Police ‘very aware’ of German attack

Cardiff is due to host the final of world football's biggest club competition in June.

University of South Wales Treforest nursery funding cut

GMB union says a possible closure would negatively impact on women in the workplace and student parents.

Tidal energy project proposed off Bardsey Island

A tidal energy project could be developed near Bardsey Island with fisherman saying it could affect their livelihoods.

Martin McGuinness had grassroots credibility, Peter Hain says

Former Northern Ireland secretary Lord Hain pays tribute to Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness for his role in the peace process.

£450k visitor centre opens at castle

Displays include a computer generated virtual reconstruction of 13th Century Criccieth Castle, Gwynedd.

Castlemartin-bound ‘tank transporters’ roads warning

Armoured vehicles are being delivered ahead of armed forces training in Pembrokeshire.

Church in Wales involved in social housing project

The church and others should be doing more to tackle housing problems, the Bishop of St Asaph says.

Champions League draw: Real Madrid face Atletico Madrid, Monaco v Juventus

Holders Real Madrid will face city rivals Atletico in the semi-finals of the Champions League.

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