Westminster attack: Free police train travel for PC’s funeral

Welsh police officers will get free train tickets to go to the funeral of a PC murdered in a terror attack.

Wrexham ‘murder’: Nicholas Churton suffered ‘head trauma’

A man is will appear in crown court charged with the former wine bar owner's murder.

Finance Wales’ cash ‘means 3,700 new or safe jobs’

Finance Wales invested more than £56m in small and medium-sized Welsh businesses last year.

Cyngor Môn i gwtogi cyllideb glanhau ysgolion yn ei hanner

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St Davids RNLI celebrates new lifeboat and station

St Davids RNLI celebrates the official opening of its new lifeboat station and the naming of its new lifeboat.

Bradley Dredge: Welsh golfer two over after US Open first round

Wales' Bradley Dredge hits a two over par 74 in the first round of the US Open at Erin Hills in Wisconsin.

£900,000 Lottery grant for new Conwy culture centre

A new culture centre will be built in Conwy following a £900,000 grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

UK’s first proton beam machine arrives at Newport clinic

The UK's first proton beam machine will be available for treatments next year, the firm behind it says.

Will UKIP keep votes?

Will UKIP's shock vote share in the 2015 general election in Wales hold up?

People say they ‘haven’t got time’ to exercise, says GP

A Cardiff GP says patients tell her they have no time to exercise, as a charity warns one million people in Wales are inactive.

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