Damaged roads in Wales 'would take nine years to fix'
It would cost nearly £600m and take nine years to get Wales' roads into a reasonable condition, a study says.
Ministers refuse to bail out Welsh NHS health boards
Four health boards which are due to see their overall budget deficits triple in size will not be bailed out, the Welsh Government says.
Proposal for mandatory webcasts of council meetings in Wales
Council webcasting could become compulsory under Welsh Government plans.
Grenade found on A483 roadside near Wrexham
An old grenade has been found at the side of a road near Wrexham, North Wales Police say.
Crews called to Tylorstown and Llantysilio grass fires
Fire crews across Wales continue to tackle grass fires following a busy weekend.
Ysgol y Llys school wins at international film festival
A Prestatyn primary school has won an international film festival award with a documentary about Wales' traditional wool industry.