BBC News - Wales
A mother came up with the idea after being shocked at the amount of plastic waste at a birthday party.
The Cats Protection charity also wants a lower age limit on the sale of kittens after two nearly died.
The disappearance of six-year-old Carol Ann Stephens 60 years ago sparked one of Wales' biggest manhunts.
Defending World Champion Mark Williams sees off a stubborn fightback from Martin Gould to reach the second round at the Crucible.
Leandro Bacuna hopes to avoid the same fate as his brother, Huddersfield Town's Juninho, and keep Cardiff City in the Premier League.
Joe Cordina maintains his unbeaten professional record with victory over Andy Townend to win the British lightweight title.
Cafodd yr heddlu eu galw i Glydach nos Fercher, ble cafwyd hyd i gorff Frederic Pallade, dyn 48 oed o Ffrainc.
Mae dyn 74 oed yn parhau mewn cyflwr difrifol mewn ysbyty yn Stoke wedi iddo gael ei saethu â bwa croes ar gyrion Caergybi fore Gwener.
Three of Wales' most prominent footballers are aiming for glory as they line up in this year's Champions league semi-finals.
Crystal Palace goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey is "desperate" to learn about Nazis after being accused of making an offensive gesture, says Roy Hodgson.
Mae penderfyniad Cyngor Gwynedd i godi tâl am barcio ger traeth Dinas Dinlle yn Arfon wedi cythruddo trigolion y pentref.
Around 5,000 heart attacks and strokes a year could be prevented by personalising heart health checks.
Daniel James is "a phenomenal talent" who has the speed of a "motorbike" and is destined for big things, according to Rotherham manager Paul Warne.
Lee Dutton spent 20 years in and out of jail but got a second chance to go straight. Can employers do more?
Lee Dutton spent about 10 years in prison but it wasn't easy finding a job after he turned his back on crime.
Only 21.5% of girls make up physics A-level entrants in Wales but a new scheme aims to boost figures.
One Labour contender promises not to belittle MPs but others say the next Speaker should be a woman.