BBC News - Wales
Plaid Cymru's leader wants a Welsh independence referendum if Brexit happens without a further EU poll.
Cynnal gwaith ymchwil i ddarganfod os ydi'r cyffur sy'n atal HIV yn cyfrannu at gynyddu nifer yr achosion o heintiau rhyw eraill.
Arweinydd Plaid Cymru, Adam Price yn dweud y dylid cynnal refferendwm ar annibyniaeth i Gymru os nad oes ail bleidlais ar Brexit.
Hugh Griffith needs to get his tractor and plough from Wales to the world championships in Minnesota.
Jac Richards will hear his single Only Love played at the RawFfest festival in Cardiff this weekend.
The Welsh assembly says it did not know a charity linked to a "homophobic" pastor held events there.
Wales fly-half Gareth Anscombe says he will be fully committed to the Cardiff Blues cause when he faces his future employers on Saturday.
After a £30m redevelopment, St Fagans National Museum of History is shortlisted for a £100,000 prize.
Wales midfielder Joe Allen is unsure of his future with Stoke amid links to a Premier League return this summer.
Fly-half Dan Biggar says he would not begrudge Wales coach Warren Gatland taking the England job after he leaves his current post.
Scarlets and Wales centre Hadleigh Parkes on Judgement Day, Rodney Parade's changing rooms - and why real tans are better than fake ones.
Some people simply cannot afford food, says charity giving more than 2,000 emergency parcels a week.
Colliery tips are home to hundreds of rare species of bugs - including some unique finds - say scientists.
Entomologist Liam Olds finds the old colliery tips of south Wales are some of the best places to find rare bugs.