BBC News - Wales
Datblygwyr atomfa Wylfa Newydd ar Ynys Môn wedi atal yr holl waith ar y cynllun wedi methiant i ddod i gytundeb ariannol.
Japan's Hitachi is suspending work on the Wylfa Newydd plant in Wales amid concerns over rising costs.
Gallai plant heddiw farw'n iau na'u rhieni yn sgil y cynnydd yn nifer y bobl sydd dros eu pwysau, yn ôl arbenigwyr.
Interim coach Ceri Jones hopes to stay in charge of Dragons on a permanent basis and will apply for the role.
The family of the late AM wants judges to review how a probe into Mr Sargeant's sacking will be run.
Llys i glywed her gyfreithiol i'r modd y mae ymchwiliad i ddiswyddiad y cyn-weinidog Carl Sargeant yn cael ei gynnal.
Wales' first obesity strategy wants to make eating healthier food and staying active "normal and easy".
Welsh boxer Liam Williams is determined to challenge for a world title in 2019 after producing the best performance of his career to date.
Cardiff City are interested in signing Everton striker Oumar Niasse on loan, with an option to make the move permanent.
Bath director of rugby Todd Blackadder hints Wales number eight Taulupe Faletau could be fit before the end of the Six Nations.
Meirion James was at risk of suffocating when Pava spray was used to restrain him, an inquest hears.
A "thorough debate" is needed on why more people are being sent to prison in Wales, say researchers.
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An inquest hears how officers tried to restrain the "very big man" in the corridor outside his cell.
A woman is in hospital after the suspected gas explosion caused extensive damage to the flats in Neath.
One of the first employees at a £20m cyber security research centre says it can have a massive impact.
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A man who sold a Banksy to save his youth club says a Port Talbot steelworker must protect his work.