The leader of Wales' biggest local authority survives a vote of no confidence insisting he is proud of his achievements in office.
One carriageway remains closed on one of Cardiff's busiest roads after a bus caught fire.
A hospital sister who claimed £17,000 in fake overtime payments, including for when she was on holiday, is jailed for a year.
The case of a woman murdered by her boyfriend after a 999 delay will be referred to ministers, William Hague tells MPs.
The natural resources minister tries to end the confusion over whether there is a ban on fracking in Wales.
Patients' could be at risk as ambulance crews lose 40,000 hours a year waiting outside hospital emergency units, assembly members are told.
Airline Flybe is to operate new routes flying from Cardiff Airport, creating 50 new jobs.
Court of Appeal reverses Swansea judge's decision to ban daughter from giving evidence in her father's child abuse trial.
The rise of women in same sex relationships turning to IVF to start a family
Project opens to persuade shoppers to buy 'ugly' food
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