Elis-Thomas fired from Plaid roles
Dafydd Elis-Thomas is fired as Plaid Cymru transport spokesman and chair of the assembly's environment committee for calling his party's attack on UKIP "facile".
Letter gave GCSE change assurances
Schools were given assurances 16 months ago by the Welsh government that new English language GCSE exams would not disadvantage pupils, BBC Wales learns, as schools express anger at the first results.
April Jones town wins special award
The community of Machynlleth is recognised for the support given to the family of murdered April Jones at the first St David Awards.
Speared driver praises medical team
A man speared through his body by a metal rail in a car crash praises hospital staff for saving his life.
Wales make six changes for Scotland
Wales change both half-backs and drop Lions forwards Richard Hibbard and Adam Jones for the final Six Nations game with Scotland.
MP 'in love' with alleged victim
Swansea-born MP Nigel Evans was "in love" with a Westminster worker he allegedly sexually assaulted, a court hears.
Leisure centre campaign gathers pace
Plans for a community group to take over a council-run leisure centre which is due to shut next month take a step forward.
Tories ponder 'fast-track' degrees
University students in Wales could enrol on "fast-track" two year degrees in certain subjects under proposals unveiled by the Welsh Conservatives.
Bypass plan changes could save £5m
Changes to a bypass which has been 40 years in the planning could save around £5m, the Welsh government says.
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