BBC Wales News

February 09, 2018

Unesco: UK area bids to join Pyramids & Taj Mahal on World Heritage list

Welsh slate landscape bids to join Egypt's Pyramids and India's Taj Mahal on prestigious list.

David Jones death: Man jailed for nine years for manslaughter

David John Jones died in hospital after he was assaulted in Holyhead, in November.

A487 Porthmadog crash: Van driver airlifted to hospital

Police were called to the A487 on Tuesday, with the other driver believed to have minor injuries.

'Open land for wild camping in Wales', say campaigners

As holidaymakers face difficulties booking traditional campsites, some are looking elsewhere.

Snowdon: Person dies in fall from Crib Goch ridge

The person died after falling on the lower slopes of Crib Goch's north ridge, say rescuers.

Sea scooter riders 'face barrage of criticism'

TV presenter Iolo Williams had reported seeing riders plough through sea birds off the Welsh coast.

BAME teacher shortage at 'crisis point' in Wales

A shortage of role models could be one of the reasons why there is a lack, says one new teacher.

Weather: Thunderstorm warning issued for most of Wales

A weather warning has been issued for thunderstorms for north, mid and parts of south-west Wales.

Unesco World Heritage: Wales' slate landscape bid for honour

Slate from north-west Wales "roofed the 19th Century world" as it was exported around the globe.


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