A BBC probe prompts calls for an immediate review of all mental health wards in north Wales.
The long-running trial about historical abuse in Wrexham in the 1980s is adjourned until Thursday.
A management buy-out secures the future of 40 jobs at tree-cutting service firm Man Coed in Mold after it went into administration.
Cockle fishermen hold a demonstration over a decision to block them from fishing on the Dee estuary.
The work of Denbighshire photographer Philip Jones Griffiths, who became famous for his Vietnam pictures, is to have a permanent home.
A Flintshire care agency overhauls its operation after inspectors said allegations of abuse were not taken seriously.
Cancelled plane tickets, a faulty TV and booking a taxi are among reasons for nuisance 999 calls to North Wales Police.
A woman is airlifted to hospital in Gwynedd with serious burns thought to have been caused by a portable gas stove.
Forecasters warn of severe thunderstorms, as the hottest temperature in Wales this year is recorded in Rhyl.
FAW chief Jonathan Ford says hosting the 2014 Super Cup final led to the 2017 Champions League final coming to Wales.
Portugal striker Eder joins Swansea City on a three-year deal from Sporting Braga for an undisclosed fee.
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