Being unable to agree on a united national memorial shows just how disunited Wales had been.
Research has revealed how British otters may have been able to recover from species loss in the 1950s with the help of otters from Asia.
New research suggests the gut bacteria of red and grey squirrels differ significantly, potentially explaining the decline of the native red and the success of its grey counterpart.
When Six Nations’ broadcasting deal with the BBC and ITV ends in 2025, there are fears the tournament could move to a subscription service.
The Independent Commission on the Constitutional Future of Wales acknowledges each option requires UK government involvement.
New research looking at data from 200,000 children in Wales has found a substantial increase in mental health issues.
Fossil traces of the oldest complex ecosystems are found in precious few locations worldwide, including Australia. Newly dated fossils from Wales now join the ranks.
Bard Hedd Wyn was killed in action in France in 1917.
The Mari Lwyd and the plygain are two prominent Welsh traditions celebrated over Christmas and the new year.
What does the future hold for Wales and Welsh Labour in the wake of Drakeford’s resignation?
Pisa measures 15-year-olds in reading, maths and science every three years - but is that the best way to test an education system?
A UBI pilot in Wales gives a sum of money to young people leaving the care system. But it won’t be rolled out beyond its trial period.
New research reveals the digital divide that was exposed by the COVID pandemic.
Electric arc furnaces can use up to 100% scrap steel as its raw material, resulting in a significant reduction in emissions.
The Rebecca riots saw Welsh farmers disguised as women destroy tollgates as a way of challenging what they believed was an oppressive taxation system.
Bernice Rubens won the 1970 Booker prize for her novel, The Elected Member, and is the only Welsh person to have ever won the prize.
The Welsh government has taken steps to ensure that the Welsh language plays a more prominent role in welcoming refugees and migrants.
Nos Galan Gaeaf on October 31 in Wales is steeped in folklore and tradition.
These five works of Welsh gothic literature will not only help you explore Wales through the macabre but are likely to give you a good scare too.
Witchcraft is an enduring source of fascination but also prone to popular misconceptions.