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Glamorgan cricket club could go out of business and the local economy could lose out on millions of pounds if most of the club's £16m debts are not written off, it is warned.
Harry Redknapp tells BBC Sport that "behind-the-scenes agendas" contributed to his sudden exit as QPR manager this year.
The UK's inflation is at its lowest level since records began, but how will it affect consumers and businesses?
A plan to make it easier for young people to rent homes in Wales is proposed by the Liberal Democrats.
The remaining fragments of the tomb of Robert the Bruce are to be displayed together for the first time - at the home of Sir Walter Scott.
Malaysia approves tougher penalties under the controversial sedition law, despite criticism from the UN.
Paramedics in Northern Ireland face an "enormous burden of stress", a trade union survey suggests.
A record number of teenagers are ending up in Welsh hospitals after being diagnosed with an eating disorder.
A man from Taunton has traced his family tree back to England's first king, Alfred the Great.
Lewis Hamilton sets an impressive pace for Mercedes in the first practice session at the Chinese Grand Prix.
Work on a £500,000 scheme to revamp a derelict lighthouse on a nature reserve in East Yorkshire is underway.
US Vice-President Joe Biden gives an upbeat assessment of Iraq's progress against Islamic State, saying the militant group's advance has been "halted".