A man who was killed by falling traffic lights is named as Gerald Macey as a driver is arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.
A Carmarthenshire home searched as part of investigations into the London terror attack belongs to the attacker's mother.
The new intercity express train completes its first test journey in Wales.
A blogger faces losing her house if she fails to pay £25,000 damages to a council chief executive.
Scientists from Swansea University are part of a team attempting to understand the tactics of "raiding" baboons in South Africa.
A village saves its crumbling Medieval church from closure - by enlisting the help of its Flemish founders.
Four buildings are shortlisted for the Welsh Architecture Awards 2017.
Chris Gunter says Wales will prove they are not a one-man team as they attempt to keep their World Cup qualification hopes alive without Gareth Bale.
The Republic of Ireland's John O'Shea says he was lucky to avoid a serious injury from a Gareth Bale tackle in the game against Wales.
Ospreys ambition of winning a fifth Pro12 title suffered a massive blow as they were beaten 13-5 by Treviso.
Wales boss Chris Coleman defends Gareth Bale and his team-mates after ill-tempered draw with the Republic of Ireland.
Leinster resist a spirited Cardiff Blues revival to strengthen their position at the top of the Pro12 table.
A Beijing-backed candidate is the favourite despite firm resistance from pro-democracy campaigners.
About 40 were killed when a police convoy was ambushed in the central province of Kasai.,
Coalition says it hit area where many were reportedly killed as fears over civilian casualties grow.
Having failed to scrap Obamacare, Donald Trump says he will focus on tax reform and "big tax cuts".
Demonstrators opposed to a tax on the under-employed take to the streets despite a ban.
Celebrations mark 60 years since the EU's founding treaty, but the UK stays away as Brexit looms.
Italy's justice minister is investigating the Turin judge's decision, which has caused outrage.
"A boy had told my pupil her hair was ugly, and she was sad. I told her she was wonderful."
Bangladesh has seen an escalation of suspected jihadist violence in recent weeks.
Chile and Egypt have also lifted bans imposed over claims that unsafe produce was sold for years.
The US and UK bans affect direct flights from some Middle East airports.
Ex-national security adviser Michael Flynn met Turkish officials during the election campaign.
Eyewitnesses say that many Iraqi civilians have been caught up and killed in the US led air strikes against so-called Islamic State in the battle for Mosul.
Lights have been going out around the globe for Earth Hour to draw attention to climate change.
Collage artist Hayato Takano creates portraits of famous musicians using only sheet music.
Harrison Ford explains to air traffic control why he landed on a taxiway, just missing a passenger jet.
People in London, Rome, Berlin and other cities mark 60 years since the Treaty of Rome was signed.
Repeal and replace Obamacare - it was his number one campaign promise. So what happened?
How children are bearing the brunt of the war in Yemen.
Environment minister challenged by a conservationist angry at new water quality policy.
Couples who divorce after staying at the hotel chain will be reimbursed for their stay.
Officials warn a historic site may have to close because visitors keep removing its crystals.
Two years on from the start of the Saudi-led offensive, the BBC's Mai Noman returns to her home country.
Isabelina was just five when she was taken from her family - she didn't see them for another 30 years.
Major global landmarks go dark to draw attention to climate change.
Spare a thought for those who are given troublesome names. In Zambia, Chris Haslam came across some very surprising choices.
A look at how the parents of mass killers cope after the incidents.
After a magistrate tells a transgender woman to "dress like a man", activists fight the law behind it.
UKIP's Douglas Carswell is quitting the party to become an independent MP and says he will not trigger a by-election.
Khalid Masood, 52, was born in Kent and named Adrian Elms at birth. He'd served time in three prisons.
James Corden’s Red Nose Day Carpool karaoke, Ed Sheeran and the Love Actually cast help Comic Relief raise more than £71m so far.
Research is under way to determine how clock changes affect children's sleep patterns.
Television stars on claims that there is too much violence against women in dramas.
One of Wales' most wanted criminals was caught in Amsterdam after he walked in front of BBC TV cameras, it is revealed.
Harlow was built after World War Two to ease overcrowding in London.
Tyson, a one-eyed dog, has become the "longest-stay dog" at an RSPCA centre near Aylesbury.
A charity is hoping to help sufferers in south Wales by launching the first self-help group of its kind in the area.
Conservative MP for Shipley says going on Twitter was "probably one of the worst things I ever did".
Banned driver Tony Berrill, 24, ran red lights and performed dangerous overtaking moves.
Student accommodation in Glasgow is being built using shipping containers stacked seven storeys high
Volunteers at a heritage railway are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the first locomotive to travel on the restored line.
The boyfriend of Romanian Andreea Cristea, who fell into the Thames in a terror attack, was going to propose.
Red Nose Day Actually, which airs at 19:00 GMT, shows what happened to the characters since 2003.
A mature stag has learnt how to use its antlers to lift bird feeders off garden trees.
Schools across Suffolk mark Red Nose Day, with events ranging from a Mexican wave, to a drumming session with Harry McFly.
Footage obtained by the Sun shows Theresa May being hurried to safety during Wednesday's attack.
As Theresa May prepares to trigger Article 50, Katya Adler speaks to Jean-Claude Juncker about Brexit.
The BBC’s technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones gets a beer poured for him by a robotic barman - but how long does it take?
The redevelopment of the pier includes shops, a restaurant and a bowling alley.
Tony Davis was the first person to reach PC Keith Palmer, who lost his life in the London attack.
Matthew Price reports from Westminster Bridge on the deadly sequence of events.
Thousands attend a vigil in central London to remember the victims of Wednesday's attack.
Witnesses describe how attack near the Houses of Parliament unfolded.
A trailer for the Love Actually sequel, with Keira Knightley and Andrew Lincoln holding flash cards, debuts.
People living in and visiting London share the same optimistic message in the aftermath of the attack.
The Archbishop of Westminster tells the BBC that the Westminster attack could never be justified.
Met Police Acting Deputy Commissioner Mark Rowley gave update on the investigation early this morning.
Conservative MP James Cleverly, who knew PC Keith Palmer, pays an emotional tribute in the Commons.
Brendan Cox, the widower of murdered MP Jo Cox, called for togetherness after the Westminster attack.
A woman describes the "scary" moment police raided a Birmingham flat in an operation linked to the London attack.
Martin Pearce broadcasted live on Facebook during the immediate aftermath of the attack.
Journalist Quentin Letts has described seeing a man in black who appeared to strike a policeman.
Radoslow Sikorski was crossing Westminster Bridge when he heard a crash.
The prime minister has condemned the terror attack on Westminster as "sick and depraved".
Sadiq Khan praised emergency services' swift response, after a terror attack in Westminster.
Met Police Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley said the officer was a "husband and father".
Steve Voake was on Westminster Bridge when a car mowed down pedestrians.
Metropolitan Police Commander BJ Harrington gives details of what the police know so far.