BBC News - Wales:
|Coronavirus second wave: Wales' chief medical officer worried winter spike 'likely'||Wed 5th Aug 2020 11:27 BST|
The Welsh chief medical officer says the NHS is planning ahead but needs to "watch very carefully".
|Cardiff Bay: New approach to antisocial behaviour from weekend||Wed 5th Aug 2020 09:53 BST|
There will be a more visible police presence and marshals, as well as more bins and barriers.
|Coronavirus: Are people wearing face masks on public transport?||Wed 5th Aug 2020 10:16 BST|
Wayne Withers survived Covid-19 but has stopped taking trains because others are not using masks.
|Lola James neglect case: Girl's father 'wants justice'||Wed 5th Aug 2020 11:21 BST|
Lola James's father Dan Thomas says her death has left a "hole in the hearts of everyone".
|Coronavirus: Pobol y Cwm filming set to restart after lockdown||Wed 5th Aug 2020 13:34 BST|
Production was paused in March due to coronavirus but is expected back on S4C in the autumn.
|Coronavirus in Wales: NHS gets £800m to prepare for second wave||Wed 5th Aug 2020 07:58 BST|
Most of the money will be used to boost supplies of personal protective equipment.