BBC News - Mid Wales
Soldiers deny membership of banned neo-Nazi group
Men will face trial next month over alleged link to far-right group banned by UK government in 2016.
Newtown supermarket garage targeted
Police say cash and tobacco were taken in the raid on a filling station in Newtown, Powys.
Ifan Owens: Walk to support attacked Aberystwyth student
Ifan Owens, 19, woke from a coma last week after being injured in a street attack in Aberystwyth.
Swansea earthquake tremor 'frightening'
Thousands of people across Wales and beyond take to social media to ask "what was that?"
Talyllyn Railway offers free travel for 'local heroes'
NHS staff and 999 workers are among those who can travel on the Talyllyn Railway for free this weekend.
1,000-year-old oak on Offa's Dyke in Welshpool falls
The Buttington Oak was one of the oldest and largest trees in Wales.
Fuel from crashed crane near Builth Wells 'contained'
There were fears fuel from the overturned 96-tonne crane could contaminate the nearby River Wye.
Six Nations 2018: Taulupe Faletau and Dan Biggar fit for Wales
Taulupe Faletau and Dan Biggar join fellow Lions Leigh Halfpenny and Ross Moriarty in being fit to face Ireland on Saturday.
Mica Moore set sights on Winter Olympic bobsleigh medal
Mica Moore is setting her sights on a medal in the two man bobsleigh after impressing in the training runs.
Luke Rowe: Team Sky rider to make Abu Dhabi return
Team Sky's Luke Rowe will ride in the Abu Dhabi Tour on 21 February - just over six months after breaking his leg.