BBC News - Mid Wales
BBC News - Mid Wales
Staylittle outdoor centre in Llanidloes to close in 2018
Almost 5,000 people sign a petition to keep Powys council's only outdoor education centre open.
Drink-drive tests focused on tip-offs, says commissioner
Intelligence-led approach is catching a higher proportion of drink-drivers, insists commissioner
Two taken to hospital after crash near Glasbury, Powys
Police close the road following the accident involving two cars near Glasbury.
Catrin Davies jailed for £17k Cylch Meithrin Penparc fraud
Catrin Davies transferred cash from the nursery's account to pay off a £30,000 debt.
Dyfed-Powys Police 'prepared' for terror threats
Officers say they have resources to deal with terror attacks on targets like Milford Haven Port.
Sports car on its side after A487 crash in Ceredigion
A sports car lies on its side after crashing on a road in mid Wales.
£2.5m rural school plans announced by education secretary
Education Secretary Kirsty Williams reveals how £2.5m to help small and rural schools will be split.
Ryan Giggs: Why the ex-Manchester United man divides opinion over the Wales manager job
Ryan Giggs is among the candidates to become the next manager of Wales - but why does he divide opinion among fans?
Wales rugby: Liam Williams & Alex Cuthbert out of All Blacks Test
Wales will be without Liam Williams and Alex Cuthbert for Saturday's home game against the All Blacks.
Craig Bellamy and John Hartson eye Wales manager role
Ex-Wales strikers Craig Bellamy and John Hartson say they would like to succeed Chris Coleman as Wales manager.