BBC News - Mid Wales
BBC News - Mid Wales
Volunteers sought for police stations
Dyfed-Powys Police wants to train volunteers to help answer calls, monitor CCTV cameras and deal with lost property.
21-07-2018
Police quiz Chris Davies MP over expenses claim
Chris Davies is interviewed by police over a claim made for pictures in his constituency office.
20-07-2018
Watchkeeper drone crashes in Ceredigion cost millions
Five drones, which cost almost £6m each, have crashed in Ceredigion while being tested.
20-07-2018
Royal Welsh Show: James Corfield's death prompts safety improvements
James Corfield was found dead in the River Wye after visiting the Royal Welsh Show in July 2017.
20-07-2018
CCTV cameras to be switched on in Dyfed-Powys Police area
Dyfed-Powys crime commissioner pledged to reintroduce them after his predecessor pulled the plug.
19-07-2018
Tour de France 2018: Omar Fraile wins stage 14, Geraint Thomas still in yellow
Omar Fraile wins stage 14 of the Tour de France in a dramatic finish as Team Sky's Geraint Thomas retains the leader's yellow jersey.
21-07-2018
Swansea City lose two penalty shootouts in one day at Interwetten Cup
Swansea City lose pre-season penalty shootouts against Genoa and FC Magdeburg in the Interwetten Cup.
21-07-2018
Leicester City sign Liverpool goalkeeper Danny Ward for £12.5m
Leicester City sign Liverpool goalkeeper Danny Ward for £12.5m after the Reds make Alisson the world's most expensive keeper.
20-07-2018
Alex Cuthbert: New Exeter wing was 'focused' on leaving Wales
Former Cardiff Blues wing Alex Cuthbert is now ineligible to play for Wales as he links up to play for Exeter this season.
20-07-2018
From Swan Lake to Swansea City: Billy Reid charts remarkable Ostersunds voyage
Billy Reid believes Scottish football can learn from the “blame-free” culture he experienced while coaching in Sweden.
21-07-2018