BBC News - Mid Wales
Theresa May backed by most Welsh Tory MPs in confidence vote
At least seven MPs are though to have backed her, but former Brexit minister David Jones is not.
Radio Ceredigion to make way for Nation Broadcasting
Its frequencies will now broadcast Nation Radio programmes instead.
Shed at Mwnt, near Cardigan, gets green light to host events
A local farmer has already hosted his own wedding and charity fundraisers in the building.
Why Wales' quietest station, Sugar Loaf, got busier
Railway enthusiasts have made this remote halt an unlikely "tourist destination".
Aberystwyth University: £26m Old College revamp plans unveiled
The Grade I-listed building on Aberystwyth seafront was the first University College of Wales.
Powys children's services needs restructure, new boss says
A crisis-hit children’s department is to be restructured, its new boss has announced.
Powys man, 30, killed in A470 lorry crash named
James Rogers, from Llandrindod Wells, was pronounced dead at the scene on Saturday.
Georgia Davies: British swimmer wins world bronze in China
Britain's Georgia Davies claims 100m backstroke bronze at the World Short-course Swimming Championships in China.
Real Madrid 0-3 CSKA Moscow: Record defeat for European champions
Real Madrid suffer their biggest ever home defeat in Europe as they are thrashed by CSKA Moscow in the Champions League.
FA Cup: Newport manager Mike Flynn keeping cool over Leicester pay day
Manager Mike Flynn keeps his eyes on league matters after Newport County clinch a lucrative home FA Cup tie against Leicester City.