Geraint Thomas’ former club, the Maindy Flyers watched him cross the finish line from a cafe in Cardiff and hundreds of cyclists donned yellow jerseys to ride from Cardiff Bay to the castle.
The British Pregnancy Advisory Service says that anti-abortion campaigners can be distressing for patients and their families.
“Cows on Tour” aims to teach children about agriculture and farming.
A 20-year-old man from Cardiff has been killed in a knife attack in Liverpool. He has been named as Fatah Warsame.
Catch up with the stories making the headlines this week.
Charities in Norwich are raising money to give bikes to asylum seekers and refugees. They say it’ll give them the independence to get around the city. Refugees live on thirty-seven pounds a week making it difficult to pay for public transport. But riding a bike could make a big difference to their everyday lives.
It’s estimated that many 14 to 21 year-olds here in Wales can’t afford to buy their own sanitary products. One charity says 15 per cent of girls have had to take tampons and pads from friends due to the cost. One council in Wales says girls are even missing school as they are unable leave home during their periods, it now plans to hand them out for free.
Abertysswg Primary School is closing its doors as pupils move to a newly built school, but their lollipop lady won’t be moving with them.