24th December 2014 10:14pm
VIDEO: Holiday hot meal plan feeds children
Free school meals help almost two million children in the UK during term-time, but when the schools are closed, so too are the kitchens.
24th December 2014 05:00pm
Valleys student Chloe works with Nobel Prize winner on National Museum of Wales placement
Chloe Brind, 18, from Bargoed, has recently worked with Sir Martin Evans on a Nuffield Research project
24th December 2014 02:00pm
Aberdare Community School headteacher 'excited' at move to state-of-the-art facilities in 2015
Sue Davies looks back at a busy first term for the Cynon Valley 'super school,' and looks forward to the New Year
24th December 2014 11:03am
Real Christmas trees 'good for you'
Real Christmas trees are "better for your health" than artificial ones, an academic claims.
24th December 2014 11:00am
Life at Christmas for World War One soldiers on the front line....These Christmas cards and messages tell a story of hope for the future and a safe return home
Archivists Rhian Phillips and Laura Russell uncover documents held at Glamorgan Archives detailing the experiences of South Wales’ soldiers
24th December 2014 06:20am
Volunteers feeding children at Christmas
The volunteers cooking hot meals for children at Christmas
24th December 2014 12:46am
One family's precarious Christmas
A family one step away from homelessness
23rd December 2014 11:57pm
Chef Pascale given new fostering post
TV chef Lorraine Pascale is to become the government's first fostering ambassador, the Department for Education says.
23rd December 2014 06:06pm
Rise in students seeking counselling services seen at several Welsh universities
One student leader in Wales warned that student support services are under increasing pressure.
23rd December 2014 03:08pm
US childhood 'safer than in 1970s'
Children in the United States are safer but also much more overweight than in the 1970s or 1990s, according to a long-term tracking study.