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A free return-to-work service, to help thousands of workers facing long-term sickness absence, goes live in Wales.
A £10m investment to improve NHS care in Wales for major health conditions like cancer and diabetes is announced.
Britain is "united in shock and grief", the prime minister says, as it emerged the British death toll in the Tunisian attack will rise above 30.
Doctors, nurses and midwives across the UK are being issued with new guidelines to encourage honesty and openness with patients when things go wrong.
A major drive to boost the population of Fair Isle, off Shetland, is being launched.
Downing Street's flags are flying at half-mast, as officials fear the British death toll from the Tunisian beach attack could be in the mid to high 20s.
Home Secretary Theresa May tells the BBC's Andrew Marr programme that Foreign Office staff faced problems in getting accurate information to families in the UK trying to trace relatives in Tunisia.
There is a "possibility" some of those killed in the Tunisia terrorist attack came from Wales, First Minister Carwyn Jones warns.
A Labour leadership candidate says he knew Wales was getting an unfairly low share of UK spending while he was a Treasury minister eight years ago.
An MSP launches a bid to increase the age at which children can be held responsible for crimes they have committed.
Prime Minister David Cameron pays tribute to service personnel as events are held across the country to mark Armed Forces Day.
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon advises the public to attend Armed Forces Day despite the deadly terrorist attacks that happened in France, Tunisia and Kuwait on Friday.
New plans aimed at improving standards in the tattoo and piercing industries could have the opposite effect, it is claimed.
The government criticises a group of MPs for downplaying the seriousness of the "Trojan Horse" events in Birmingham schools.
David Cameron's EU referendum strategy is revealed in a leaked note, the Guardian claims, as the PM says he can get a "new deal" for Britain.
Catholic charities object to the appointment of the chairwoman of the Scottish government's inquiry into historical abuse of children in care.
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver gives his support to Plaid Cymru's call for a levy on sugary drinks to fight obesity.
Labour accuses David Cameron of "betraying" voters over delays to rail upgrades promised during the general election.
Network Rail is too big and should be broken up into regional units, Sir Richard Branson tells the BBC.
Did Tories know promised rail upgrades would be put on hold?