The Welsh Government will introduce a law compelling all employers to make sure their workers keep two metres apart amid the coronavirus pandemic, Wales’ First Minister has said.
More than 6,000 additional beds will be created by field hospitals erected in leisure centres and stadiums across Wales.
Questions are being asked about the involvement of health officials in England over the collapsed deal to supply Covid-19 testing equipment to the NHS in Wales.
Virtual GP appointments are being rolled out across Wales while the country fights the coronavirus pandemic.
The Welsh Assembly has become the first major democratic institution in the UK to meet remotely.
Wales head coach Wayne Pivac and Welsh Rugby Union chief executive Martyn Phillips are to take 25 per cent salary reductions amid the coronavirus shutdown.
Wales lacrosse captain Dr Eleanor Gaastra has put her sporting ambitions to one side as the coronavirus pandemic forces the focus on to her day job in intensive care.
Dan Biggar thinks Wayne Pivac will help Wales to play more attractive rugby.
The National Trust is marking 125 years since its first land acquisition by offering stunning views of the location online for those in isolation.
Coronavirus cases in the UK more than trebled over the past seven days, jumping from 3,269 on March 19 to 11,658 on March 26.
Teenagers who were due to sit exams this summer in Wales as part of their A-level and GCSE courses will not sit them at a later date, the Education Minister has announced.
Wales were regular visitors to Swansea during the 1970s and 1980s with games played at the old Vetch Field.
Swansea believe “huge interest” in Wales’ cancelled game with Austria will encourage Ryan Giggs and his players to visit the Liberty Stadium in the future.
Wales’s chief medical officer has said a spike in the number of coronavirus cases at a health board area is due to increased testing.
Great Britain hockey player Leah Wilkinson is determined to fulfil her Olympic dream after Tokyo 2020 was postponed during her sabbatical from teaching.
Five more people who tested positive for coronavirus in Wales have died, raising the nation’s death toll to 22.
The First Minister of Wales has called on the UK Government to “urgently” put support for self-employed workers in place.
A new ventilation device designed to help coronavirus patients has been given the go-ahead by the Welsh Government – with up to 100 per day due to be produced.
A further patient in Wales who tested positive for coronavirus has died, bringing the country’s total to 17.
Tough new measures have been introduced in Wales to slow the spread of coronavirus.
A further four patients in Wales who tested positive for coronavirus have died, bringing the country’s total to 16.
People are being urged to avoid using their second homes as calls mount for a crackdown on tourists and self-isolationists.
A police and crime commissioner has called for “lockdowns” in rural Wales to stop self-isolationists and tourists flooding in.
A further seven people have died in Wales after contracting coronavirus – taking the total number of deaths during the pandemic to 12.
Self-isolaters should be banned from travelling to rural parts of Wales during the coronavirus crisis, according to a Plaid Cymru politician.
Two more people have died in Wales after contracting coronavirus – taking the total number of deaths during the epidemic in the country to five.
Residents and staff at Bryn Celyn care home in Wales have recreated a life-sized version of the game Hungry Hungry Hippos in an attempt to stave off self-isolation boredom.
A third person who tested positive for coronavirus in Wales has died, it has been announced.
The funeral of former Wales rugby player Matthew J Watkins is to be streamed online because of the coronavirus pandemic.
School closures will be enforced across the UK in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.