BBC School Report News Day 2014 - Click on the headline to read the story.
The British Medical Association has been asked to propose a radical new plan to tackle the problem of smoking in the UK: the complete prohibition the sale of cigarettes to anyone born after 2000.
Two days ago Johnny Cash’s fourth posthumous album was released. It presents shelved and long forgotten tracks from the early eighties, a time at which Cash’s career was in a rut.
Rhondda Cynon Taff council have announced budget plans that could allow them to save up to £70m over the next four years. These proposals will be affecting almost all aspects of the lives of the residents of RCT. Arguably, those most affected by the cuts are children and young adults.
Behind the Scenes: BBC Bryn Celynnog School Report News Day with Tim
The 'Selfie' Phenomenon by Niamh and Tim
As more than 19,000 adults in Wales are choosing pedal power over petrol to get to work, we decided to ask teenagers in our school if they were doing the same.
And Finally....Happy National Joe Day! (yes, seriously - there is a day for everything!)
Recently, there has been a drastic decline in some of Wales’ most beloved birds that is continuing to drop, according to figures released by the RSPB.
This Sunday, 30th March 2014, is the official start of summer in Britain, which means the clocks go forward by one hour.
Comic Con 2014 Cardiff took place in Motorpoint Arena over the 1st and 2nd of March. BBC School Report went along to find out what was going on.