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Tirion Davies from Ysgol Bro Morgannwg looks at the issue of women's rights across the globe and asks what we can do to improve the situation?
After months of campaigning, the next step in the campaign to save live music in Womanby Street will see a march take place in central Cardiff. Hannah Pearce went to investigate.
Wales 7s international Lloyd Lewis takes a look at whether Welsh rugby has a drug problem.
More than 30 young people from every corner of Wales came together in Tŷ Hywel to discuss the subjects which are important to them.
Following this week's American elections, cannabis is legal in many American states. Llion and Felix debate whether the drug should be legal in Wales too.
Yn dilyn dyfarniad dadleuol diweddar yr Uchel Lys - sy'n dweud fod rhaid cynnal pleidlais yn Nhŷ'r Cyffredin cyn y gall y Llywodraeth ddechrau'r broses o adael yr UE - Rhys Dafis o Brifysgol Caerdydd sy'n cyflwyno barn dau o fyfyrwyr am 'Brexit'.
Liam James Ketcher, a student at Cardiff University, gives his opinion on the S4C series 'Doctors of Tomorrow', or 'Doctoriaid Yfory'.
In 2014 Miriam Briddon from Ceredigion was killed in a collision with another car, which was being driven carelessly by a drink driver. After Gareth Entwistle was jailed for five and a half years, Miriam's family began a petition with the aim of introducing harsher sentences for killer drivers. Miriam's sister, Lowri, filmed as they presented a petition to 10 Downing Street.
Fifty years following the Aberfan disaster, Niamh Reese from Cardiff University reviews a special memorial concert in the capital.
With the capital building up towards the Autumn Internationals, Steffan Rhys Davies, a student at Cardiff University looks at the problem of concussion in rugby.
After two young people were murdered on Cardiff's Queen Street last month, Elen Hannah Davies discusses the reaction and efforts of the police to keep the capital's residents and students safe.
Llion Carbis has been shortlisted for the Best Young Football Blogger Award, 2016. Here's why he loves the game and how he got into blogging.
Gwerfyl Williams looks back at Gwyl INC in Caernarfon
Elin Roberts reviews the Roald Dahl centenary celebrations at the Caernarfon's Galeri.
After their heroics in Rio, Wales's Olympic and Paralympic heros were given a warm welcome at the Senedd.
Fflur Elin, president o the National Union of Students Wales, has called on the government to change the curriculum to increase the amount of political education taught in schools.
With just two months to go in the US presidential election, Saran Richards spoke with Alison Hill, a journalist who now lives in one of the country's key swing states, North Carolina.
Since July, Cadan ap Tomos has been the Welsh Liberal Democrats' spokesperson for young people, equalities, and the Welsh language.
Hacio gave him five questions to answer to see what his party's hopes and main objectives are for the young people of Wales.
Gyda'r haf nawr yn dirwyn i ben, ma' prifysgolion ar draws y Deyrnas Unedig yn paratoi i groesawu'r nifer fwyaf erioed o fyfyrwyr israddedig. Ar ran Hacio, Anwen Jones sydd yn rhannu ei 10 "top tip" hi ar gyfer rheiny sydd ar fin dechrau ar eu teithiau prifysgol.
The Panton Arms in Pentraeth has changed its name to advertise the fact it is a Pokestop on Pokemon Go.
Making the transition from school to university is a big step for anyone in life; so what advice do current students have for those who are about to embark upon that journey?
Hopes are high that Jazz Carlin an other Welsh athletes competing in the Olympics can inspire young people to embrace sport.
A company is considering introducing a Welsh flag emoji this week. Abbie Bolitho looks at the details so far.
A group of refugees have been given the chance to learn Welsh and meet the First Minister, Carwyn Jones, on a visit to the Eisteddfod in Abergavenny.
Brexit, the future of farming in Wales, the YFC, S4C...
On the Wednesday of the Royal Welsh Show, a group of Wales YFC members came together to take part in a special Hacio'n Holi discussion on the showground in Llanelwedd.
Guto had never been to the Royal Welsh, so we decided to send him to Llanelwedd to see what the event had to offer first timers.
Review of Llangrannog's Gwyl Nol a Mla'n by Beca Daniel from Ysgol Gyfun Plasmawr.
Theresa May is the second woman to become British Prime Minister. With women in charge in Scotland and Northern Ireland, and Hillary Clinton running for the US presidency, Beca Daniel from Ysgol Plasmawr asks what impact this could have on women in politics?
In a difficult period for Wales and Europe as a whole, football has managed to unite people according to Tomos Morris.
Before travelling to Lyon to cheer on the side, Tomos Morris from Ysgol Gyfun Gwyr analysed Wales's incredible success at Euro 2016.
With Wales' success in the Euros - is football now our national game? Elen's our Hac this week!
Lois aeth i gyfarfod a rai o chwaraewyr tim pel-droed Cymru i gael sgwrs efo nhw am eu gobeitihon yn y gystadleuaeth.
More than 100 young people marched to the Senedd to protest against Brexit and demand that their voices get heard.
We've been to ask some Urdd members what they think about the EU Referendum...
Bethan Thomas-Rowlands has been looking at the price of parking for students in Cardiff.
WITH Uber arriving in Cardiff this weekend, Guto Hughes asks what kind of effect will it have on the capital?
Are enough women choosing careers in science, technology, engineering and maths in Wales?
Well, according to a recently published Welsh Government report the answer is no.
The report calls for a change in attitude within society and education to boost the number of women studying these subjects.
Report by Glesni Euros.