The family of a woman who died in an ambulance whilst waiting in a queue outside Morriston hospital have demanded an apology. Sonia Powell died yesterday afternoon after being transferred from another hospital.
Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board says it is investigating an incident in which a woman died in an ambulance queueing outside Morriston hospital.
Sonia Powell died yesterday afternoon after being transferred from another hospital.
Former Cardiff City manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has thanked the players for their efforts, as he makes his departure from the club.
It was confirmed that Solskjaer will step down from his role with the club immediately, and that a search is underway for his replacement.
A woman who died in an ambulance whilst waiting in a queue outside Morriston hospital has been named by her family as Sonia Powell, who lived in the Neath Valley.
In a joint statement yesterday Abertawe Bro Morgannwg Health Board and the Welsh Ambulance Service said a review is being launched into what happened.
The Cardiff City Supporters' Trust say that a new manager is needed to 'energise the players'.
It follows the departure of former manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer earlier this afternoon.
Cardiff City Chairman, Mehmet Dalman, has released a statement which describes Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as a 'wonderful professional'.
In a tweet, the Club wish the former manager 'the very best'.
Cardiff City have confirmed that manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will step down from his role with the club.
Club owner, Vincent Tan, has confirmed the search is underway to find a replacement.
He also explains that the club's recent performance does not 'justify Ole's continue role as manager'.
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The Welsh Assembly's Health and Social Care Committee is holding an inquiry into the problem of legal highs in Wales, the level of knowledge about them, and whether changes to the law could help tackle the issue.
David Rees, chair of the committee, says: "we are worried the term 'legal' does give people the impression that it is safe. We don't know the consequences of these drugs, and we don't know the implications upon the people, the communities and the services here in Wales."
In Ireland, rather than banning substances on a case-by-case basis, a blanket ban on mind-altering substances has been introduced, with certain things like alcohol excluded.
The UK Government Home Office, which has responsibility for drug legislation, says a review of its approach to legal highs has reported back and it will be announcing the outcome soon.