There are fears tonight of a fresh round of cuts in the Welsh health service after a damning report revealed the scale of NHS overspending. The deficit for this year alone is likely to be nearly £70 million - and could be a lot worse.
The Auditor General for Wales is warning that health bosses need to make tough choices on workforce costs and bring in a "realistic short term savings plan".
Our health correspondent Mariclare Carey-Jones reports:
The Welsh Government has issued this statement in response to the Wales Audit Office report.