Tablets - of the computing variety - could help help patients and doctors in Wales as part of a technology revamp.Read the full story ›
Last year 105 people were killed on the roads of Wales, while a further 1,081 were seriously injured.Read the full story ›
Aberthaw power station pollution 'too high', the European Court of Justice has ruled.Read the full story ›
A ruling's due on whether the Government has misinterpreted European law governing pollution from Aberthaw power station.
Environmentalists claim the plant produces more than double the legal amount of nitrogen oxide.
Government officials argue emission limits should be higher because of it's 'unusual design'.
The TV presenter, who is pregnant with her first child, spoke on ITV's This Morning about learning her mother went through early menopause.Read the full story ›
A charity has announced it's to invest a quarter of its research budget into an incurable lung condition.Read the full story ›
People who drop cigarette butts outside Wales' largest hospital are being slapped with £80 fines.
The Fixed Penalty Notices (FPNs) are being handed out at Cardiff's University Hospital of Wales and all grounds controlled by the Cardiff and Vale University Health Board.
Littering also attracts a fine.
We are patrolling known areas to educate offenders about waste disposal and are issuing FPNs to anyone seen dropping litter.
In just one afternoon, I alone have issued hundreds of pounds’ worth of FPNs. One was to a taxi driver dropping a cigarette butt out the window and another was to a visitor discarding her cigarette as she made her way towards the hospital entrance.
Some have dropped other items such as coffee cups.
The charity helps hundreds of children in Wales who have epilepsy.Read the full story ›
Olympic cyclist Chris Boardman paid tribute to his bike-enthusiast mother as he called for safer routes to encourage cycling across the UK.Read the full story ›