Two parents from Oakdale near Caerphilly have began raising a hundred thousand pounds for an operation to help their daughter walk.
Andrew Cummings was diagnosed as HIV-positive in the mid-80s. As World Aids Day draws near, he tells ITV News how he's lived his life.
Drugs to treat the central nervous system - including painkillers - cost the NHS in Wales more than any other type of drug last year.
There's been a dramatic rise in the number of women over 40 becoming mothers in Wales, according to the Royal College of Midwives (RCM).
In their latest report, published today, they said the number of births to these women rose by 64% last year.
But despite the rising numbers of older mothers, in 2012 the number of babies born in Wales fell for the second year in a row to 35,238.
The report suggests this rise in older mothers could mean more complex births and more pressure for midwives.
Labour MP Ann Clwyd won top prize -Politician of the Year- at tonight's Welsh Political Awards. The Cynon Valley MP's award was for demanding better treatment of hospital patients. It began when she complained that her own husband was neglected before his death at the Heath Hospital in Cardiff.
The Prime Minister asked her to investigate hospital conditions in England and she had=s made it clear that her finding apply equally to Wales. A key finding was that exceptionally high death rates at some hospitals are a strong indication that patients are not properly looked after.
Health chiefs have suspended a specialist liver surgeon linked to the "avoidable deaths" of eight patients he operated on in South Wales.
Consultant surgeon David Paul Berry, based at University Hospital Wales, has been banned by the General Medical Council (GMC) from doing any further liver surgery.
The Cardiff and Vale University Health Board has suspended a specialist liver surgeon linked to the "avoidable deaths" of eight patients he operated on in South Wales.
Living a healthy lifestyle could dramatically reduce the risk of developing dementia - according to a major piece of new research. A study of more than two thousand middle-aged men in Caerphilly found the risk can be cut by 60 percent.
Exercise was the key factor but cutting out on drinking alcohol and smoking, as well as eating more healthy food could also have a huge impact. Our correspondent Carole Green reports.
People are being urged not to use the accident and emergency department at Morriston Hospital in Swansea if at all possible as the staff try to cope with a high number of patients. Operations there have already had to be cancelled.
Abi Davies had been waiting six months for her surgery before it was postponed. She says she now plans to get treated in England. Kevin Ashford reports.
Poor communication and management at Wales' biggest health board meant that high rates of infection were not tackled. The findings from a National_ _Assembly Committee report highlight a breakdown between senior leaders at the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board.
Several senior managers have since left and a new management structure is in place. They have promised they are working to address any failings but for one family, that's too little, too late. Ian Lang reports.
Darren Millar, chairman of the Public Accounts Committee, told ITV News that the new leadership team at Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board has a "huge task ahead" to turn around public confidence. He said the whole of the NHS in Wales needs to learn lessons from what happened.
Morriston hospital say patients are taking longer to recover from illnesses and are staying longer in hospital beds which has resulted on operations being cancelled and a stretched A&E service.
Patients are being asked to avoid going to the hospital if they can use other services such as their GP, a pharmacy or the minor injuries unit at Neath Port Talbot and Singleton hospitals.
Those arriving with less serious conditions are likely to face a longer wait says Abertawe Bro Morgannwg health board, "We apologise to patients whose surgery has been postponed, and we will reschedule as soon as possible.
"We fully understand that it is upsetting and frustrating for patients and their families if an operation does not go ahead as planned, and we only postpone planned treatment if it is completely unavoidable," said a spokesperson.
Many of the emergency admissions involve a large number of frail, older, people; many with more than one health condition needing treatment. The health board says they need a great deal of care which can take time to administer.
The Welsh Conservative Leader says 2013 was 'an unlucky year for Wales.' Andrew RT Davies said Wales has been making headlines 'for all the wrong reasons,' highlighting international education figures, ambulance waiting times and problems facing Welsh businesses. He said:
Thirteen is unlucky for some – and if you own a business, have a child in school, or a relative requiring NHS treatment, 2013 has been unlucky for you.
If a crisis is defined as a worrying failure to get the important things right – or a time of intense difficulty – then Wales is currently in the middle of one.
– Andrew RT Davies, leader of the Opposition
The country’s economic levers remain dusty and idle. Still no council tax freeze – despite another freeze in England – and still no further support for small businesses. Yet taxpayers have been forced to buy an airport for 52 million pounds, when an airport in Scotland was recently nationalised for a pound.
A Welsh university student, currently in their first year, has spent their entire life in a Labour-run education system. During those 14 years, pupils have been let down and a generation has been lost. PISA results cannot be swept away by Carwyn Jones and Welsh Labour.