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.
ITV News has seen a letter from the Health Minister ordering a review into the Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board.
The Welsh Government has again defended the Welsh Blood Service for spending almost half a million pounds buying blood supplies from other UK services.
Welsh Liberal Democrat leader Kirsty Williams called for a statement from the Health Minister to 'explain why this situation has happened' and to give assurances to Assembly Members that the it was under control.
However Business Minister Lesley Griffiths refused to commit to a statement saying that the Blood Service had reached a temporary agreement to import blood in order to cope with 'a change management programme.'
The director of health protection for Public Health Wales has described measles as a 'serious illness', adding: "No parent or young person should believe it cannot happen to them."
– Dr Marion Lyons, Public Health Wales
The report into the outbreak shows how four cases of measles contracted by children from Wales visiting a holiday camp in England became more than 1,200 cases in the space of eight months.
The only guarantee against catching measles is receiving the full two doses of the MMR vaccine, and while we have 30,000 children and young people still needing vaccination, we can't assume we will not see further outbreaks of this scale.
One person died and 88 were admitted to hospital during the outbreak.
The Presiding Officer has refused a bid by Welsh Liberal Democrat leader to question the Health Minister on concerns about the Welsh Blood Service. Kirsty Williams had tabled an Urgent Question following revelations by ITV Cymru Wales about sharp increases in bought-in blood supplies.
The Lib Dem leader is expected to call for a statement from the minister during this afternoon's Business Question session in the Senedd.
A review into Wales' biggest measles outbreak says authorities still need to do more to eradicate the infection, which began in 2012.
Here's what you need to know:
- There were originally only four cases of measles found in November last year
- 1,202 people contracted the infection, 88 were hospitalised and one person died
- During the outbreak period, 77,805 vaccines were administered
- Two doses of the MMR are 99% effective in protecting against measles
- It is believed 42,000 Welsh children are still not protected against the infection
- Swansea and Port Talbot have the highest record of cases between 2012-13
A review into Wales' biggest measles outbreak has called on authorities to strive to eradicate the infection.
The Public Health Wales review gives recommendations to the NHS, local authorities and the Welsh Government on future protocols when dealing with a measles epidemic.
Parents are still being urged to get their children vaccinated after further cases were found in Swansea last month.
Over 1,202 people have contracted measles since November last year.
Public Health Wales officials are concerned this number could grow if children don't receive both doses of the MMR vaccine.
The Welsh Blood Service needs to concentrate more on working with communities rather than buying in blood supplies, according to Welsh Conservative leader Andrew RT Davies. He was commenting on revelations that collection changes have led to falling donations in the Welsh Blood Service area.
Mr Davies said 'the service needs to recognise it's got to work with communities rather than buying blood in' from elsewhere.
Plaid Cymru's Rhodri Glyn Thomas says it's 'ludicrous' for the Welsh Blood Service to be buying in supplies at a time of financial pressure in the NHS. He was commenting on revelations that the service has spent nearly half a million pounds on supplies from outside its area.
Cwm Taf health board has tweeted to advise patients that A&E services at Royal Glamorgan are under pressure.
It has asked those with minor injuries to visit Ysbyty Cwm Rhondda instead, which is just under 10 miles away.
Royal Glamorgan Hospital A&E is very busy today. If you have a minor injury please call 01443 444 075 for appointment at Ysbyty Cwm Rhondda
It comes ahead of a debate by Assembly Members later on how to prepare the Welsh NHS for another busy winter.
A debate will be held in the Senedd later on how to prepare the Welsh Health Service for another busy winter.
Last week David Sissling, the Chief Executive, revealed to the Public Accounts Committee that the service was only just catching up with the backlog of cancelled operations caused by last winter's surge in demand.
In October, Hywel Dda Health Board outlined plans to stop some non-urgent operations over winter months.
The findings of a report into last year's measles outbreak centred on Swansea are due to be outlined later. The outbreak began in November 2012 and didn't end until July. The report is expected to recommend measures to prevent a future outbreak.