This Sunday marks 100 days to go until the change to the organ donation law in Wales is launched. Alan and Teresa Wilkin share their story.Read the full story ›
The Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board are discussing potential changes to maternity services including downgrading one hospital site.Read the full story ›
A dramatic rise in diabetes cases could "bring down the NHS", a charity has warned.Read the full story ›
This Sunday marks 100 days to go until the change to the organ donation law in Wales is launched. Gloria Owens tells us her story.Read the full story ›
Silent Witness actress and disability campaigner Liz Carr argues why legalising assisted suicide would lead to "mistakes and abuse".Read the full story ›
Writing for ITV News, actor Sir Patrick Stewart says Bob Cole's death shows why assisted dying must be a fundamental right for us all.Read the full story ›
A terminally ill North Wales man who called for a change to the UK law on assisted dying has ended his life at a Swiss clinic.
Bob Cole, 68, said he would end his life at the Dignitas euthanasia unit around 18 months after watching his wife Ann Hall do the same.
The former carpenter, who had an aggressive form of lung cancer called mesothelioma, had told The Sun newspaper: "I should be able to die with dignity in my own country, in my own bed. The law needs to change. How do you change the law? People have got to take a stand."
There has been much debate over whether there should be a change in the law on assisted dying in the UK.Read the full story ›
A man from North Wales with terminal cancer is documenting his final moments in Switzerland - and his last push for a change in the law.Read the full story ›