The average Welshman can expect health problems once he's 61, two years younger than the UK figure. For Welsh women, it's 18 months later.Read the full story ›
Plans for a scheme aimed at boosting Swansea and the surrounding areas will come under scrutiny by the Welsh Secretary and a former leading cabinet minister.
Alun Cairns and Lord Heseltine along with business and local authority leaders will go over the business case for what's known as the Swansea Bay City Region Deal.
Michael Heseltine, who was a cabinet minster in the governments of Margaret Thatcher and John Major, was born in Swansea.
With discussions at an advanced stage, today’s challenge session is about putting the business case for the City Deal under the microscope so we are absolutely clear about expectations.
It is hugely helpful to have an expert in regeneration projects like Lord Heseltine to help with the task. He has years of experience in overseeing projects that really breathe new life into communities, and he is well practiced in seeing the vision turn into reality on the ground.
The peer will attack Prime Minister Theresa May for failing to represent the 48% who voted in favour of Remain.Read the full story ›
Rachel Williams from Newport says there needs to be consistency in how different parts of the country deal with the problem.Read the full story ›
Puppets from ITV's Spitting Image of Neil Kinnock and his wife Glenys have sold at auction today for £3,400.
Former Labour leader and his wife were a regular sight on the programme in the 1990s.
Spitting image was a popular puppet show that poked fun at the politicians of the day. It ran from 1984 until 1996
The UK Government last week announced that just 350 children will be given a home in the UK; campaigners had hoped for 3,000.Read the full story ›