Irfon Williams from Bangor was forced to move to England after his local health board refused to fund a drug that could save his life.Read the full story ›
It’s one of the greatest stories ever told. In Wales, the rise and fall of the coal industry goes hand in hand with the growth and the decline of many of our communities.
But that industry which once employed over a quarter of a million people in Wales has now dwindled to such a point that only seven Welsh deep pit miners remain.
After decades of closures and thousands of redundancy notices, many of our mine workers were forced into an almost nomadic lifestyle, travelling the length and breadth of the UK to find work.
It is this which brought a group of Welsh deep pit mine workers to the Kellingley Colliery, in North Yorkshire
As Wales' relationship with coal draws to an end, Wales This Week follows the last Welsh pitmen as they clock off for the final time.Read the full story ›
A student has described how she found out her mother had died in the Nepal earthquake. Maya Hyolmo, has returned to Nepal support her familyRead the full story ›
The founder of a Welsh run school in Nepal has travelled back to the country for the first time since the earthquake.Read the full story ›
Doctors in Wales are under massive and mounting strain. GPs say they’re weighed down by patient demand, paperwork and declining investment.Read the full story ›
As the Government looks to crack down on immigration, Wales This Week follows one couple’s story whose wedding dreams were torn apart.Read the full story ›
Many of us are looking for ways to save energy at home and reduce the cost of our bills, but how green are you? Take our quiz to find out.Read the full story ›
Wind, water and sun- all set to power renewable energy projects in Wales. But what effect will there be on the environment and our bills?Read the full story ›
The food and drink industry is Wales’ biggest employer - but as supermarkets slash contracts and spark widespread redundancies, what can be done to boost Brand Wales?
Wales This Week "Food For Thought" is now available to watch online at itv.com/walesprogrammes