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More than 17,000 people are born every year in the UK after successful IVF treatment. And thirty years ago, Wales this Week was there at the birth of one the very first test tube babies in Wales.
Three decades on, Wales this Week catches up with the Dyer family, and talks to the experts about how IVF treatment has advanced in the last thirty years.
Animal welfare campaigners have claimed that working dogs on some Welsh farms are struggling to survive, hidden from view in appalling conditions.
ITV Wales has been given secretly-shot film evidence which suggests that some dogs and their pups are being neglected and mistreated.
Animal welfare campaigners have claimed that working dogs on some Welsh farms are struggling to survive.Read the full story ›
A team of Welsh paramedics are saving lives six thousand miles from their Pontypridd base.Read the full story ›
They knock on our doors, preaching peace and good will. But now victims of a South Wales sex abuser claim his crimes were covered up by the Jehovah’s Witnesses.
Victims of sex abuse by a Welsh Jehovah’s Witness call on the church to change its policy of self-policing.Read the full story ›
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There is to be no full inquest into the deaths of four miners at the Gleision Colliery, ITV Wales has learned. The Health and Safety Executive has confirmed it will now be publishing a report on its investigation into the tragedy.
Three years after the fatal flood at Gleision, there are continuing calls for answers into what went wrong from the victims’ families, the mine owners and local MP Peter Hain.
Talking to Wales This Week, he said he would be raising the issue in Parliament.
At least to bring to a wider audience my doubts and my questions, and to speak to the families. Not to re-open the trial, not to seek vengeance, not to try and find scapegoats because I doubt that there are any to be found. This was a terrible tragedy and we want to know what went on, and nobody’s telling us.
Wales This Week has uncovered evidence which sheds new light on the history of the mine; confusion about when it was licensed and working; serious doubts about the number and accuracy of underground plans; and a gap in the provision of legally required documentation for the Gleision.
Wales This Week tonight at 8 on ITV Cymru Wales.
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