In the run up to Christmas, Wales This Week investigates the dangers of buying cheap, fake and dangerous goods on the internet.
You can catch up with this episode of Wales This Week: The True Cost of Christmas online at itv.com/walesprogrammes
A major high street retailer has removed a 'potentially dangerous' mobile phone charger from its shops following an ITV Wales investigation.Read the full story ›
Catch up: Saying Goodbye To MumRead the full story ›
Jackie Baker had motor neurone disease and wanted to end her life at the Swiss clinic. ITV Wales followed her on her final journey.Read the full story ›
A team of Welsh health board bosses return to the NHS frontline to find out for themselves the challenges facing their 8000-strong workforce.
A team of Welsh health board bosses return to the NHS frontline to experience the challenges facing their 8000-strong workforce.Read the full story ›
Behind the scenes access of the story behind the new National Lido of Wales. A £6.3 million project to rebuild the Pontypridd Baths, 90 years after their glory days.
How does a Lido go from this:
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