A Committee at the National Assembly for Wales is calling for urgent action to address a diabetes 'epidemic' in Wales.
The Health and Social Care Committee has been told that five per cent of the Welsh population - that's more than 160,000 people - have now been diagnosed with diabetes.
An estimated 300,000 people have what is known as pre-diabetes, which means they have higher than normal blood glucose levels.
The Committee found that targets for tackling the problem set out 10 years ago in the Welsh Government's Diabetes National Service Framework are likely to be missed.
More top news
Healthy Air Cymru, a coalition of Welsh charities, have urged the Welsh Government to do more to tackle air pollution.
The findings are based on average earnings, house prices, access to services, crime figures, skill levels and unemployment figures.
Details of the road closures and train delays ahead of Ed Sheeran's concert over the next four evenings.