The man in charge of the NHS in Wales has released his annual report and, despite a year of conflict and controversy across the service, it paints an upbeat picture of progress on many fronts.
David Sissling accepts there were "unprecedented pressures" on NHS Wales last winter.
He also says that acknowledging shortcomings can be "uncomfortable" - but much of the report highlights impovements not problems.
So, is it a system in crisis or a time of rapid improvement?
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Workers on the First Great Western service are set to walk out from Wednesday evening until the start of services on Saturday morning.
It's a dull and dreary start to the day for much of Wales, but hang on in there - things can only get better!
Some very wet weather will sink it's way south and east overnight, with mist and murk developing around coasts.