The number of people in Wales diagnosed as blind or living with sight loss as a result of diabetes has almost halved since the introduction of a new national diabetic retinopathy screening programme in 2003, according to new research published in the British Medical Journal.
Swansea has taken major steps towards becoming an internationally acclaimed hub for burns treatment and research after winning a £2 million grant.
Let’s face it, we all judge a book by its cover. And that is often true when it comes to people.
Preparations have begun for the demolition works to commence at the former Police Station in Port Talbot to make way for a brand new four storey building. Once completed, the redevelopment project will include 30 new apartments and three commercial units.
Visitors to the county council marquee will be able to take a virtual tour of the route which is set to become a major leisure tourist attraction.
With term-time drawing to an end, Cardiff Airport is preparing for a busy school summer holiday with over 260,000 passengers expected to jet off in search of sunnier climes; an increase of 7% versus summer 2016.
Pre-tax profit has grown at skincare products business Dr Organic in the year following its takeover by NBTY. The latest results also cover the acquisition of new Swansea headquarters.
The oldest surviving Welsh manuscript will be available to see in its home town, more than 750 years after it was published.
A flexible bus service for people living in rural communities has been launched in Pembrokeshire.
Fun events and activities are taking place at Oystermouth Castle this summer to help keep children entertained.