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Police responses to medical emergencies

Overdoses, slashed wrists, stab wounds and head injuries are just some of the emergencies dealt with by police officers sent to medical emergencies in Wales.

Air-link subsidy continues to rise

The cost of maintaining the Cardiff-Anglesey air-link continues to rise, according to information obtained by Welsh Conservatives.  

Fresh call to abandon North Wales baby care plans

Shadow Health Minister Darren Millar today made fresh calls for controversial plans to relocate long-term neonatal intensive care services for North Wales' babies to the Wirral to be scrapped.

The North Wales Floods

The news crews may have left, but for the residents of Conwy and Denbighshire whose homes were hit by floods on November 27th, the misery and heartache continues and will do for months to come.

NHS funding is unsustainable disaster

On December 5th, Health Minister Lesley Griffiths announced that the NHS in Wales will get an extra £82 millon to help it balance the books. The Minister pledged the cash after repeatedly telling health boards that there was no extra money to help them break even and that financial bailouts were a thing of the past.

Swift rise in eye op waits

The number of people waiting for eye operations in one Welsh health board has risen rapidly during 2012.

AM goes back to school

Clwyd West AM Darren Millar had a blast from the past today when he paid a visit to his old secondary school –  Abergele’s Ysgol Emrys ap Iwan.

Asda fundraiser for flood victims

Clwyd West AM Darren Millar put his pedalling power to the test last week when he took part in a sponsored cyclethon for St Asaph flood victims.