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He had surgery on a colon tumour and it was successfully removed.' Mr Green was due to have keyhole surgery at Withybush General Hospital in Haverfordwest but had open surgery instead in June 2012 . The inquest heard in the early hours following the
Carole Denby, 63, was walking with her husband in Carmarthen, Wales, when she slipped and broke her left ankle in 2006...Freelance journalist Carole Denby, 63, took her own life after suffering eight years of pain due to a broken ankle Mr Denby says
Mark Drakeford to meet Withybush Hospital baby unit plan opponents About 1,000 protesters have marched against the plans Campaigners opposed to centralising specialist care for babies born in west Wales are due to meet Health Minister Mark Drakeford.
Murray Cleverley was last year appointed as chairman of the Canterbury District Health Board by Health Minister Tony Ryall. At the time of his appointment, The Press reported he was a director, part-time farmer and part-time Canterbury Earthquake
For the first time in three years, wind turbines will not be the overriding issue in the town election. Voters will see just two contested races this election season, and the turbines are positioned to be a campaign issue in just one of them.
A health board hit by allegations of poor care has invited patients and relatives to put their views directly to senior figures at special meetings. Abertawe Bro Morgannwg will hold clinics where people can talk to senior medics and managers about
File photo / Ted Baghurst A coroner has urged Hutt Valley District Health Board to review its outpatient care system following the death of a 17-year-old girl who overdosed on anti-depressants. Rachel Mackley died after a massive overdose in
Wrexham hospital patient death investigated by police Further tests are to be carried out to establish the cause of death Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a patient at a north Wales hospital. Alan Walker, 81, of
An audit of Capital & Coast District Health Board found chairs in the hospital's waiting room and beds in the children's wards had "deteriorated" so badly that there were holes in the vinyl of both. They were considered too ragged to clean to an
Darren, a father of three from Hope, Flintshire, said: 'We went to A&E in June and we were in there for quite a few hours and she was sent home with a diagnosis of soft tissue damage. 'It seemed pretty busy in there and we waited around for an hour-