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Rise in child obesity-related hospital admissions BBC News Admissions for obesity-related conditions were more common in girls There has been a four-fold increase in the number of children and teenagers admitted to hospital for obesity-related
It's one of the most anticipated films of the year, and Diana just released a new teaser trailer for UK audiences. Directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel, the biopic stars Naomi Watts as the late Princess Diana, and it seems she captured the essence of the
Finance Wales' £31m for small and medium firms up 20% Welsh SMEs have received £256m from Finance Wales since 2001 Investment in small and medium firms by the Welsh government's investment bank rose by 20% to £31m in the last year, figures show.
Welsh government plans to improve critical care reveal an "unknown number of patients" are denied high level care due to "capacity shortages". The Conservatives said there was a shortage of critical care beds due to Labour's "record-breaking NHS cuts"
Carwyn Jones warns cuts needed in 'unprotected' budgets Carwyn Jones said his cabinet was going through its budgets 'line by line' Labour will need to find more spending cuts to deliver manifesto pledges, First Minister Carwyn Jones has warned.
10 June 2013 0 View comments Cambridge and Oxford are still dominated by students from the South East, it was revealed today. More students were sent to study at the universities by Surrey than the whole of Wales and North East England combined,
Edwina Hart leads Welsh government trade mission to Japan Edwina Hart is in Japan until 16 June Wales' Economy Minister Edwina Hart is leading a trade mission to Japan in an attempt to boost investment in Wales and promote Welsh businesses. Last year
Monmouth Tory MP David Davies warned that the unfairness of Welsh and Scottish MPs voting on English issues could cause anger among English voters...It comes as the UK government considers whether to give Wales major borrowing and taxation powers.
A week after the disastrous Derby run of Godolphin's star three-year-old Dawn Approach, the blues' older flagbearer Farhh was ruled out of next week's Royal Ascot meeting. The five-year-old pulled up lame yesterday morning after routine exercise and
Wales hung on for a tense win against a fired-up Japan in the heat of Osaka. A second-half try by Harry Robinson, converted by Dan Biggar, gave Wales the edge. Biggar kicked four penalties and replacement Rhys Patchell also kicked a penalty on his