19:38 UK time, Wednesday, 5 March 2014
It's difficult to think of many things more important than mortality rates at hospitals - for the public for obvious reasons and politically for the Welsh government.
The head of Wales' largest exam board calls for a delay in the introduction of new GCSE courses next year amid a row over "unexpectedly low" grades for a new English language exam.
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The chief executive of Pembrokeshire council survives a vote of no confidence after a spending watchdog found the authority had made "unlawful" payments.
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