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Welsh Government is investing £8 million in a state-of-the-art facility in the capital’s Pontprennau area.
The team hope the treasure hunt will help identify public access defibrillators which are not registered with the Welsh Ambulance Service.
Kind-hearted businesses in South Wales have stepped up a gear and come forward with offers of repair for a damaged ambulance service vehicle.
Statement from Chief Executive Jason Killens in response to Health Minister's statement on unscheduled care pressures over winter 2019/20 and next steps to improve ambulance services.
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