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New figures show HIV diagnosis has reached a 15-year high in Wales.
Health experts are warning that more needs to be done to halt
the spread of the disease.
189 people tested positive here in 2014,
according to the latest figures.
Kate Scott-Williams reports.
It was a hard-hitting message 30 years ago.
There is now a danger that has been a threat to us all.
It is a deadly disease and there is no known cure.
AIDS is no longer the threat it was, thanks to new drugs,
HIV patients are much less likely to develop AIDS.
But campaigners say reducing HIV infection rate is still a priority.
Testing for HIV in Wales increased by 48% in men and 34% in
women between 2012 and 2014.
The rate of new HIV diagnoses increased
by 65% in men and 37% in women.
The highest rate was among the young men.
There's also been an increase in sexually transmitted diseases.
The rise that we have seen over the last few years in Wales is not
in men who have sex with men, but is
also in the heterosexual population.
It's kind of suggests that maybe something
is happening in the, I would say, over 35
There are calls for the drug known as PrEP, which can prevent HHV
to be introduced in Wales to tackle the problem.
It has been the centre of a High Court battle with
campaigners winning the fight for the drug to be available
on the NHS in England.
The Welsh Government has said it will review all the
Scuba divers have used a giant balloon to raise a wagon
that was formerly used to transport Welsh slate more than a century ago.
Members of Rhosneigr sub-aqua club, on Anglesey, were diving
at Llyn Padarn, in Snowdonia, when the wagon was found.
It'll now go on display at the Llanberis Lake Railway's Museum.
The first day of competition is underway in the Olympics,
with plenty of Welsh interest.
Cyclist Geraint Thomas has been battling the gruelling heat
in the road race since lunchtime - with another two hours still to go.
Rhodri Llywelyn reports from Rio.
Beside Rio's golden beaches comes the first opportunity of Welsh
success at these Olympic Games.
Geraint Thomas is already a two-time Olympic champion.
Both those gold medals came in track cycling.
Today, he goes in the road race, which has just begun.
They were right for around six hours, before the finish
here at Copacabana.
Alongside the Welshman in a team of five
British cyclists is three times Tour de France winner Chris Froome.
Who will be going for gold was a well-kept secret.
Geraint Thomas is going to be awesome on the climbs.
I've been watching him.
The team work well together.
You saw how they worked in the Tour de France recently, so
they're all set up for this and I think it will be awesome.
My granny lives just outside Abergavenny near Brecon.
And you've come to the Olympic games, presumably, to
support Geraint Thomas the Welshman?
The course has brutal climbs in scorching temperatures.
Survive those and there could soon be another Olympic medal,
Meanwhile, Welsh rowers have been in action -
Victoria Thornley is through to the double sculls semifinal
with defending Olympic champion Katherine Grainger.
And Chris Bartley helped Team GB's lightweight four boat qualify
for the semifinal after finishing second in the heats.
Elsewhere, a great start too for Jasmine Joyce,
from St Davids.
She was among those to score in the rugby
sevens Olympic debut, beating hosts Brazil
by 29 points to three.
And West Ham have agreed a fee of around ?20 million
for Swansea striker Andre Ayew.
The 26-year-old was the Swans' top scorer.
On the pitch, Cardiff had a goalless draw away to Birmingham
in the Championship.
In League Two, Newport were beaten 3-2 at home to Mansfield.
And in the national league, Wrexham also drew 0-0
at home to Dover.
Let's get the weather now - here's Sue.
After a fine and dry day for most of Wales, turning bright
again, but blustery tomorrow.
Tonight is dry for a time.
The cloud will thicken from the west.
Patchy mist and drizzle developing.
Very murky and the temperatures overnight at 15 to 18 Celsius.
And early drizzle clears tomorrow.
Code breaking allows sunny spells to develop.
And then brightening up through the day,
but remaining quite blustery, too.
Brisk westerly winds along the coast.
Highs of 18 Celsius in Pembrokeshire.
20 in Conwy.
That's Wales Today.
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