Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has apologised to almost 1,800 women who missed out on screening appointments for breast cancer.
Almost 1,800 women are being contacted by the NHS after it emerged they were not invited for breast screening appointments.
Pregnant women in Wales will be the first in the UK to be offered a safer and more accurate test for Down’s syndrome, according to the Welsh Government.
Women in some areas of Dundee are less likely to go for breast cancer screening than women in the rest of Scotland.
A drop-in cervical screening session was held in Arbroath when more than 30 women had a smear test carried out.