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Ceredigion & Rhondda Cynon Taf Council responded to our recent article in relation to Amgen Cymru and associated waste management

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council has been the subject of some bad publicity in recent weeks because just one recycling bag was found in Malaysia bearing the name of the council.

 

Series hospital of Hope 'VCC wins BAFTA Cymru!

This is a week of celebration for staff, patients and volunteers VCC having won an award for best fiction series about hospital of Hope 'is a Welsh BAFTA ceremony Sunday night.

 

Transport for Wales “on the wrong track”

A year after Transport for Wales took over the running of our trains in Wales from Arriva Wales, Leader of the Welsh Conservatives, Paul Davies AM has raised the failings of the new service with the Welsh Labour

Search continues for missing Merthyr woman Brooke Morris

Police in Merthyr Tydfil are continuing their search for missing woman Brooke Morris.

Call for Artists

If you are an artist and the idea of winning a cash prize appeals to you or you would like to see your artworks on display in an art gallery and seen by hundreds of visitors then this might be of interest.

(TEMPORARY CLOSURE) ORDER NATIONAL CYCLE ROUTE 47 (INCLUDING FOOTPATH 8 PONTYPRIDD AND FOOTPATH 29 ABERCYNON

RHONDDA CYNON TAFF COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL

(NATIONAL CYCLE ROUTE 47 (INCLUDING FOOTPATH 8 PONTYPRIDD AND FOOTPATH 29 ABERCYNON)

(TEMPORARY CLOSURE) ORDER 2019

 

Jail for woman who burgled elderly family friend twice

Y Twyn – her victim, and man in his 70s, was sleeping in his bedroom when he heard a bang on the landing.

Cabinet Members to receive update on draft Corporate Plan

Cabinet will receive an update on the ongoing scrutiny and consultation of the Council’s draft Corporate Plan 2020-2024 (‘Making a Difference’), which provides a vision for Rhondda Cynon Taf over the next four years. 

Introducing a new 20mph speed limit and across Abercynon, including Carnetown and Glancynon.

The Council has completed a public consultation over proposed highway improvements across Abercynon – with valuable feedback received from 136 residents in a public exhibition and 61 people who took part separately. 

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