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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.

 

Council to consult on new facilities for people with learning disabilities

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council is to hold a consultation event on the creation of two modern purpose-built accommodation schemes for people with learning disabilities.

Mountain Ash Cross Valley will cause disruption to weekend train services from September 28-29.

The Mountain Ash Cross Valley Link will reach an exciting landmark as the main bridge structure will be placed over the River Cynon and Cardiff to Aberdare railway line. This will cause disruption to weekend train services from September 28-29.

Eloise Williams named first Children’s Laureate Wales

Literature Wales has announced that popular Pembrokeshire-based children’s author Eloise Williams is the first Children’s Laureate Wales.

Welsh Labour First Minister stalled proposals for M4 why?

Paul Davies AM began the new term in the Welsh Parliament today by reminding First Minister Mark Drakeford of some of the failed promises made by his government in recent mont

Watchdog to launch project to fund legal actions on transport discrimination

The equality watchdog is to launch a new project that will provide funding for disabled and older people to take legal action when they have faced discrimination on public transport.

New CIL rules come into force communities will be able to see what developer contributions are spent on

Updated Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) rules, which mean that communities will be able to see what developer contributions are spent on, have come into force

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