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Part of the Railway embankment on the railway track from Abernant Station to the Cwmbach Railway tunnel

Most people in Cynon Valley when you mention the Abernant to Merthyr tunnel they say the Cwmbach tunnel but let’s not forget this section of the railway and its historical importance the railway was authorised by Act of Parliament on 3 August 1846.

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council using a postcode lottery when it comes to cleaning out old culverts?

Most will remember Storm Callum that struck in October 2018 some will not want to remember as it was bad if you were one of the many residents who unfortunately had floodwater in their property flooding was widespread throughout Cynon Valley with roads blocked the A465 Heads of the Valleys road c

Sporting Memories Club Volunteers Required

St Winifreds, Heol Bryn Gwyn, Penywaun, Aberdare, CF44 9BB

We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to facilitate weekly Sporting Memories clubs for people aged 50+.

Conservative statement on ex-hospital chief “people will die” comments

For the second time this week, someone with top-level experience at NHS Wales has warned about the current state of the health service.

Half term closure of Miskin Road and Mountain Ash Southern Cross Valley Link

The Council is advising residents and road users of remedial work required at Miskin Road in Mountain Ash, which also requires day-time closures of the Cross Valley Link – scheduled for the school half term to minimise disruption.

Upcoming site activity at the Wattstown Standard Tip

Important work will shortly begin at the Wattstown Standard Tip to manage the potential for a future landslip at the privately-owned site – thanks to a partnership between The Coal Authority, Welsh Government and the Council. 

Cwm Taf Morgannwg launches Menopause@CTM for staff on World Menopause Day

On World Menopause Day (October 18), Cwm Taf Morgannwg (CTM) University Health Board is delighted to be launching a new Menopause support service for staff, to have a better understanding of menopause and how it affects relationships and families. This service is open to both men and women.

£250m of taxpayers’ cash spent on supply teachers across Wales

More than £250 million has been spent on supply teachers in schools across Wales since 2016, new figures have revealed.

Welsh Conservatives said that while supply teachers are a necessity now more than ever, the amount of taxpayer money spent is extremely concerning.

Wales Labour Health Minister has said she "can't rule out" routine NHS services being suspended during the winter months.

Conservative response to potential cancellation of NHS operations

Labour’s Health Minister in Cardiff Bay has said she "can't rule out" routine NHS services being suspended during the wi