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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.


Homeless easy target for heartless Council

There has been much talk recently of the rise in anti-social behaviour in Pontypridd town centre with local Councillors, the police, council officers and others meeting to try and find possible solutions.

A joint report from social services DCC looks older people's ability to be independent

The joint review, conducted by the Care Inspectorate Wales (SSD) and Healthcare Inspectorate Wales (HIW), consider how well DCC promote independence and prevent escalating needs of older adults.

NSPCC Fights for a Fair Start in Wales

The NSPCC have launched a new campaign ‘Fight for a Fair Start’, aimed at ensuring there is perinatal mental health support available for every parent who needs it, wherever they live.

Cattle grid repairs at Heol-y-Sarn in Llantrisant

The Council will undertake repairs to a cattle grid at Heol-y-Sarn, requiring the road’s closure between Llantrisant Business Park and Llantrisant Old Town.

The scheme, which will replace the concrete plinths beneath the cattle grid, will begin in the week commencing August 19.

12 new homes completed in Aberdare town centre

A derelict, Grade II-listed building in Aberdare has been transformed into affordable apartments.

BBC History series urgently looking for Ann Evans of Aberdare

 I'm a TV Producer working on BBC2's new series of 'Back In Time'. I'm urgently searching for any information about Ann Evans of Aberdare, who, in November 1958 aged 11 years old, was the world toy hoop marathon champion.


Identifying health and well-being research priorities for children 0 – 7 years

Public Health Wales has produced a survey to help inform their research priorities over the next ten years.