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£2.7 million emergency funding will help Wales’s heritage weather the coronavirus storm

The National Lottery Heritage Fund has awarded almost £3 million (£2,742,400) to 54 organisations in Wales as part of an emergency support package for the UK’s heritage sector.

Working to keep Rhondda Cynon Taf communities gas safe

As communities across Rhondda Cynon Taf adapt to new coronavirus restrictions, Wales & West Utilities wants to reassure people of the steps it is taking to keep them safe. 

High Court allows appeal by claimant after council bids to withdraw admissions of liability in failure to remove case

An unnamed South Wales local authority has been stopped by the High Court from withdrawing three admissions of lability made in a lengthy dispute over the care while a child of J, who is now aged 20 and seeks damages.

Further interventions announced to stop the spread of Coronavirus in RCT. But the pubs remain open?

The Welsh Government has announced that further interventions will come into force across all of Rhondda Cynon Taf from 6pm on Thursday 17, September, to help prevent increasing Coronavirus cases from spreading further. 

INCIDENT UPDATE | Porth RTC - Two hospitalised and an appeal for information

South Wales Police are appealing for information following a serious multi-vehicle collision which occurred on Trebanog Road, Porth at approximately 9am today (Wednesday, 16 Sept).

A coach was in collision with a number of moving and parked vehicles as it travelled along Trebanog Road.

Welsh Government Local restrictions imposed to control Rhondda Cynon Taf outbreak

Coronavirus laws are being tightened in Rhondda Cynon Taf Council area following a sharp increase in cases of the virus, Health Minister Vaughan Gething has confirmed.
 
A range of new measures will come into force from 6pm on Thursday 17thSeptember 2020, to protect people’s

No lockdown for RCT just Local restrictions?

Local restrictions imposed to control Rhondda Cynon Taf outbreak

Coronavirus laws are being tightened in Rhondda Cynon Taf Council area following a sharp increase in cases of the virus, Health Minister Vaughan Gething has confirmed.

Council Leader's Covid-19 update statement

3PM - Tuesday, September 15

The rise in confirmed coronavirus cases locally over the last 14 days (296 at the time of writing) has quite clearly shown that the virus is very much still in circulation in our communities. 

TWO PUBS and a BARBERS Served Notices in RCT

Pubs and businesses across Rhondda Cynon Taf are once again being told to follow the rules or face closure as TWO further PUBS and a BARBERS have been Served Notices in RCT.