Porth Community School is an English-medium all-age (3-16) comprehensive school in Porth, Rhondda. The school opened in September 2018 following the closure of Porth County Community School, Porth Infants School, Porth Junior School and Llwyncelyn Infants School.
“There seems to be some confusion, denial, or just a slopey-shouldered attitude to Wales NHS in Welsh Labour,” began Andrew RT Davies AM/AC, commenting on a social media spat that saw Dawn Bowden AM/AC, the We
Shown on BBC Wales yesterday (January 27) evening, the investigation The Baby Scandal – about maternity services at scandal-hit Cwm Taf Morgannwg Health Board – included harrowing interviews with bereaved parents or those of children left adversely affected by the care given.
Dr Sharon Hopkins, Interim CEO, said: “The South Wales Programme was a large-scale consultation designed to address major challenges faced by many hospitals in recruiting and retaining highly skilled staff in certain speciality areas.
Commenting on the report that staff have started leaving the Bridgend Ford engine plant – due to close when production of the marque’s Sigma engines ceases later this year – Shadow Minister for Business and the Economy Russell George said:
Police are urging the public to be vigilant following an alarming incident in Pontypridd yesterday (13 Jan). A woman was contacted by somebody claiming to be from Sky TV. They said that there had been problems with internet connections in the area, and offered to help.
The Minister for Education, Kirsty Williams, has visited the School of Education at Aberystwyth University to talk to students about why now is the perfect time to start their teaching career in Wales.
Council Leader Andrew Morgan has today reallocated service responsibilities within his Cabinet following the personal decision of Councillor Geraint Hopkins to step down from his Executive responsibilities earlier this week.
The Council will start a significant scheme to improve traffic flow on the A4059 southbound approach to Asda Roundabout in the Cynon Valley. Most of the work will be undertaken at night, to extend and widen the approach lanes.
Flu is circulating in Wales and people are being urged to do what they can to limit the spread of this potentially fatal disease. This includes remembering to ‘catch it, bin it, kill it’ if they have symptoms of flu.
In 2007, we built the national website, FixMyStreet.com. The aim? To make street fault-reporting as simple as it could be, both for residents and for councils. And it worked. Residents loved the easy interface; councils welcomed the shift to digital. Now we’ve developed FixMyStreet for Councils, allowing you to bring the award-winning FixMyStreet experience directly to your own council website’s users.