The first stage of repairs will begin from this week to repair the Iron Tram Bridge near Robertstown – which will see the Ancient Monument sympathetically restored off site and then reinstalled next year.
Following agreement by Cabinet, the Council will now adopt the proposed RCT Tourism Strategy to promote the County Borough to visitors – after the strategy was updated using feedback from a consultation earlier this year.
“All the wrong records keep getting broken”, according to the Senedd Conservatives as NHS Wales saw its worst ever A&E waiting times, the longest NHS waiting list on record, and the second slowest response times from ambulances.
There must be an election due next May and labour have started campaigning already to get your vote, AberdareOnline highlighted the problem of unadopted streets in Cynon Valley years ago but not all unadopted streets in Rhondda Cynon Taf will be done just a selective few.
Today (Tuesday September 21, 2021) the Minister for Health and Social Services, Eluned Morgan, announced that Emrys Elias will take up the position of Chair at Cwm Taf Morgannwg UHB for 18 months, from October 01, 2021 when current Chair, Professor Marcus Longley, completes his four year term in
The Council has published its third Section 19 Flood Investigation Report following Storm Dennis – with the latest detailed report focusing on the flooding, preparedness and response within the community of Cilfynydd.
The Council is supporting National Teaching Assistants’ Day on Thursday, September 16, celebrating the valuable contribution they have made to education across Rhondda Cynon Taf throughout the pandemic.
Top 100 UK law firm, Hugh James, has this week, completed the UK’s first-ever property deal using the revolutionary new Qualified Electronic Signature (QES), which was recently approved by HM Land Registry.
Today Children in Wales launched the report on the findings from our 5th Annual Child and Family Poverty surveys. The findings are bleak and unacceptable. The surveys sought to understand more about the current issues children, young people and families are facing, the impact this has
The Council will begin a consultation where residents can have their say on the Welsh in Education Strategic Plan (WESP). The feedback received during this process will help further inform the WESP before it is published next year.
Throughout the COVID pandemic, the Health Board has been hugely grateful to receive lots of monetary donations from members of the public, many specifying that they would like their contributions to go towards supporting and improving staff wellbeing.
A bombshell ombudsman report has revealed the Welsh Government had instructed health boards to hide any patients referred to English hospitals so they were seen to report better in meeting their waiting time's target.
Due to growing numbers of COVID-19 positive patients, both in our hospitals and our communities, Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board has taken the difficult decision to further restrict visiting to our hospitals.
The Council is giving advanced notice of upcoming works at High Street Car Park in Aberdare – which will operate with a limited capacity from September 27 while the Council delivers a significant improvement scheme.
The Welsh Government should ask the British Government to include Wales in plans to change the law to ensure that pet abduction is considered a dedicated criminal offence in England, according to the Welsh Conservatives.
The Council has launched its latest Climate Conversation - Let’s Talk Electric Vehicles, and we need YOU the public to get involved in the new Electric Vehicle Charging Strategy and have your say on how we can all play a part in the ‘Climate Emergency.’
Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board’s Parkinsons Disease Nurse Specialist Service is expanding to provide clinics in the Rhondda, Merthyr and Mountain Ash in a drive to bring their support closer to patients’ homes.
Labour ministers have halted their controversial plans to roll-out ozone disinfection machines into schools after serious concerns were raised by the Welsh Conservatives, parents and medical professionals.