Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board is delighted to be taking part in the Government funded ‘Kick-start’ scheme, which supports young people to develop transferable skills and increase their opportunities for sustained employment.
The Council has completed a series of improvement works to the car park near Rhos Square in Mountain Ash, increasing parking capacity for the town centre and improving the general appearance of the area.
Welsh Conservatives have expressed concerns after the Deputy Chief Medical Officer for Wales said that he did not believe twice-weekly use of lateral flow tests for NHS staff is “particularly important”.
The Council’s Climate Change Cabinet Steering Group has received an update on the progress made and actions completed towards the Ultra Low Emissions Vehicles (ULEV) Strategy covering the Cardiff Capital Region.
Following today's guilty verdict at the trial of Chun Xu for the murder of Wenjing Lin and the attempted murder of her stepfather, Yongquan Jiang, Wenjing's mum bravely shared these words and paid tribute to her daughter and to the local community who have been so supportive sin
The Open University (OU) in Wales is now taking applications for its 2022 PGCE course – a route to becoming a primary or secondary school teacher. The course leads to Qualified Teacher Status and is taught in either English or Welsh.
Welsh Minister Julie James MS is responsible for Transport Rail services through the Wales and Borders franchise, why is this ongoing problem allowed to happen could it be she has too many responsibilities to bother about overcrowding and the lack of rolling stock?
The Cynon Valley History Society was founded in Aberdare in 1971. Our objects are to promote, encourage and maintain an active interest in the history of the district in all its aspects; to arrange talks and lectures; to undertake original research and assist in the collection of local material such as manuscripts, books, artefacts and photographs, and to publish titles on local history.