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Welsh dental hygienist overcomes dyslexia to see new business shortlisted for national entrepreneur award

Neath dental hygienist, Kirsty Shaw is on a mission to improve the country’s oral health one smile at a time, and her new business the 28 Day Smile has been shortlisted for the Great British Entrepreneur Awards 2020.

Ask CERi – a virtual way to get your COVID-19 queries answered

Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board has launched CERi.

CERi is a virtual agent (virtual artificial intelligence system) that can be used to answer Coronavirus queries from any digital device.

New charter for Wales’s open spaces

 The Open Spaces Society calls for a better deal for open spaces in Wales.  We have published a charter and have written to Julie James, the Minister for Housing and Local Government,

Welsh Labour-led Government must apologise for ill-thought decision

Commenting on the report that patients were sent into care homes despite not receiving COVID-19 tests, the Shadow Minister for Health, Andrew RT Davies MS, said:

South Wales Advanced Motorcyclists stages post-lockdown comeback with socially-distanced ride-out (with pictures/video)

Join Tenovus Cancer Care for a night with Welsh sporting legends

Wales rugby international Cory Hill and double Paralympic champion Aled Sion Davies are among the stars lining up for an evening with sporting legends to raise money for Tenovus Cancer Care.

Action must be taken to avoid a tsunami of cancer deaths

Andrew RT Davies – the Shadow Minister for Health, Social Services and Sport – has warned of a potential “tsunami of cancer deaths” – unless action is taken now to encourage people to seek treatment i

Police in Aberdare are making an appeal after a pram was found on the Taff Trail in Abercynon.

Officers were called on 3 August 2020, following the discovery of the pram which was in the undergrowth.
It appears to be in good working order and was left containing provisions such as nappies and a bottled water.

Acceptance of fly-tipping is ruining Wales

Welsh Conservative Shadow Minister for Climate Change, Energy and Rural Affairs, Janet Finch-Saunders MS, is calling for better enforcement of fly-tipping to end the apparent acceptance of fly-tipping which is ru

EAT OUT TO HELP OUT LAUNCHES TODAY – WITH GOVERNMENT PAYING HALF ON RESTAURANT BILLS

  • From today customers will get up to 50% off on bills when visiting participating restaurants, pubs and cafes;
  • Half price discount will run through August and applies to all food and non-alcoholic drinks consumed on the