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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

Carers Wales launches 'Me Time' a new series of online activities

Carers Wales is delighted to announce a new series of online events to support the emotional well-being and mental health of unpaid carers in Wales.

High Court judge quashes decision of Rhondda Cynon Taf council to implement major school reorganisation

A High Court judge has quashed a decision by Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council to implement proposals for a wide-ranging re-organisation of primary, secondary and sixth-form education in the Pontypridd area.

Care provider offers advice to elderly to avoid scams and fraudsters

STAFF at an award-winning Welsh care provider are (August 2020) offering free advice to the elderly on avoiding scams and fraudsters during the current climate.

 

Call for Evidence – the State of Children’s Rights in Wales

This year marks the start of the journey towards the next examination of government’s progress in implementing the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC).

 

Consultant appointments without leaving your home

If you are a patient waiting to see a consultant, specialist nurse or therapist, at Cwm Taf Morgannwg UHB you can now access your appointment via a secure video link without having to leave your home.

Bus stop upgrades between Aberaman and Abercynon

The Council has begun a series of improvements to bus stops at 30 locations on the B4275/A4054 route between Aberaman and Abercynon, utilising full funding from Welsh Government.