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Letters from Santa for children with visual impairment

Santa is getting ready for another busy Christmas, making sure he answers all the letters children have sent him from across the world.

 

South Wales Police report Bike Thefts

In the past few weeks, we’ve had a spate of bike thefts across the region. Bikes left unsecured in gardens and in public places are easy targets for opportunists who won’t think twice about riding off on YOUR bike.

Wales has the worst rail services in the UK, survey reveals

News that Wales has the worst train services in the UK comes is disappointing but not at all surprising, the Welsh Conservatives have said.

CLEAR Message for Irresponsible Dog Owners

TWO simple messages are being stencilled in key locations across Rhondda Cynon Taf in a bid to r

The Welsh Ambulance Service has introduced new technology to better support victims of domestic violence.

THE Welsh Ambulance Service has introduced new technology to better support victims of domestic violence.

Ambulance crews have been supporting patients to access Live Fear Free for help and advice on domestic violence since its creation using a bespoke telephone number.

Over 2,000 people in Wales, who likely contracted coronavirus in hospital,

New data has shown over 2,000 people in Wales, who likely contracted coronavirus in hospital, went onto die.

Plaid Cymru's betrayal of Welsh farmers with U-turn on NVZs

The Welsh Conservatives have accused Plaid Cymru of betraying Welsh farmers after they dropped their opposition to the Labour Government’s water regulations.

Redevelopment project for vacant building for even more offices in RCT

The Council is progressing plans for the redevelopment of a vacant building in Porth town centre, removing a notable eyesore and providing crucial opportunities for local businesses. 

Kick-start Scheme rolled out within CTMUHB

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.

A bright future for historic St Mair’s in Aberdare

For more than 150 years, St Mair’s in Aberdare was a fixture of daily life in the town, first as a church and then a popular day centre for older people. This key role at the heart of the community will now continue as the Seymour Street site reopens as an inclusive hub.    

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