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Care is job for life in Wales – those made redundant by COVID-19 urged to apply

A WALES home care provider says care roles represent jobs for life in economically uncertain times and with the threat of a recession following in the aftermath of COVID-19 (July, 2020).


Face coverings should be mandatory from today, not in a fortnight’s time

Shadow Covid Recovery Minister Darren Millar MS has welcomed the First Minister’s announcement that face coverings will become mandatory from July 27 – a move Welsh Conservatives have repe

Three further libraries to reopen later this week

The Leader of the Council has made a statement about the intention to re-open the next stage of the Council’s library services – extending to three further branches on Thursday, July 16.

Agenda to ease lockdown

Following the announcement today (July 10) ending the latest three-week period of lockdown caused by the Covid pandemic, Paul Davies MS – Leader of the Opposition in the Welsh Parliament – said:

Police in Aberdare seized lock knives from a man who they stopped on the A4059

Police in Aberdare seized lock knives from a man who they stopped on the A4059 in the early hours of this morning.
Officers were patrolling when they noticed a car veering across the centre line of the A4059 so they pulled the driver over.

RCT Council Children's play areas will begin to reopen from July 20

The Council Leader has made a statement in relation to the reopening of children’s play areas in Rhondda Cynon Taf, following the First Minister’s announcement earlier today.

Millions needed to get stroke research back on track

UK’s leading stroke charity warns research faces long-term threat due to coronavirus pandemic

Court of Appeal upholds "unparalled" Housing (Wales) Act 2014 eviction rules

Welsh law means that a landlord who is unlicensed cannot lawfully serve an eviction notice on tenants, the Court of Appeal has found.