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Police and Crime Commissioner’s publicity spending increases by 280%. Well its only public money so who cares

Police Act 1829 established a full-time, professional and centrally police force. No Police and crime commissioners until 22 November 2012 do we need the

£209m wasted annually on rough-sleeping initiatives in Wales

Mark Isherwood MS – the Shadow Minister for Local Government and Housing – has reacted with concern to a 

Independent report finds homes created under PDR offer worse residential environments

Homes created under permitted development rights (PDR) conversions offer worse residential environments than those converted under normal planning permission, research for the Government has found.

COMPULSORY PURCHASE OF LAND AND NEW RIGHTS BETWEEN DOWLAIS TOP AND HIRWAUN

HE WELSH MINISTERS (THE NEATH TO ABERGAVENNY TRUNK ROAD (A465) (ABERGAVENNY TO HIRWAUN DUALLING AND SLIP ROADS) AND EAST OF ABERCYNON TO EAST

More than 100 years to pay back M4 Relief Road Waste

A Freedom of Information request by the Welsh Conservatives on the now defunct M4 Relief Road scheme has found that a total of 29 houses were purchased for £15,277,202 through compulsory purchase orders i

Amazing Recycling Efforts in RCT

Thank you to RCT residents who have kept up their amazing recycling efforts during these unprecedented times.

The Council are continuing to collect tonnes of recycling every week and the Streetcare team have gone above and beyond to ensure that collections have continued.

CWMDARE ROAD, ABERDARE VARIATION AND WAITING RESTRICTIONS

RHONDDA CYNON TAFF COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL

(CWMDARE ROAD, ABERDARE) (VARIATION AND WAITING RESTRICTIONS) ORDER 2020

 

Shadow Health Minister slams plans for ‘redesigning access’ to A & E services

“The Minister’s plans are not a bright new dawn for NHS Wales, but will lead to more of the same failures.”

In Wales, shoddily worded regulations have given some legitimacy to these unlawful practices with apparent encouragement from local authorities.

Our general secretary Kate Ashbrook considers life for the Open Spaces Society during the lockdown.

As lockdown began, I foolishly thought we would have time to catch up with all those long-deferred jobs.  I was wrong: we have been busier than ever.

A cannabis factory in Rhondda led police to further factories in Cardiff and Newport on Sunday (19 July).

Officers forced entry to a house on East Road in Tylorstown after neighbours reported suspicious activity and a distinctive smell coming from the property.

Bedrooms in the end of terrace house were being used to grow and dry approximately 100 plants at the address.

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