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Welsh NHS worst A & E waiting times on record

Angela Burns AM, the Shadow Minister for Health, has condemned the Welsh Labour Government for the worst A & E waiting times on record, which were published today (December 19) by StatsWal

50 MPH is no solution to Newport's M4 traffic chaos Mark Drakeford

Commenting on the South East Wales Transport Commission’s recommendations published today (December 17), relating to traffic on the M4 around Newport, Russell George, Shadow Minister for Business, Economy and Infrastructure, said:

Muni Arts Centre. The £4.5m plan

Cabinet has today considered proposals from Awen Cultural Trust on its ambitious plan to revitalise Pontypridd’s Muni Arts Centre. The £4.5m plans would expose the Muni’s stunning gothic architecture while creating a unique regional arts venue. 

Pontypridd YMCA refurbishment £4.48m funding package for the project

The refurbishment of the Pontypridd YMCA has been given the final go-ahead after the Council’s Cabinet approved funding for the project, which will also benefit from more than £2m from the Arts Council of Wales. 

Mike’s Field Gas Works Road Aberaman FOOTPATH 9 (TEMPORARY CLOSURE)

RHONDDA CYNON TAFF COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL

(FOOTPATH 9 ABERAMAN) (TEMPORARY CLOSURE) ORDER 2019

 

VARIOUS ROADS, ABERCYNON) (REVOCATION, VARIATION, WAITING RESTRICTIONS, ONE WAY TRAFFIC AND SPEED LIMIT)

RHONDDA CYNON TAFF COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL

(VARIOUS ROADS, ABERCYNON) (REVOCATION, VARIATION, WAITING RESTRICTIONS, ONE WAY TRAFFIC AND SPEED LIMIT) ORDER 2020

 

south Wales Police are continuing to investigate a serious assault which has left a man critically ill in hospital.

Officers were called to the incident on Commerce Place, Aberaman, at approximately 8.50pm last night (Monday, December 16). 
A 26 year-old man was taken to Prince Charles Hospital with serious injuries, where he remains in a life-threatening condition. 

Charities in Wales receive supplies boost

Charities in Wales have received £700 worth of food and supplies, thanks to a generous pre-Christmas giveaway by a leading builders merchant.

local government settlement ‘… biased, partisan, and unfair’

Commenting on the provisional Local Government Settlement announced on December 16, the Shadow Minister for Local Government, Mark Isherwood, suggested it is further evidence that the Welsh Government “… cannot be trusted to fairly distribute funding across all 22 local authorities in Wales”.

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