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State-of-the-art palliative care unit at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital in the running for top architecture award

A £7.25m palliative care unit near Llantrisant that brings people near the end of their lives closer to nature is in the running for a top architecture award.

 

Transport for Wales need to get a grip on overcrowding after shocking services

Bosses at Transport for Wales have been criticised by the Welsh Conservatives after two shocking incidents of overcrowding.

Wales And The Battle Of Britain Exhibition Rhondda Cynon Taf

The Council is hosting the Wales and the Battle of Britain 80th Anniversary Exhibition as part of its nationwide commemorations marking an important chapter in the history of the Second World War. 

Advanced Practitioners in the spotlight

This week across CTM we are marking Advanced Practitioners Week by celebrating the role of Advanced Practitioner in our Health Board.

AACE report on hospital handover delays: Statement from Jason Killens, Chief Executive of the Welsh Ambulance

STATEMENT from the Trust's Chief Executive in response to the Association of Ambulance Chief Executives (AACE) report on the impact of delayed hospital handovers –

Deputy Chief Medical Officer says regular testing for NHS staff not “important”

Welsh Conservatives have expressed concerns after the Deputy Chief Medical Officer for Wales said that he did not believe twice-weekly use of lateral flow tests for NHS staff is “particularly important”.

462,700 customers filed a tax return in Wales last year

More than 10.7 million customers completed their 2019/20 tax return by 31 January 2021 and 462,700 were from Wales, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) can reveal.

 

Anti-Bullying Resources Pack for UK Students

What is Bullying & Why It Matters?

Even though there is no legal definition that would describe the problem of bullying in the field of higher education among British students, it's safe to say that almost every learner knows what it stands for.

Small businesses across Wales could collapse if business rates are reintroduced in Wales next year,

Small businesses across Wales could collapse if business rates are reintroduced in Wales next year, a leading hotelier has warned.

The boss of Celtic Collection, Ian Edwards, said rates should be kept at zero for hospitality from April.

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