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Plaid will establish an independent inquiry into the RCT flooding if elected to government in May

Earlier this year, communities in the Rhondda were turned upside down with the arrival of storms and heavy rainfall.

Hundreds of people had to flee their homes when water began gushing into their homes, and washing their cars down the street during the middle of the night.

Shielding "announcement does not go far enough"

Commenting on the news that those who were previously shielding are being told to no longer attend work or school outside of the home, Welsh Conservative Shadow Health Minister, Andrew RT Davies MS sai

A4059 drainage improvements between Penywaun and Trecynon

The Council will begin a significant drainage improvement scheme on the A4059 between Penywaun and Trecynon from January 4 – requiring temporary traffic lights on this section of road to safely carry out the work. 

As the festive period fast approaches, please think carefully about what you ‘should do’ rather than what you ‘can do’

A public service joint statement:

Coronavirus is spreading faster and wider in Wales than at any other point in this pandemic.

Our public services are under intense pressure as they work around the clock to care for and
keep people safe.

Why has the Welsh Government left £1.8 billion unspent in their latest budget when local council's claim they are short of cash?

With the Welsh Government publishing their budget today (21st December) for next year, Welsh Conservative Shadow Finance Minister, Nick Ramsay MS, has called on the Welsh Gover

Court of Appeal allows appeal by RCT council over lawfulness of schools reorganisation decision


A Welsh council has won its appeal over whether a decision in relation to a major schools reorganisation programme was taken lawfully.

Patient and public survey for Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA)

We are inviting you to tell us about pharmacy services in your area. This is to help us plan for services for our patients now and in the future to make sure they meet your needs, using a process called a ‘Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment’.

Aberdare church distributes “bags of Christmas joy” to the lonely and isolated

The Parish of Aberdare have distributed over 90 bags of Christmas joy to people in the community who are lonely or isolated.

Diabetes UK appoints new trustee – Welsh athlete, Melanie Stephenson-Gray

Melanie Stephenson-Gray, 32, a sprinter, who represented Wales and was a torch bearer at the 2012 Olympic Games has been appointed as a Trustee to the Board of Diabetes UK.