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Cwmdar pupils shout for safe parking

Year 6 pupils from Cwmdar Primary School have launched a road safety campaign, aimed at positively changing the behaviour of parents and those who drop off and pick up children from school – in a bid to improve pupil wellbeing.

800,000 tax relief claims for working from home

Since April, almost 800,000 employees who have been working from home during the pandemic, have already claimed tax relief on household related costs, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has revealed.


A response to the Labour Government’s Covid-safety education announcements

Responding to comments made by Labour’s education minister at the latest government press briefing, Welsh Conservative shadow education minister, Laura Anne Jones MS said

Phases Two and Three of Tylorstown landslip project now complete

The Council has reached an important landmark in its remediation of the Tylorstown landslip, by completing two major phases of work which have enabled local walking and cycling routes to reopen to the public. 

The Education Programme for Patients saved my life

When Julie Jackson agreed to take part in the Education Programme for Patients (EPP) she was in a dark place and was sceptical that it would help. 

Update on 21st Century Schools investment for Greater Pontypridd

The Council has provided an update on the progress made towards delivering significant 21st Century Schools investment for the Greater Pontypridd area, following recent consideration by Cabinet Members.

The two residents, aged 50 and 29, are both from the Penrhiwceiber area fined for Selling Counterfeit Goods

Two Rhondda Cynon Taf residents have been successfully prosecuted by the Council’s Trading Standards Department for operating a fraudulent business and selling or having in their possession counterfeit goods.