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Top Wales health officials unite and tell those with long term conditions to Beat Flu

Wales’s top health officials are this week urging people with long term health conditions to get protected against flu. Flu (influenza) can have serious complications for some people, which includes those with long term medical conditions.

Increasing concern over falling milk pricesLast updated

With mounting concern over the falling milk prices on global markets, NFU Glamorgan on farm meeting_275_206Cymru Milk Board Chairman, Aled Jones, sent out a plea to processors, retailers and policy makers in the UK and the EU to work together to safeguard a future for Welsh milk producers, at a r

Wales Care Awards: packed-out ceremony was an 'inspirational' night

The Wales Care Awards ceremony on Friday, October 24, in Cardiff's City Hall was a packed-out night to remember which saw 56 finalists presented with awards in 21 categories ranging from excellence in dementia care to innovation in care for children and young people.

Huw Lewis AM visits Welsh Water's £1.5m investment in Pontsticill Water Treatment Works

Merthyr Tydfil and Rhymney Assembly Member, Huw Lewis has today visited Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water's Pontsticill Water Treatment Works.

Plaid AM slams Welsh Government for blowing £1bn on M4 relief road

Plaid Cymru Shadow Transport Minister Rhun ap Iorwerth stepped up criticism of the Welsh Government’s plans to spend £1bn on a new 14-mile stretch of the M4 in South Wales.

Youth inspired to catch Wales at its best angle

Young people in Wales are being encouraged to capture the very best of the Welsh environment in a photo competition being run by Natural Resources Wales (NRW).
 

Party of Wales MP for the Rhondda is “Necessary” Says Leading Candidate

Plaid Cymru’s Shelley Rees-Owen has spoken of her determination to provide the “positive alternative” to the tired and deflated legacy of Labour in the Rhondda.

Thank you, Chanelle

We'd like to say big 'Thank you' to eight-year-old Chanelle Evans from Pentre who has given her pocket money to the Age Cymru shop in Pontypridd.

She raided her money box after hearing that the Age Cymru shop in Pontypridd had its collection box stolen.

Schools closure consultation begins with no fanfare from Council

The consultation on the proposals to close several schools in the Rhondda and Tonyrefail, remove sixth forms from Tonypandy, Porth and Ferndale and create new 3 to 16 and 3 to 19 year old schools has begun.

Half Term Fun for children at playschemes

Children living in Rhondda Cynon Taf can come and play for FREE at fun-packed play schemes across the county borough during October half-term.

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