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Welsh Conservative comment on 13-hour ambulance wait for stroke victim

An 85 year-old man from Mountain Ash had to wait 13 hours for an ambulance after suffering a stroke, leading to fears by his family that he might never fully recover.

Calling graduates and career-changers: Applications are now open for innovative route to become a teacher in Wales

The Open University (OU) in Wales is now taking applications for its 2022 PGCE course – a route to becoming a primary or secondary school teacher. The course leads to Qualified Teacher Status and is taught in either English or Welsh.

Appeal for information after theft from ambulance

THE Welsh Ambulance Service is appealing for information after items were stolen from an emergency ambulance as the crew treated a patient.

The theft took place in Tan-Y-Bryn, Rhymney, Caerphilly, between 11.55pm last Thursday 28 October and 1.00am on Friday 29 October.

Remembrance Services taking place in Aberdare

Services will be taking place in Aberdare:


Thursday 11th November 11am : There will be a Remembrance service at the Cenotaph Aberdare.


Powys farmer being fined £15k for planting trees in the wrong place by inches

Commenting on a Powys farmer being fined £15k for planting trees in the wrong place by inches, Welsh Conservative Shadow Minister for Climate Change, Janet Finch-Saunders MS said:

Major funding boost for green car clubs across rural Wales

A bid to create electric vehicle car clubs across Wales has been handed a major funding boost by the National Lottery.
The Charge Up Wales project, which will set up the schemes in communities, will benefit from almost £500,000.

National overview report of assurance checks

Care Inspectorate Wales (CIW) today published an overview of Children and Adult Social Services in Wales.

The Open University champions COP26 with ‘Green Zone’ event exploring culture, citizens and climate

The Open University is hosting a unique event at the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) as one of several initiatives to mark its commitment to responding