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Funding secured and contractor appointed for Porth Transport Hub

The Council has secured £3.5m external funding towards the delivery of the new modern Porth Transport Hub – and the project will shortly be entering its construction phase following the appointment of a contractor.

Welsh Labour cuts over 200 NHS beds in Wales during pandemic

The number of beds in the Welsh NHS fell by 224 during the first year of the pandemic it can be revealed.

So what is new about footage of rugby fans crammed onto a train that sparks call for urgent action

Welsh Minister Julie James MS is responsible for Transport Rail services through the Wales and Borders franchise, why is this ongoing problem allowed to happen could it be she has too many responsibilities to bother about overcrowding and the lack of rolling stock?


The Carers Wales Team is proud to be partnering with the Staying Well at Work team  for two special virtual events on Friday, 5th November, 10am – 12pm and Wednesday, 10th, November 4.30pm – 6.30pm.

Representing Wales: Literature Wales’ Professional Development

for Under-represented Writers 


The second round of Literature Wales’ professional development programme for writers, Representing Wales, has been launched, with the aim of seeing writers from low-income backgrounds reach their long-term writing ambitions.

Mumbles Oyster Wharf stays public

The Open Spaces Society has welcomed the news that Oyster Wharf, part of the seafront at Mumbles, will remain a public place.

Welsh Labour’s NHS winter plan is a “copy and paste failure”

Commenting on the Labour Government’s plan to deal with winter pressures in Wales’ NHS, Welsh Conservative Russell George MS said:

Ground investigations at privately-owned Graig Ddu Tip in Dinas Rhondda

The Council has appointed a contractor to carry out ground investigations at Graig Ddu Tip in Dinas.