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OPERATION MIRAM | CHARGED AND REMANDED

Four men charged with drugs and firearms offences remanded in custody
Following a series of morning raids upon addresses in the Rhondda valley and in Neath, four men have been charged with drugs offences and appeared before Merthyr Tydfil Magistra

NEW ONLINE RESOURCE HELPS SOCIAL CARE JOB APPLICANTS STAND OUT

A new national resource has been launched in Wales on the WeCare.Wales website. The resource helps jobseekers improve their employability as well as helping employers identify people most suited to working in social care roles.

Morning Police drug raids in the Rhondda

Police made arrests and recovered what are believed to be class A drugs during a police operation this morning.
Armed officers executed a series of raids targeting properties throughout the Rhondda valley, and also one in Neath.
Four men have

New Transport for Wales trains being built. But when will they deliver?

Work is continuing on the construction of Transport for Wales’ new trains for the Wales and Borders rail network and the South Wales Metro despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Drakeford ignores hospitality industry leaders after inviting them to discuss proposals

Industry leaders in the pub and hospitality sector have contacted the Welsh Conservatives after responding to an invitation from the Welsh Labour-led Government to

MR CHURCH WINS THE ‘PUPIL (OR PUPILS’) AWARD FOR BEST TEACHER’!

We are delighted to report that Mr David Church (Teacher of Religious Studies) has won the Pupil (or Pupils’) Award for Best Teacher at this year’s Professional Teaching Awards Cymru.

Latest COVID-19 outbreak update in Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board

Royal Glamorgan Hospital

Linked COVID-19 cases – 265

Deaths in linked COVID-19 cases – 74

*numbers correct as of 30/11/2020

Prince Charles Hospital

Linked COVID-19 cases- 164

Deaths in linked COVID-19 cases – 46

New hospital visiting guidance during the coronavirus outbreak: effective from 30 November 2020

General visiting requirements

CTM is aware that visitors are essential to the well-being of our patients and wherever we can we will support you to be with your loved one.

Celebrating the CROW Act’s 20th birthday

Today, 30 November, we celebrate 20 years since the Countryside and Rights of Way (CROW) Act obtained royal assent.  Part one of the Act was a great milestone in the history of the access movement, giving the public the right to walk responsibly on all registered common land and mapped mountain,

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