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March 2015

Welsh Lib Dems announce candidates for General Election

As Parliament is dissolved, the Welsh Liberal Democrats are today publishing the full slate of candidates who will be competing in all forty Parliamentary seats in Wales.

Young carers need more support from schools and colleges - ATL

More than half (51%) of teachers, lecturers, support staff and leaders have a young carer* in their school or college, according to a snapshot survey by the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL).

Plaid’s Westminster campaign coordinator visits Pontyclun

Big hitter Dafydd Wigley, Plaid Cymru’s Westminster campaign co-ordinator took time out to chat with commuters at Pontyclun station at the official start of the election campaign.

Essential Traffic Works Continue at Fiddlers Elbow

Essential traffic measures continue to be in-force along the A472 Fiddlers Elbow Viaduct.

'Wales is strong when Plaid wins' - Leanne Wood

Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood AM will today (Friday) tell party members and activists that

Government issues policy statement on transparency on publicly funded services

The Government has issued a policy statement on the availability and accuracy of information – or ‘transparency’ – on publicly funded services.

Council Tax Bills

As Council Tax bills land on doorsteps across the county borough, Rhondda Cynon Taf Council is reminding people they can manage their accounts easily, effectively and securely

ReAct funding available for Children in Wales training courses

Children in Wales is delighted to let you know that we are able to accept Redundancy Action Scheme (ReAct)  funding for our training courses.

4.1% average council tax rise slammed

Welsh Government figures released today confirm an average Band D council tax r

Casting around for better health

Spring is in the air and thoughts naturally turn to the great outdoors and what could be better than spending some time on the banks of a lake or river fishing.

Gas pipe replacement scheme: Mountain Ash

We are set to replace almost two kilometres of gas pipe in Mountain Ash in a £300,000 investment to ma

GP recruitment crisis looming, new figures reveal

Plaid Cymru reiterates need to train and recruit a thousand extra doctors

A fond "Fernhill" Farewell to Paul

A job really was for life, as local man and community champion hangs up his litter picker for the last time this month.