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).
Macmillan Cancer Support has released analysis today that show cancer survival rates in Wales (and the United Kingdom) are at or behind a level that many other European countries had already achieved by the late 1990s1.
Action is needed from the Government, public bodies and contractors to address a “ transparency gap” that has emerged as a result of the rise in outsourcing, the Information Commissioner’s Office has said.
Welsh Government are looking for your opinion on names and concepts for an innovative project. The project is about us, the people of Wales, and how we can all work together to make Wales a healthier country.
A High Court judge has quashed decisions by the seven local health boards in Wales in 2014 setting the rate for funded nursing care for the following five years, after a legal challenge brought by a group of care ho
During the Wales YFC Entertainment Feast recently, the Wales YFC Junior Member of the Year Competition, which was kindly sponsored by JCP, was held. Judging the competition was Tegwen Morris, Merched Y Wawr, Lyn Richards, Coleg Sir Gâr and Lowri Fflur Davies, retiring Senior Member of the Year.
Cumbria County Council, Nottingham City Council and Salford City Council have become the latest local authorities to be monitored by the Information Commissioner’s Office amid concerns over the timeliness of their respo
The Cynon Valley History Society was founded in Aberdare in 1971. Our objects are to promote, encourage and maintain an active interest in the history of the district in all its aspects; to arrange talks and lectures; to undertake original research and assist in the collection of local material such as manuscripts, books, artefacts and photographs, and to publish titles on local history.