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April 2015

One week left to win the best deal for Wales - Leanne Wood

With just one week to go until the General Election on May 7th, Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood has urged people to get behind Plaid Cymru so that the party can go to

Technocamp Day at Mountain Ash Comprehensive School

Technocamp spent the day with MACS giving pupils taster sessions on programming/

South Wales Fire and Rescue Service Firefighters part of International Search and Rescue team in Nepal

Six South Wales Fire and Rescue Service (SWFRS) Firefighters have been deployed to Nepal as part of international rescue efforts followin

Ambulance response time targets missed again

The number of ambulances arriving at the scene of a life-threatening 999 call within eight minutes is still dramatically below Labour’s Welsh target.

Colorectal Unit Shortlisted for National Award

One of Cwm Taf’s leading consultants and his team at the colorectal surgical unit in Prince Charles Hospital have been shortlisted in a national award for excellence in gastroenterology for the development of an innovative range of tablet-based apps aimed at patient and staff education.

'Time for humane economic policy' - Leanne Wood

Party of Wales leader Leanne Wood has today claimed that latest GDP figures show the aust

Plaid Cymru calls for a truly national Health Service

Plaid Cymru’s new drugs and treatment fund would end the postcode lottery that patients cur

Wales Macmillan skin cancer nurse urges Sun Awareness this May

With summer just around the corner, a Macmillan skin cancer nurse from south Wales is backing the British Association of Dermatologist’s Sun Awareness Week (4-10 May 2015) by urging people to stay safe in the sun.

Labour First Minister not confident of Westminster majority

Carwyn Jones has become the most senior elected Labour politician in the UK to openly accept the likelihood that his party will not win an overall majority.

Council’s soaring mayoral spend ‘a disgrace’, says Plaid candidate

Plaid Cymru’s Parliamentary candidate for Pontypridd attacks 18% increase in Mayor’s office costs

 

4 OUT OF 5 WOMEN CHOOSE A NIGHT IN: WHY MORE WELSH WOMEN PREFER A NIGHT IN

  More than three quarters (83%) of Welsh women prefer to spend a night in than have a night on the tiles

Vote Mike Powell for Pontypridd constituency

I am standing for election here because quite simply I