The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales recently completed a two-year species and habitat recovery project at a Nature Reserve in Abercwmboi. The site, known as Pwll Waun Cynon Nature Reserve, was given to the Trust by Lord Aberdare in 1986 and thanks to a Biffa Award grant it has received tw
PEOPLE from Wales interested in working in care are being reminded they can pop into a care provider’s offices for tea and a chat about working in the industry and help raise money for charity next month (March, 2017).
Richard Lee, Director of Operations for the Welsh Ambulance Service said: “While January was a challenging month for organisations throughout NHS Wales, we’re pleased to note that we reached 75.4 per cent of RED c
People can now ‘walk’ some of Wales’ iconic trails and paths from the comfort of their armchair after Natural Resources Wales (NRW) teamed up with Google to add our special sites to Google Street View.
The three regulators responsible for making sure organisations understand and obey the rules around fundraising are holding a joint conference aimed to inform, educate and provide clarity to the sector.
The Youth Work Excellence Awards will take place in Cardiff on 23 June 2017. The evening is an opportunity to recognise and celebrate outstanding youth work projects and youth workers from across Wales.
The QC who carried out a review of failures at the Mid Staffs Hospital five years ago says that a similar collapse is ‘inevitable’ under current circumstances where some health trusts are accepting impossible performance targets.
Another bike stolen Voodoo Fat bike taken from a garage at Mountain Ash last night please keep your eyes open these bikes are not cheep so someone out there is either trying to sell the stolen bike or keep it for themselves whatever it is its wrong.
WELSH folk interested in care can pop into a care provider’s offices for tea and a chat about working in the industry while also helping to raise money for charity as part of Dementia UK’s Make Time for a Cuppa event next month (March, 2017).
Stopping at the temporary traffic lights on the A4059 in Mountain Ash I observed group of people looking towards the proposed Southern Cross Valley link road, perhaps they were deliberating a start and completion date or are they keeping that announcement closer to the May 4.
A warning over the danger of swallowing drugs in an attempt to conceal them when stopped by police has been reinforced by a second Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) investigation that highlights the risk of fatality.
Following a request to Liberal Democrat Kirsty Williams AM Cabinet Secretary for Education in the labour run Welsh Government with concerns expresses to AberdareOnline from local residents reference the proposed new school at Cwmaman.