The Court of Appeal has rejected a legal challenge to the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government’s decision to grant planning permission for exploration works to test the feasibility of “fracking” at two sites in Lancashire.
The discovery of a handful of Subutex tablets during a prison visit led to the conviction of national network of drug dealers, including two mothers and their sons, and the seizure of drugs, cash, sports cars and expensive watches.
Children in Wales are working in partnership with the Welsh Government to support the review and development of All-Wales practice guides which will be used in conjunction with the forthcoming National Protection Procedures.
Launching across Wales in January and February 2018, Transport Innovation Network is part of the “Connecting Communities in Wales” project being delivered by the Community Transport Association. This project is supported by the Welsh Government Rural Communities Development Fund – Rural Developm
Spring brings rejuvenation at Theatr Brycheiniog, with the launch of a fresh new programme brimming with stimulating activities and events. With the brand new Corporate Support Club spring at the theatre is a time of fresh activity.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission in Wales (EHRC Wales) have commissioned the Observatory on Human Rights of Children and Children in Wales to evaluate the impact of legislation to embed the UNCRC in law and policy in Wales.
Flooding of the Public Right of Way (PROW) and National Cycle Network at the Ynys Aberdare is becoming more frequent with increased rainfalls this well used public footpath also forms part of the National Cycle Network.
The Government has published new guidance warning councils against abusing anti-social behaviour powers after charities claim Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPOs) are being used to target people unfairly.
Natural Resources Wales (NRW) is warning people to take extra care along the coastline over the coming days as high tides coincide with Storm Eleanor potentially causing disruption and possible flooding in some areas.Flood Warnings have been issued around the Welsh coastline today
The purpose of the Abercwmboi Photo Archive Project is to tell the story of Cap Coch and Abercwmboi through photographs of the people and places that have made this village.
A local history group has been formed and through them a collection of images and photographs are being built. Abercwmboi has a strong industrial history but it also has a rich cultural, commercial and rural heritage.