Large numbers of children were excited to take part in a Beano-inspired reading adventure at their local library this summer across Wales and the rest of the UK, according to new statistics released on Friday by The Reading Agency.
The Council will host a public exhibition at Mountain Ash Library on Thursday 29thNovember (2:00pm to 6:30pm) to inform residents of improvement plans for Mountain Ash town centre - including the development of a new Primary Care Centre and the redevelopment of 1-4 Oxford Buil
The Welsh Conservatives held a debate today calling for the Welsh Labour Government to change next year’s controversial local authority financial settlement, and to review the formula that allocates cash to councils.
AN Aberdare woman who spent nearly a year supporting Specsavers store openings in Australia has returned home to mark another milestone in her burgeoning eye care career – qualifying as a dispensing optician.
People throughout Wales have until Friday 30th of November to nominate outstanding teachers and Youth workers working in schools all over Wales for the Professional Teaching Awards Cymru 2019, and with a new category being introduced this year, there are even more opportunities to celebrate the v
About Ysgol Gynradd Gymunedol Gymraeg Llantrisant Ysgol Gynradd Gymunedol Gymraeg Llantrisant is situated in the village of Miskin near Pontyclun in Rhondda Cynon Taf. It provides education for pupils from the villages of Llantrisant, Miskin, Groesfaen and the surrounding areas.
Diabetes UK Cymru are calling for everyone with diabetes, including those who are pregnant, to take up the offer of free a flu jab to avoid life-threatening diabetes complications winter illnesses can lead to.
Freedom of Information requests from the Welsh Conservatives has revealed local authorities in Wales ran a surplus of £10,065,347 in 2017/18 from parking charges and fines, 25% more than the previous year.
Autumn Season at Theatr Brycheiniog may be drawing to a close, but that doesn’t mean things are slowing down at the canal side venue. There are still some red hot shows to come that are guaranteed to warm your heart and keep you smiling right through the festive season and beyond.
South Wales Advanced Motorcyclists (SWAM), a local group in the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM RoadSmart), recognised the efforts of associates last week when they were presented with their Advanced Rider qualification certificates.
For 13 years, doctors, nurses and midwives from across Cwm Taf have trained volunteer health workers and motorbike ambulance drivers to save lives in a region of eastern Uganda called Mbale through the charity PONT.
Cwm Taf University Health Board wants you to express your views on current health care provision and/or future service planning. You are therefore invited to attend one or all of the following public meetings.
Welsh Conservative Leader Paul Davies AM used First Minister’s Questions today to ask the First Minister if he was proud that his government has seen Wales rank bottom of UK nations in PISA rankings on his watch, to which he responded “yes”.
New safety measures in the private rented sector should also apply to social housing, the Law Society has said, arguing that “there is no logic for having different safety standards between private and social housing”.
The Council has signed a 99-year lease to transfer St. Mair’s Day Centre in Aberdare to Age Connects Morgannwg (ACM) – enabling the charity to proceed with its plan to deliver a Community Hub on the site.
PEOPLE who live in Rhondda Cynon Taf (RCT) are being encouraged to donate shoeboxes full of items for elderly and vulnerable people being supported by a care provider in the area this festive season (November and December, 2018).
Lauren Hughes, Lowri Tedstone, Abbi Middlecott and Ffion Withers (Y11) were invited to perform at the Wales AGENDA Conference held at Cardiff University on October 26th. The pupils showcased their First Give 2017 £1000 charity winning dance/presentation for Women’s Aid RCT.
Professor Philip Alston, the UN Special Rapporteur on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights, will attend a civil society briefing in Wales on 6 November, hosted by Children in Wales in Cardiff. This is part of the Special Rapporteur’s visit to the UK from 5-16 November.
Hi uncle, Allan Perkins, makes a plea for anyone with information to come forward - to help him and Jamie's father, John, who was too ill to be interviewed, have some sort of closure to what has been a painful and traumatic past 12 months.