Wales has a strong tradition of people helping one another out, and we’ve really seen this in action over the past few weeks. From picking up the phone, to delivering supplies to people who are self-isolating, to helping our public services, there are lots of things that can be done.
The Council’s contact centre has been repurposed to respond to coronavirus – please only contact the Council for essential/emergency requests. Our full focus is to prioritise all services in response to coronavirus.
To enable staff to deliver the very best level of care for patients and our communities, frontline health care staff at Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board are set to receive testing via drive-through Coronavirus Testing Units (CTU).
As the National Health Emergency caused by the coronavirus continues to develop across the UK and in Wales, Rhondda Cynon Taf Council are making an appeal to all former social care workers to consider coming back to work and to get in touch with the Council.
Due to the ongoing developments with the coronavirus outbreak in Wales and RCT, the Council is announcing that the following locations and services are to close to the public at 6pm today (Wednesday, March 18), for the forseeable future.
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Lawyers in Local Government (LLG) and the Association of Democratic Services Officers (ADSO) have issued a joint statement on local authority decision-making and the democratic process in light of the coronavirus outbreak.
Volkswagen and Tesco have partnered to provide the largest retail electric vehicle charging network in the UK – powered by Pod Point, giving EV drivers a place to charge their cars while doing their shopping.
Today (March 10) in First Minister’s Questions, the Leader of the Opposition – Paul Davies AM/AC – reminded Members that there are six confirmed cases in Wales, adding the caveat that this figure is expected to rise.
The Council has now begun a process in which members of the Mountain Ash community, including local schools and groups, are invited to submit their suggestions for the official name of the new Cross Valley Link Bridge.
A rapid assessment carried out by the Improvement and Assurance Board set up at Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council has highlighted a situation where the authority’s monitoring officer is also its sole qualified childcare lawyer and has additional responsibilities as an example of why it has si
If you value the Accident and Emergency Department at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital and you haven’t thought about it closing down and the alternatives if your children get ill, perhaps you should start now not when you have to travel from Cynon Valley