She was with a man who was dressed in a white Nike vest at approximately 1pm in Nash Street. Officers have manage to get CCTV footage of the woman from a nearby shop. She is urged to get in touch to confirm she is safe and well.
Welsh Government has awarded the Council £3.358m of highways and transportation funding for 2020/21, to invest in park and ride schemes, bus stops and road safety – and to further develop major highway investments in Coed Ely, Llanharan and upper Cynon Valley.
The Campaign to Save Royal Glamorgan Hospital A&E (SRGAE) is sounding the alarm at a decision by Cwm Taf University Health Board to press ahead with making a firm decision on the future status of the Royal Glamorgan Hospital Accident & Emergency department at its meeting in June.
Officers managed to catch up with two men near the house of an elderly woman as they waited for her to return home in Rhondda. The woman, 71, had gone to the bank to withdraw money – payment for them to clean her patio.
Many outpatient clinics are currently suspended due to the Covid-19 pandemic and services in the NHS have had to find innovative ways in which to engage with patients to maintain and provide treatment.
Skates Minister for Economy, Transport I am allocating £30,780 million in transport grants to local authorities across Wales for schemes that support my economic priorities for jobs and growth, promote economic activity through improved access to employment, encourage active and sustainable trav
Cabinet Members will this week receive a formal report from Officers on the Council’s significant and wide-ranging response to the Coronavirus national emergency – along with the key tasks it faces over the coming weeks and months.
Due to the current lockdown, as a result of the COVID-19 national emergency, thousands of children within Rhondda Cynon Taf, Merthyr Tydfil and Bridgend, are remaining at home - which unfortunately is not always the safest place for some.
Residents are urged to be alert to rogue traders have been busy across the valleys. They’ve been targeting elderly residents, offering to complete basic gardening and cleaning work for inflated prices.
Speech and Language Therapists (SALT) have always had a key role to play in supporting any patient in a critical care environment, by supporting rehabilitation of their communication, swallowing disorders and respiratory management.
Following the minor amendments to the Stay at Home regulations made by the Welsh Government, the Leader of the Council has issued an update on the progress of reopening the Council’s Community Recycling Centres and Libraries.
Children in Wales, in partnership with the Welsh Government, the Children’s Commissioner for Wales and the Youth Parliament for Wales has launched a national survey to gather the views of children and young people about how they’ve felt about lockdown.
The actions of an off duty officer in Pontypridd led to the arrest of a suspected drug dealer and the seizure of cash and drugs on Tuesday (12 May). The alert officer noticed a man on an off road bike, acting suspiciously in the car park of Sainsbury's at approximately 7pm.
The Leader of the Opposition in the Welsh Parliament, Paul Davies MS, has written to the Welsh Parliament’s Presiding Officer asking her to explore the formation of a special committee to look at the Welsh Government’s response to Covid-19.
Hundreds of Council workers have been redeployed into other service areas during the Coronavirus national emergency, assisting frontline key workers in providing a valuable service to the most vulnerable in our communities who need it the most.
Staff in a number of our secondary schools are producing vital protective visors to help key workers and frontline staff stay safe – and here are some of the invaluable projects from Pontypridd, Aberdare, Treorchy, Pontyclun and Church Village.
Thank you to RCT residents who are recycling more than ever during these unprecedented times – we are continuing to collect tonnes of recycling every week and the Council’s Streetcare team are going above and beyond to ensure that collections continue.
On Friday March 27th while working as a clerical officer in the endoscopy department Lyndsey felt unwell with a headache. Lyndsey thought it was a stress headache as she was very busy in work so went on with her day.
The Council has issued some important advice to parents and carers about ensuring their children are staying safe online – as young people are more likely to be spending time using the Internet during the lockdown period.
As the new head teacher of Mountain Ash I would like to thank you for the interest you are taking in our school. These are exciting times for our community and I’m both proud and privileged to lead this school.
Huw Lloyd Headteacher