Responding to a report that the Welsh Government’s Health Minister would not “rule out” tourists from other parts of the UK quarantining upon arrival in Wales, the Shadow COVID Recovery Minister, Darren Millar MS, said:
An outdoors community enterprise set up to boost mental health and wellbeing in the Cynon Valley is celebrating after successfully applying for funding to buy the five-acre site it has been renting during a ‘whirlwind’ two years.
The Campaign to Save Royal Glamorgan Hospital A&E (SRGAE) is delighted the recommendation put before the Cwm Taf University Health Board members not to downgrade the unit but to retain it as a 24-hour service has been accepte
Many people have re-discovered their love of walking in the great Welsh outdoors in recent months – and now we’re asking them to join us for the Diabetes UK One Million Step Challenge, to raise funds and help make a huge difference to the lives of people with diabetes across the UK.
Following the latest easing of the lockdown regulations in Wales, the Council has confirmed that athletics facilities in Tonypandy and Aberdare are opening to the public on Monday, June 29 – and users are reminded to adhere to the social distancing measures at all times.
As a membership charity for unpaid carers, Carers Wales continually seeks carer input into our work, our priorities and direction. Since the coronavirus restrictions have been in place, we have been seeking new ways to do this.
The Campaign to Save Royal Glamorgan Hospital A&E (SRGAE) welcomes the recommendation put before the Cwm Taf University Health Board not to downgrade the unit and says it represents a major step towards final victory for our campaign.
Dr Nick Lyons, Medical Director of Cwm Taf Morgannwg UHB, said: “Our teams have been working extremely hard to make significant changes to the Emergency Department and supporting services at Royal Glamorgan Hospital.
So-called ‘hybrid’ meetings - where some councillors are present in a committee room and others participate remotely - are unlawful “under the current situation as it stands at the moment”, Lawyers in Local Government (LLG) and the Association of Democratic Services Officers (ADSO) have concluded
Leader of the Council, Councillor Andrew Morgan, said: “Last night, communities across Rhondda Cynon Taf experienced unprecedented levels of rainfall during a short space of time, with 26mm falling over the space of just twenty minutes.
Business owners and shop workers are urged to be vigilant following reports that two men are trying to buy goods with fake money. Over the past few days, two men purporting to be from Ireland have handed over fake Irish £20 notes to shop workers in Talbot Green and Treforest.
The Campaign to Save Royal Glamorgan Hospital A&E (SRGAE) is proud to announce that almost 25,000 people have signed the petition to permanently retain a 24-hour consultant led, accident and emergency department at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital, Llantrisant.
A FORMER RAF instructor who was forced to leave the service after a life-changing accident will be speaking about her mental health struggle to help others as she prepares to be Vice-captain for Team UK at the Invictus Games next year.
They were jailed for seven years after police struck lucky and found approximately £10,000 worth of crack cocaine in a Dowlais property which they were searching in connection with a shoplifting offence back in May, 2018.
A High Court judge has rejected an application by a community councillor for an injunction against the Public Service Ombudsman for Wales (PSOW) to stop its investigation of complaints made against him.
The Council will shortly begin the significant process of moving 60,000 tonnes of spoil material following the landslip in Tylorstown during Storm Dennis – and has also outlined its future vision for the area.
Responding to the announcement by the Welsh Government today that the public will be recommended to wear three-layer face coverings in areas where social distancing is not possible, BMA Cymru Wales council chair Dr David Bailey said:
Transport for Wales has taken over the day-to-day maintenance of local railway lines including Aberdare and Treherbert – in an important step towards delivering improved rail services for Rhondda Cynon Taf by 2023.
Following the success of Llygoden yr Eira, their co-production with Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru, which was available for families to watch on YouTube during April, Theatr Iolo have made a selection of their past work available online, as well as commissioning a number of new pieces made especially
In response to the pressures facing staff in the Emergency Department as a result of COVID-19, a team at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital has been working to introduce Trauma Risk Management (TRiM), a trauma focused peer support system.
Stocking the fridge and cupboards with treats for colleagues isn’t in Sophie Roberts’ usual job description, but her small kindnesses are making a massive difference to colleagues working in the Covid ITU at Prince Charles Ho
Test Trace Protect is now live in Rhondda Cynon Taf and across the Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board region, with all residents and key workers within the area showing symptoms of Coronavirus urged to apply for a test.
Contact tracing is how we identify people who come into contact with someone who tests positive for coronavirus and may be at risk themselves. These ‘contacts’ can then be given advice to reduce spread to other people as much as possible.
The county borough was formed in 1996 following the abolition of the county of Mid Glamorgan. Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council was formed by the merger of the former Mid Glamorgan districts of Rhondda, Cynon Valley and Taff Ely (with the exceptions of Creigiau and Pentyrch). The population of the county is 234,300 (Census 2011), consists of 99,700 households (Census 2011) and has 7 neighbouring local authorities