Significant work will shortly begin to rectify landslip damage to a section of the Ynyshir Community Route following Storm Dennis – including removal of slip material, drainage works and embankment reinstatement.
The Council has supported Mountain Ash business Abigail Lewis Photography to access Welsh Government funding and transform an unused building into a bespoke studio – allowing it to go from strength to strength this year.
While the vast majority of employers pay their employees at least the National Minimum Wage, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has today released some of the most absurd excuses used for not paying the legal minimum.
The response from? whoever at Rhondda Cynon Taf Council, to questions residents raised by the controversial plans to move the Ynys roundabout road crossing and the demolition of the footbridge over the A4059 Aberdare Bypass.
AberdareOnline has asked Rhondda Cynon Taf Council when will their client be taking over the building the council purchased with taxpayer’s money in 2019 AberdareOnline has received no response to its question on the 8 July. In December 2019 the council reported on social media that RCTC has sec
Cwm Taf People First will meet up with those with learning disabilities for a series of fun workshops to better understand the things that matter to them – including face-to-face events in Aberdare and Ystrad next week.
It’s back! The popular Rhondda Arts Festival Treorchy (RAFT) will return after a one-year hiatus later this month with ‘The Big Weekend’, featuring a day-long music festival, outdoor movie screenings plus food and drinks, stalls and more.
Yoga, gardening, bushcraft, chair aerobics, dance, mindfulness and walking are just some of the sessions being delivered by the Be Active RCT partnership project to help people across Rhondda Cynon Taf improve and maintain
Learning how to be a good friend is a vital part of growing up, but the pandemic has kept many youngsters away from their peers so their social skills may have taken a knock. Here, former primary school teacher Laura Steele of education resource experts
History has been made after three female judges – Lady Justice Nicola Davies, Mrs Justice Jefford and Mrs Justice Steyn – sat as part of the Court of Appeal in Wales. It is the first time the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division) has sat in Wales comprising all women.
The UK Government has already committed to holding a UK-wide inquiry, but so far Labour ministers in Cardiff Bay have refused to commit to hold a Welsh inquiry to examine decisions taken at a devolved level.