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Rhondda Cynon Taff news and information

So just how much will this Labour administration payup for the Welsh people?

The Welsh Government has set up a £10m emergency fund to help with the immediate aftermath of the floods but the cost of infrastructure damage and the investment needed to address the climate emergency go far beyond this.

South Wales Police satement on the family of Christopher Kapessa

The family of Christopher Kapessa, who died following an incident in the River Cynon in July, 2019, were informed last week of a decision by the Crown Prosecution Service not to prosecute anyone in connection with his death.

Vanuatu partnership for Cwm Taf Morgannwg medics

A special partnership between medics in South Wales and the South Pacific is underway to fund medical supplies and send health professionals to island communities to teach new skills.

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Critical Drainage “Hotspots”

Rhondda Cynon Taf CBC provided a report “Arrangements during Flood Incidents” (November

Generous residents looking to support local flooding victims are being urged to donate with caution.

It has been brought to officers’ attention that unsolicited callers and visitors, claiming to be collecting for the flood relief fund, may be operating in the county borough.

Warning Following Gas Powered Space Heater Use and Flood Damage

Following the recent devastating flooding around South Wales, some residents are utilising Gas Powered Space Heaters to dry out their properties. SWFRS would only recommend the use of Gas Powered Space Heaters in well ventilated spaces.

Another damning set of A & E and time-to-treatment figures

A & E and referral-to-treatment figures released today (February 20) generally paint a grim picture of the state of NHS Wales under this Labour administration.

Update On Llanwonno Tip

Following the recent disruption and damage caused by Storm Dennis and the intense rainfall over the weekend, the Council is providing residents with an update on the landslip at Llanwonno Tip.

New £20 note strengthens Bank’s commitment to making money accessible for people with sight loss

Today (20 February 2020), the Bank of England’s new £20 note comes into circulation with tactile markings to help make it easy for blind and partially sighted people to decipher it from existing £5 and £10 notes.