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South Wales Police are urging people to be vigilant following reports of suspicious doorstep callers

South Wales Police are urging people to be vigilant following reports of suspicious doorstep callers in the Pontypridd area offering

Covid-19: Rule relaxation of ‘limited benefit’ to many shielded people

Commenting on the announcement today (Jun 4) by the Chief Medical Officer on shielding, Angela Burns MS – the Shadow Health Minister – said:


The Price of Pupil Poverty Mini Guide now available

As part of the support for schools and children during COVID-19, Children in Wales have released a mini guide to support The Price of Pupil Poverty guides for Schools in Wales.

Call out for Best Practice and Innovative Ideas: What methods are school using to support children during COVID-19

Children in Wales are asking for schools to put forward innovative ways they are adapting to ensure pupils from low income and disadvantaged families are getting help and support during Covid-19.

‘The Welsh Government must explain the social care testing delay’ says Shadow Minister

The Shadow Minister for Social Care – Janet Finch-Saunders MS – has today (June 3) has called for an explanation in the delay in the Welsh Government’s roll-out of social care t

ODP Sophie is one of a kind at boosting colleagues’ wellbeing


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

Lions £160k boost for the nation’s Air Ambulances

Air ambulances across the British Isles will receive vital equipment for use in their battle against COVID-19 – thanks to a generous £160,000 donation from Lions Clubs.


Grass cutting in Rhondda Cynon Taf

The Leader of the Council has today (June 2) made a statement in relation to grass cutting and biodiversity across the County Borough.

Test, Trace, Protect now live in Rhondda Cynon Taf

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.