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Macmillan professional in Pontypridd joins Welsh celebrity supporters at The Prince of Wales’ 70th Birthday Patronage Celebration

A Macmillan professional who is based in Pontypridd attended The Prince of Wales' 70th Birthday Patronage Celebration held in the gardens of Buckingham Palace, along with well-known Macmillan supporters.

Macmillan calls for urgent action following major NHS Wales IT infrastructure failings

Macmillan Wales has called for urgent action following a number of major incident failings in NHS Wales’ IT systems that could put cancer patients at risk.

Satisfaction with Welsh schools tumbles according to National Survey for Wales

Satisfaction with Welsh public services continues to tumble according to official Welsh Government statistics.

The National Survey for Wales (April 2017 – May 2018) suggests that one in four parents are not satisfied with their children’s secondary school.

Minimum price for alcohol Bill approved

A new law which will introduce a minimum price for alcohol in Wales has been approved by the National Assembly for Wales.

The Public Health (Minimum Price for Alcohol) (Wales) Bill is part

Patients encouraged to use iPads to support mental health and wellbeing

Patients at Pinewood House are being encouraged to use iPads to support their mental health and wellbeing.

RHONDDA CYNON TAF CONSULTATION OF THE RIGHTS OF WAY IMPROVEMENT PLAN DRAFT

RHONDDA CYNON TAF COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL

 

COUNTRYSIDE AND RIGHTS OF WAY ACT 2000 (CRoW 2000)

 

CONSULTATION OF THE RIGHTS OF WAY IMPROVEMENT PLAN DRAFT

 

National park authority secures prosecution of driver over ‘off-roading’

A national park authority has successfully prosecuted the driver of a 4x4 car who was caught ‘off-roading’ in October last year.

Road Closure Mountain Ash

RHONDDA CYNON TAFF CO UNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL

(VARIOUS STREETS , MOUNTAIN ASH)

(TEMPORARY TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS) ORDER 2018

 

Marathon GP Andrew Blair sets six cities target

Keen runner Andrew Blair set himself a tough marathon challenge to raise cash for charity.

Dr Blair, 53, a GP in Pontypridd, decided to take on the six ‘World Marathon Majors’ in one year, a total running distance of more than 157.3 miles.