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Brown Asbestos at the Michael Sobell Sports Centre Aberdare

On the16th December 2008 Michael Sobell Sports Centre, Aberdare DTM follow up

 

In 1999 there was a poor asbestos strip of Amosite Asbestos (Brown Asbestos) Considered to be the second-most hazardous type of asbestos.

 

Aberdare is a town fighting to stay alive.

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council have announced on the 19 September that there will be grants scheme available and the Cabinet agree to the introduction of a Town Centre Maintenance Grant scheme which will be piloted in Tonypandy and Mountain Ash. 

 

100 care jobs available at recruitment fair

PEOPLE from Rhondda Cynon Taf (RCT) who are looking for a job or a change in career can talk to staff from an award-winning care provider about working in the industry during a recruitment fair this month (September, 2017).

GP practices in Wales working hard to provide safe care to patients

GP practices are responsible for meeting the Health and Care Standards 2015 and we assess service delivery against this framework. Our Annual Report published today, summarises the findings from our inspections during 2016-17.

Maerdy Mountain Road reopens on September 27 2017

Highway works at Maerdy Mountain Road will be completed by September 27 as the substantial and e

Labour to blame for Cardiff Bay Bubble, says North Wales AM

The Labour Government must take action to “burst the Cardiff Bay bubble” say the Welsh Conservatives.

Cabinet to consider Town Centre Maintenance Grant

Cabinet will consider introducing a new Town Centre Maintenance Grant to help traders and landlo

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