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Did the Labour Party close Aberdare Police Station?

Aberdare police station, the last remaining facility in the Cynon Valley closed in 2013 the excuse given at the time was described by the then Assistant Chief Constable Julian Kirby who said officers were going out into the community more, seeing people at PACT meetings and visiting them in their

Welsh Conservatives pledge to freeze council tax for at least two years

Welsh Conservatives have today confirmed it will fund a council tax freeze for at least the first two years of the next Senedd term, with the ambition of freezing for the full term.

Ben runs 31 half marathons throughout March to raise money for a C.A.R.E pack for bereaved families at Royal Glamorgan Hospital

A huge well done to 19-year-old Ben Peever from Ferndale who set himself a challenge to run a half marathon(13.1 miles) throughout March to raise money for a C.A.R.E pack(compassion and respect for every loss)for bereaved families at Royal Glamorgan Hospital.

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council licence fees charged for Hackney Carriage & Private Hire Vehicle & Operator Licences

Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council has resolved to vary the licence fees charged for Hackney Carriage & Private Hire Vehicle & Operator Licences granted by the County Borough. These charges are to take effect from the 1/5/2021. The table of fees is set out below:


Operation Dawns Glaw or Operation Rain Dance

Fire Services across Wales have been faced with an increase in deliberate grass fires this April caused by a mixture of anti-social behaviour, householders burning refuse waste and a number of farmers and landowners burning grassland outside the permitted winter burn dates.

Technical problems at Cwm Taf Morgannwg UHB’s vaccination reserve list for 40-49 year olds – an update

Firstly, we would like to thank you all for your patience and understanding over our reserve list.

Our teams have worked non-stop to resolve the technical problems with the reserve list form since Tuesday night.

‘Left behind’ neighbourhoods isolated by poor public transport

People living in ‘left behind’ neighbourhoods are cut off from urban centres and essential services due to poor public transport and low car ownership, according to a new report.

Produced by Campaign for Better Transport for the All-Party Parliamentary Group for ‘left behind’ neighbourhoo

Councils taking ‘too long’ to pay support grants to businesses

The Government has written to the leaders of 314 councils in England urging them to pay out grants money to local businesses more quickly.


Police are urging the public to be vigilant following a telephone scam that duped an elderly resident from