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Welsh Conservative Leader slams ‘government inertia’ for poor broadband coverage in Wales

The Leader of the Welsh Conservatives has blamed Wales’ poor broadband coverage on Welsh Government ‘bureaucratic inertia’.

Cwm Taf UHB statement in response to Cabinet Secretary’s statement, October 9th

Cwm Taf University Health Board has published the below statement following the Cabinet Secretary’s statement on maternity services on October 9th.

‘Fear and Blame Culture’ Must Be Addressed

A “fear and blame” culture within Welsh public sector bodies must be tackled if lessons are to be learnt from complaints, an Ombudsman report has found

GP secures funds for challenge to rules preventing wider charging of patients

A GP has secured his initial target of £5,000 to fund initial advice on a potential legal challenge to rules preventing GP practices from charging patients for all but a narrowly prescribed range of services.

Yet Another RCTC Consultation and then they do as they please anyway are they a waste of time?

Consultation agreed for 21st Century Schools investment in Pontypridd

Cabinet Members have agreed to an extensive consultation over new proposals to invest £37.4m in Pontypridd schools – which would be the latest wave of 21st Century Schools investment across the County Borough.

Recommendations for better diagnosis of Type 1 diabetes in children and young people accepted by Welsh Government

       Huge campaign victory for Cardiff family and Diabetes UK Cymru

  • Peter Baldwin’s legacy will help other children with the condition


£5 million Kancoat loss exposes Welsh Government's "unguarded attitude to risk"

Reports that more than £5 million of public money has been lost in supporting Swansea-based steel firm, Kancoat, has been described as "more than an isolated blip" by Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Economy, Russell George.


The frontrunner to succeed Carwyn Jones as First Minister today indicated that Labour may break their 2016 manifesto pledge not to put up the rate of income tax before the 2021 Assembly election.


A recent review of incidents that we have instigated in our maternity service has identified the need to take action to ensure that risks are fully identified and any concerns are dealt with quickly and in the most appropriate way.