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Mum jailed for PPI fraud totalling almost £200,000

A Talbot Green mother-of-two has been jailed for almost four years, after defrauding residents of nearly £200,000 via an unlawful PPI claims company. 

“Who’s accountable for a decade of errors?” Welsh Conservatives ask as students incorrectly paid over £3m

The Education Secretary for Wales has told Assembly Members that the Welsh Government have had to write off £3.25m following ten year of incorrect grant payments.

Welsh Labour Government “traps” population as workless household rate stagnates

New data has shown that 17.5% of households in Wales had no adults in employment in 2017, 2.8% more than the UK as a whole – a wider gap than the previous yea

Owner of Grade II listed house loses appeal over removal of limestone piers

Being on the register of listed buildings is enough to give a structure protection and its validity cannot be challenged in disputes over enforcement, the Court of Appeal has ruled.

PINS Determines Proposals For Deregistration From Bridgend County Borough Council

PINS has determined the two proposals made by Bridgend county borough council for deregistration of school sites, at Pencoed School and at Brynmenyn Primary School, both under s.19.

Plans for Mountain Ash

The Council will host a public exhibition at Mountain Ash Library on Thursday 29thNovember (2:00pm to 6:30pm) to inform residents of improvement plans for Mountain Ash town centre - including the development of a new Primary Care Centre and the redevelopment of 1-4 Oxford Buil

Welsh Government must own council funding cuts or reverse them

The Welsh Conservatives held a debate today calling for the Welsh Labour Government to change next year’s controversial local authority financial settlement, and to review the formula that allocates cash to councils.

Optical career in sight for Aberdare woman

AN Aberdare woman who spent nearly a year supporting Specsavers store openings in Australia has returned home to mark another milestone in her burgeoning eye care career – qualifying as a dispensing optician.

Shop Local This Christmas

With Christmas just around the corner, shoppers don’t have to travel to large cities to buy their gifts - Rhondda Cynon Taf is home to a wide range of high streets and bustling town centres.

‘Yes, Wales Can’ - Plaid leader publishes ‘manifesto’ for Welsh independence

Plaid Cymru leader Adam Price today publishes an anthology of notable writings which can be seen as a ‘manifesto’ for Welsh independence.