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Tesco Health Charity Partnership fundraising appeal in Wales – shows a little help can go a long way

People in Wales will be able to give a big boost this month to three life-changing charities that have been heavily impacted by COVID-19.

Consultation – New draft Guidance on the Code of Conduct for members of County and Community/Town Councils

Please see our new draft Guidance on the Code of Conduct for members of County and Community/Town Councils. Please submit any comments to by 21 March 2021.

Storm Dennis - one year on and no Public Inquiry by Welsh Government WHY?

Exactly one year ago to the date, residents and businesses in Rhondda Cynon Taf were hit by one of the worst flooding events in living memory.

Making it Pay

Jeremy Davies, 55, has been a Mental Health Nurse for almost 33 years. In this feature he discusses his work, pay challenges facing NHS nurses and his hopes for the RCN's Fair Pay for Nursing Campaign.

Shadow Minister comments on coal tips report

Janet Finch-Saunders MS – the Shadow Minister for Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs – is concerned at the report into coal tips in Wales, which has found that some 600 have been classed as "high-risk".

Fight for Justice for Flood Victims Continues a Year-on

On the night of 15th February and the early hours of 16th Februar

Welsh Conservative reaction to Transport for Wales fare increases

Commenting on the planned fares rise, Russell George MS – the Shadow Minister for Economy, Transport and Mid Wales – said:

Penywaun Primary School, Aberdare the School Of Excellence

A Rhondda Cynon Taf primary school is first in the UK to be named as a ‘School of Excellence’ for mental wellbeing.

Cwm Taf Morgannwg UHB hits COVID-19 vaccination target

Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board has achieved its target of giving 104,148* vaccines to the top four priority groups.