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Aberaman Extra Care development reaches latest landmark

The construction of a new Extra Care scheme in Aberaman will soon reach an exciting milestone – as January will see the delivery and installation of pre-constructed modules to shape the development.

RNIB Cymru seeks network committee members

We are looking for people who want to help shape our work in Wales. As a member of our new Network Committee, you will help lead and steer our work to bring about positive change for blind and partially sighted people of all ages and anyone affected by sight loss.

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.

NRW in a ‘mess’ according to staff in leaked report

Wales’ environmental protection agency has had a staff consultation, which implied major restructuring plans were underway, leaked. Staff are reportedly overwhelmingly against the proposals.

Shadow Environment Minister, Andrew RT Davies AM, said:

Survey: Tackling loneliness and isolation

The Welsh Government is holding a consultation asking for views on what they should do to tackle loneliness and social isolation.


Drug dealer convictions prompt county lines warning for valleys

County lines gang members caught with drugs worth thousands in a south Wales street were jailed earlier today (Thursday, 13th December 2018)
Saed Saeed, from Cardiff, and Fouad Cilmi, from Bristol, were arrested on 8th August 2018, after being stopped by armed officers.

Fall in acceptances to Welsh universities “indicative of wider government failings”

The Welsh Conservatives have said fewer and fewer people are choosing to study in Wales because the Welsh Government are failing to make Wales an attractive place to work.

St John Baptist took part in a girls' 5 a side Girls' football tournament

On Wednesday, December 12th 2018, St John Baptist took part in a girls' 5 a side football tournament called the 'WSFA National Fives' in Whitchurch, Cardiff. The team was made up of both year 7 and 8 females.

Active Monitoring brings colour back to Sonia’s life

A colouring book might not seem like an obvious benefit to anyone left devastated by bereavement but, for Sonia Bucsenac, taking up the activity has helped her cope with the loss of her beloved husband.

The Twelve Myths of Christmas

Christmas is a special time of year. Even so, it doesn't stop health and safety being - wrongly - cited as a reason for preventing pretty harmless activities from going ahead.