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Covid-19: Shock at Health Welsh Minister’s refusal to expand Coronavirus testing for all care home residents

Janet Finch-Saunders, the Shadow Social Minister, has reacted with shock at the announcement today (April 29) that the Minster for Health has refused to expand Cov

Cocaine seized after a police stop in Rhondda

Police seized cocaine from a man in Tonyrefail on Friday (24 April, 2020).
Two eagle-eyed officers spotted the driver of a black Corsa acting suspiciously he drove through Gilfach Goch at approximately 6pm.

Covid-19: Welsh Conservatives call for increased support for bus companies

Information obtained by the Welsh Conservatives suggests that bus companies and the routes they operate are under threat as a specific grant for bus services in Wales to help them through the Covid19 pandemic has not been passed on by Welsh Government.

Providing Vital Care In Our Communities

Caring for the most vulnerable people living in our communities across RCT is a job that Natalie Eshelby finds so rewarding, none more so than during these most difficult of times.

Care provider encourages people to stay at home & take up gardening during Coronavirus restrictions

A WELSH care agency is launching a campaign (April, 2020) to get people gardening during the current Coronavirus restrictions to help improve mental and physical wellbeing for those at home.

 

What can patients expect of their doctor?

Doctors, and the whole healthcare team, are under intense pressure. The impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) means they might need to deliver care in different ways. They are trying to do their best for all the patients they treat and to protect the health of the public.

The grassfire you saw from your garden – could it darken your door?

If your child is involved in starting deliberate grassfires, you can expect a visit from us.

PONTYPRIDD CONSTITUENCY’S COMMUNITY SPIRIT STILL STRONG, DESPITE FLOODING AND CORONAVIRUS

Despite the flooding and the Coronavirus crisis, the community spirit of Pontypridd is stronger than ever according to Plaid Cymru’s councillors.

Attendance at A & E, drops, but Shadow Health Minister says ‘Patients should still attend if they are seriously ill’

The latest batch of NHS Wales waiting time figures – published today – are the first that have been released since the full Covid-19 (Coronavirus) lockdown came into

New guidance published by Welsh Government: Children’s social services during the COVID-19 pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) presents unprecedented challenges to vulnerable families and is placing increasing pressure on children’s services.

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