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‘Night Out’ hits the spot with communities across mid and south-west Wales

The Arts Council of Wales’ ‘Night Out’ scheme has been a great success in rural communities across mid and south west Wales during the 2017-18 according to an evaluation of the scheme undertaken recently.

It takes just one ‘quickstep’ to sign up for the Rhondda Walk!

Macmillan Cancer Support urges walkers to get online and register to help raise funds for the new Y Bwthyn Specialist Care Unit

Rhondda Walk organisers are encouraging people to sign up online and register for a place on the special tenth anniversary charity walk.

Sargeant family threaten independent probe with legal action

The family of Carl Sargeant has threatened legal action after lawyers claimed they had been excluded from a probe into the late minister's sacking by Carwyn Jones.

Be Seen: All Wales Forum Sibling Carer Initiative launch event

The All Wales Forum Sibling Carer Initiative is holding an initial launch event on 04 July 2018, called Be Seen.

MOUNTAIN ASH WAITING AND LOADING RESTRICTIONS, RESIDENTS PARKING)

RHONDDA CYNON TAFF COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL

(VARIOUS ROADS, MOUNTAIN ASH)

(VARIATION, WAITING AND LOADING RESTRICTIONS, RESIDENTS PARKING) ORDER 2018

 

Dragons, castles and cybersecurity

 

Don’t miss out from the 16th to 30th June, when the eagerly awaited 5th Wales Festival of Innovation will be brought to you by business, academia and innovators at great venues all over Wales!

 

The South Wales Fire and Rescue Service Chief’s Annual Peloton

The South Wales Fire and Rescue Service Chief’s Annual Peloton, is a gruelling 160 mile event which will see 24 SWFRS staff cycle from Chepstow to Brighton – Bridge2Brighton, is underway, raising funds for The Fire Fighters Charity.

Led by South Wales Fire and Rescue Chief Fire Officer Hu

Welsh Government staff 'asked to give Sargeant evidence to civil servants'

A leaked email has shown the Permanent Secretary instructing Welsh Government staff to share evidence for the Carl Sargeant inquiry with senior civil servants first.

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