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Hypocrisy and confusion over international travel at Cardiff Airport

International flights to and from state-owned Cardiff Airport were put to the First Minister during Plenary by Andrew RT Davies MS – the Welsh Conservative Senedd Leader – who asked

Council has now appointed Centregreat as the contractor responsible for delivering Blaen-y-Cwm Road river wall repairs

A contractor is now appointed for the upcoming scheme to the Blaen-y-Cwm Road river wall – to carry out preliminary work in April and full repairs from May, when seasonal restrictions on working within the river come to an end. 

More than £68,000 in Macmillan’s hardship grants given to help people with cancer in Rhondda Cynon Taf during the pandemic

Cancer charity Macmillan Cancer Support gave more than £68,000 in hardship grants last year to help people with cancer in Rhondda Cynon Taf struggling with the pandemic’s financial impact and the unexpected costs cancer can bring.


Why is company allowed to use a Cwmbach TFW car park to store commercial vehicles Rhondda Cynon Taf Council?

Residents have been complaining for months about the designated Cwmbach Transport for Wales Carpark being used by a vehicle hire company to store vehicles.


CTUHB whole area testing estimated to have prevented hundreds of cases of COVID-19

Whole area testing with lateral flow device (LFD) tests in Merthyr Tydfil and lower Cynon Valley is estimated to have prevented 353 cases of COVID-19, 24 hospitalisations, 5 Intensive Care Unit admissions and 14 deaths, according to a new report.

Welsh voters back strong public protections as new poll shows cross-party support for rules that keep Wales safe

New polling from YouGov, published today (Friday, March 19th) by Unchecked UK, shows that Welsh voters from across the political spectrum are strongly supportive of well-enforced regulations, and value them for the role they play in keeping society running smoot

Welsh Labour last moment on whether Wales’ tourism sector will reopen in time for Easter.

The Shadow Minister for Economy, Russell George MS, has reacted to the online report that a decision will not be reached until “the last moment” on whether Wales’ tourism sector will reopen in time for East

Andy Muxlow of Cwmaman is walking 200 miles in March with guide dog Ernie

WALKIES are a part of daily life for all guide dog owners – and this one is no exception. Andy Muxlow, of Cwmaman, is so delighted with new guide dog Ernie that he has vowed to walk a total of 200 miles with him during March to raise money for Guide Dogs Cymru.


Blind and partially sighted people ‘forgotten’ as COVID vaccine rolled out in Wales

Leading sight loss charity RNIB Cymru is warning that the needs of blind and partially sighted people are being forgotten as the COVID-19 vaccine is rolled out across the nation.


Appeal Following Theft Of Gulley Covers in RCT

Residents are urged to take extra care and to be vigilant following the theft of storm drain gulley covers in Rhondda Cynon Taf overnight.