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Youth Work Week: National Showcase Event

The Youth Work National Showcase Event will take place 10.30-2pm 26 June at Pier Head, Cardiff. Twenty two youth work organisations will be represented at this event and the Mini

Ride to Work Week

Riders and employers are being encouraged to join the motorcycle industry in promoting the be

Car Park next for Ynysangharad Park?

The go ahead was given this week by the four Labour members of the Ynysangharad Park Cabinet sub-committee for a £2 million bridge to be built between the park and the new Taff Vale development.

PLANNING UCO and GPDO consolidation looms

The Welsh Government has begun consultation on the potential consolidation of the Use Classes Order (UCO) and General Permitted Development Order (GPDO) regimes as well as changes to both.

Employers For Wales Hub Launched

Carers Wales is calling for organisations to join a new membership programme called Employers for Carers – a service aimed at creating carer-friendly workplaces.

Joint statement from Cwm Taf and Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Boards on the Bridgend boundary change

Back in December last year, Welsh Government launched a 3 month public consultation which proposed changing the Health Board boundary for the Bridgend population.

Woman who falsely accused taxi driver of sexual assault is jailed

Claire Morgan, aged 35, of Bridgend, was sentenced to 30 months imprisonment for perverting the course of justice.

ABERDARE – COMMERCIAL ST ROUNDABOUT TO DEPOT ROAD ROUNDABOUT AND HARRIET ST ROUNDABOUT TO HIRWAUN ROAD TEMPORARY TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS

RHONDDA CYNON TAFF COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL (A4059 ABERDARE – COMMERC IAL STREET ROUNDABOUT TO DEPOT ROAD ROUNDABOUT AND HARRIET STREET ROUNDABOUT TO HIRWAU N ROAD) (TEMPORARY TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS) ORDER 2018

 

ADMISSION CHARGES CUT AS ABERDARE LOOK TO LOCAL COMMUNITY

Aberdare Town are delighted to announce that Southern League Premier Division side and local neighbours Merthyr Town will be visiting Aberaman Park as part of the 
build up for the new season.

Pinewood Studio: Welsh Labour’s latest ‘turkey’ costing YOU the taxpayers £400,000 a year to run

A Wales Audit Office report has confirmed that Pinewood Studio is now costing Welsh taxpayers almost £400,000 a year to keep open.

Pinewood’s 15-year lease for a studio in Cardiff was scrapped last year.

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