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GREENFIELD TERRACE, ABERCYNON 20MPH SPEED LIMIT

RHONDDA CYNON TAFF COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL

GREENFIELD TERRACE, ABERCYNON) (20MPH SPEED LIMIT) ORDER 2020

 

Leading charity Diabetes UK is looking for swimmers in Wales

Diabetes UK is looking for people from Wales to take on the swimming challenge of the year, Swim22, between 22 February and 22 May.

17-day festival at Yr Ieuan Ap Iago Aberdare

Gin lovers will have the opportunity to enjoy a selection of gins from the UK and overseas during a 17-day festival at Yr Ieuan Ap Iago.

 

The pub in High Street, Aberdare, will be serving up to 14 gins from England, Scotland, Wales, Republic of Ireland and Italy.

 

Porth Community School Teaching and learning experiences: Unsatisfactory and needs urgent improvement

Porth Community School is an English-medium all-age (3-16) comprehensive school in Porth, Rhondda. The school opened in September 2018 following the closure of Porth County Community School, Porth Infants School, Porth Junior School and Llwyncelyn Infants School.

Comment on A & E provision at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital

“There seems to be some confusion, denial, or just a slopey-shouldered attitude to Wales NHS in Welsh Labour,” began Andrew RT Davies AM/AC, commenting on a social media spat that saw Dawn Bowden AM/AC, the We

Transport for Wales still not performing

Russell George AM/AC today (January 29) chaired a meeting of the National Assembly's Economy, Infrastructure, and Skills Committee, which focused on rail services.

Do you fancy a career in the TV and film?

Do you fancy a career in the TV and film? Young people from Rhondda Cynon Taf are once again being given the opportunity to get their first taste of life in the industry.  

Welsh Labour’s plan for revitalisation of towns is a sticking plaster, not a solution

Commenting on the news that the Welsh Government is to invest millions of pounds in struggling towns, Mark Isherwood AM/AC said:

Cwm Taf scandal: Shadow Health Minister adds support to calls for a police investigation

Shown on BBC Wales yesterday (January 27) evening, the investigation The Baby Scandal – about maternity services at scandal-hit Cwm Taf Morgannwg Health Board – included harrowing interviews with bereaved parents or those of children left adversely affected by the care given.

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