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Progress update - Pontypridd sheltered accommodation scheme in Graig

The Council has provided an update on construction of the Pontypridd Extra Care scheme in Graig – with groundworks well underway and the construction of the main building to begin in the New Year.

South Wales Police a investigate after a man was discovered with serious injuries in a subway close to Tonypandy railway station.

South Wales Police are continuing to investigate after a man was discovered with serious injuries in a subway close to Tonypandy railway station.
Officers were called by a member of the public who found the man at approximately 1am.

Residents want to know when theThe Public Right of Way across the Grade 2 listed Tram Bridge in Robertstown Aberdare will reopen

The Public Right of Way across the Grade 2 listed Tram Bridge, Robertstown has been closed for months, residents have been complaining about the delay in reopening the bridge as the PROW is a safe method of crossing the busy A4059 at this point.

64% of adults in Wales will be overweight or obese and 11.5% will have diabetes by 2030

  • Obesity is the main driver for the increase of type 2 diabetes.
  • Diabetes UK Cymru calls on Welsh Government and the food and drink industry to make healthy choices easier for everyone.
  • Diabetes UK publishes new 5-year strategy to tackle urgent public health crisis on all fron

A meeting of the Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board

Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board is to be held on Thursday, 28 November 2019 at 10.30am in Ynysmeurig House, Navigation Park, Abercynon.

SHARON HOPKINS
CHIEF EXECUTIVE (INTERIM)
13 NOVEMBER 2019

Cancer support bus coming to Rhondda Cynon Taf for Lung Cancer Awareness Month

Macmillan Cancer Support’s information bus Bronwen is coming to Rhondda Cynon Taf to help answer your questions about lung cancer and other cancers during Lung Cancer Awareness Month.

 

Transport for Wales ‘going off the rails’

Rail delays add to Welsh commuters’ woes.

Russell George AM has today (November 12) blasted Transport for Wales (TfW) for delays to services in across the network this morning, leaving some passengers late for work.

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