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Natural Resources Wales advice to farmers

Natural Resources Wales (NRW) is urging farmers to ensure they are storing their silage, slurry and diesel appropriately following three major pollution incidents in Wales.


Council leaders reject 'misleading' assets report

Local government leaders have dismissed a report claiming councils own assets ranging from golf courses to hotels to a cheese factory as 'misleading'.

Scrap Healthcare Inspectorate Wales, says Kirsty Williams

Wales’ hospital inspectorate system isn’t fit for purpose and should be replaced, Welsh Liberal Democrat Leader Kirsty Williams has said today.

This follows a damning report into Glan Clwyd Hospital's Tawel Fan unit in Denbighshire which Kirsty Williams has described as a "scandal".

A report on Abercynon Community Primary School

During each inspection, inspectors aim to answer three key questions: Key Question 1: How good are the outcomes? Key Question 2: How good is provision? Key Question 3: How good are leadership and management?

Future of Sports Coaching to be Debated in Wales

Experts in grassroots and elite coaching will head to Wales for a major annual conference next week to debate the future needs of sport.

Support for plan to tackle legal highs

Welsh Government plans to tackle the potential dangers of so-called 'legal highs' have been supported by BMA Cymru Wales.

Barbara The Bread Cooks Up A Storm For Carers' Week

She’s renowned locally as Barbara the Bread and fans of Miskin’s Barbara Powell will be pleased to know she is st

Paws on Patrol Scheme Sniffs Out Crime

Dog owners and dog walkers have joined forces with crime-fighting partners to sniff out leads and help detect environmental and anti-social offences and issues across Rhondda C