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Plain packaging for cigarettes to be introduced in 2016

The UK Department of Health has announced that it will introduce plain packaging for cigarettes and other nicotine products in 2016, pending approval from Parliament in May.

Victoria Bridge Reopens

Victoria Bridge in Pontypridd is set to reopen to two-way traffic this Sunday (January 25) following a major £1million

Cabinet Agrees Significant Changes To Proposed Pitch Charges

Following feedback from sports clubs and users, Cabinet today agreed significant changes to the fees and charges proposed for sport pitches.

Blue Plaque For Jewish Community

A Blue Plaque is set to be unveiled in Aberdare by Rhondda Cynon Taf Council to mark the site of the town’s Synagogue a

Memorial To Mardy Miners

he once-thriving coal-mining heritage of the Rhondda Valley is to be forever remembered with the official unveiling of the Ma

Answer to housing shortage is to build new homes, not end right to buy

Peter Black AM, Welsh Liberal Democrat Shadow Minister for Housing, has said the Welsh Labour Government’s announcement of an outright ban on ‘Right to Buy’ is “unnecessary and is taking a sledgehammer to crack a nut.”

Welsh NHS luxury car costs challenged

Despite it reeling from years of record-breaking cuts, the Labour-run Welsh NHS is doing a trade in luxurious top-of-the-range cars for its highest earning executives, Welsh Conservatives revealed today.

Neonatal services in Cwm Taf

At a Board meeting of Cwm Taf University Health Board members agreed a way forward for implementing a key element of the South Wales Programme.