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Volunteers in Aberdare needed to join charity collection

The British Heart Foundation (BHF) and Diabetes UK Cymru are appealing for enthusiastic volunteers in Aberdare to help out at a collection weekend at their local Tesco store.

South Wales Fire and Rescue Service to trial CCTV system to reduce deliberate fire setting

South Wales Fire and Rescue Service (SWFRS) is working with Remote Surveillance Ltd to trial CCTV surveillance system across the Merthyr area over the Whitsun Bank Holiday (22nd to 26th May) to reduce deliberate fire setting and anti-social behaviour in those communities.

New unit launched in south Wales to better safeguard children, young people and vulnerable adults

Agencies responsible for safeguarding vulnerable adults and children across the Cwm Taf region launched its new Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) on Thursday, 21st May 2015, in the presence of First Minister Carwyn Jones.

General practice crisis threatens to 'destroy the NHS'

The general practice funding and recruitment crisis is a 'hurricane' threatening to undermine the fabric of the NHS, a conference heard today.

Green light for renewable energy in Wales

A major conference on renewable energy in Cardiff today (Thursday 21 May) will hear about a new agreement that will pave the way for generating renewable energy on land managed by Natural Resources Wales (NRW).

Macmillan’s free programme for people affected by cancer in Wales marks 2 year anniversary

Macmillan Cancer Support’s free programme to help people affected by cancer manage the emotional impact of their diagnosis has now marked its second anniversary.

“Worrying” urgent cancer treatment decline in every part of Wales

Welsh Liberal Democrat Leader Kirsty Williams has responded to “worrying” figures showing a decline in the percentage of urgent cancer patients treated within the target time in every Welsh health board.

New one-stop-shop Hub goes ‘live’

A new online hub that provides information and training to help social care professionals implement the Social

Transport Proposals

'The RCT Borough Council Cabinet has today agreed to consult on the proposal to charge for all discretionary school transport.