A balance of resources is needed to enable everyone access to GP services in Wales, doctors leaders have said.
The call follows the publication of the National Survey for Wales, which showed employed people found it difficult to get an appointment with their GPs.
Following the discovery of possible pollution from a storm drain running into the River Aman from Cardiff Road Aberaman AberdareOnline informed Rhondda Cynon Taf Council together with Natural Resources Wales and Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water,
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Launched earlier this year, the popular app Flappy Bird took the world by storm. Now, a Rhondda Charity working with young people have developed a tongue in cheek version for Wales. Farty Sheep is the newest mobile app developed by Penrhys Partnership’s Big Click project.