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Royal Army Medical Corps support our NHS teams

A total of 12 Combat Medical Technicians and Paramedics from the Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC) have been deployed to Princess of Wales Hospital, Bridgend since April 2020.

Campaign welcomes recommendation not to downgrade A&E at Royal Glamorgan

The Campaign to Save Royal Glamorgan Hospital A&E (SRGAE) welcomes the recommendation put before the Cwm Taf University Health Board not to downgrade the unit and says it represents a major step towards final victory for our campaign.


RCT Libraries Launch Order And Collect Service

The Council’s Library Service is launching an ‘Order and Collect’ service for all of its customers, with effect from Wednesday, June 24.

Statement on Royal Glamorgan Hospital Emergency Department

Dr Nick Lyons, Medical Director of Cwm Taf Morgannwg UHB, said: “Our teams have been working extremely hard to make significant changes to the Emergency Department and supporting services at Royal Glamorgan Hospital.

Albanian national jailed for producing cannabis in Cifynydd Hotel

Earlier this month we told you about an arrest following the discovery of a large cannabis factory at the old Commercial Hotel in Cifynydd.

Today, Flavio Picaku, 25, was jailed for 12 months after pleading guilty to producing the class B drug.

LLG and ADSO warn on lawfulness of 'hybrid' meetings

So-called ‘hybrid’ meetings - where some councillors are present in a committee room and others participate remotely - are unlawful “under the current situation as it stands at the moment”, Lawyers in Local Government (LLG) and the Association of Democratic Services Officers (ADSO) have concluded

Flooding Statement – Council Leader

Leader of the Council, Councillor Andrew Morgan, said: “Last night, communities across Rhondda Cynon Taf experienced unprecedented levels of rainfall during a short space of time, with 26mm falling over the space of just twenty minutes.

Work on a new Primary and Community Care Centre in Mountain Ash is progressing

Work on a new Primary and Community Care Centre in Mountain Ash is progressing despite the challenges of COVID-19.

Lockdown home schooling: ‘We’ve had enough of being Catch-up Cymru'

Reacting to the report that children in Wales are receiving less home schooling during lockdown than those in other nations in the UK, the Shadow Minist