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Covid anniversary a ‘time for reflection’

Commenting on the first anniversary of the first death of a person with Covid-19 in Wales, Angela Burns MS – the Shadow Minister for Health – said:

A new streamlined approach to lung disease care

An innovative, multi-disciplinary model of providing treatment for patients with lung diseases is reducing waiting times at Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend.

Alfie's Generous Gesture To Key Workers

Rhondda Cynon Taf student Alfie Ford is giving something back to his community during lockdown, by providing care packages to key workers in his locality. He has also been awarded £1,000 for his chosen charity, the Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospital due to his generosity.

Guide to screen addictions and responsible digital use

Have you been spending more time on your phone or laptop? The way we spend our time has been changing as a result of COVID-19. Whether it’s during a lockdown or as we adjust to new norms, it’s likely you’ve been spending more time on your devices.

Work to begin on major A4059 in an attempt to prevent flooding

The Council has appointed a contractor to deliver a major Welsh Government-funded scheme on the A4059 between Asda and Tinney’s roundabouts in Aberdare – to ensure the road is more resilient during heavy rainfall.

Non-essential retailers in Wales ‘badly let down’ by Labour

Commenting on the First Minister's U-turn regarding the opening of non-essential retail, Welsh Conservative Senedd leader, Andrew RT Davies MS: 

Application for Major Development at BRYN PICA WASTE DISPOSAL SITE, MERTHYR ROAD, LLWYDCOED

RHONDDA CYNON TAF COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL

 

Town and Country Planning Act 1990

 

Welsh Office Circular 32/92 Application for Major Development

 

Application 21/0269/16

 

Applicant: Rhondda Cynon Taff County Borough Council

 

Shadow Minister welcomes plan for wales to receive a freeport

The Shadow Minister for Economy, Russell George MS, has warmly welcomed reports that Wales is to receive a free port.

Royal Glamorgan Hospital ED patients offered next-day appointment in pilot project

Patients who attend the Royal Glamorgan Hospital (RGH) with a minor injury late in the evening are being offered a choice of waiting to be seen or returning the following day for a timed appointment, under a new pilot scheme to reduce waiting times.

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