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Controversial school sickness advice leaflet withdrawn after Welsh Lib Dem pressure

A controversial leaflet which appeared to advise parents to send their sick children to school and which caused outrage amongst parents in RCT has been withdrawn.

Disgrace of lady who waited five hours on floor because of ambulance failings

Welsh Liberal Democrat Councillor Mike Powell has hit out at the "appalling" state of the ambulance service after a lady from Cilfynydd spent five hours on the floor because equipment needed to lift her was not available.

Christmas Recycling Countdown in Rhondda Cynon Taf

The countdown to Christmas has begun and Rhondda Cynon Taf Council is encouraging residents to recycle festively and give a special gift to the environment by recycling all their extra waste over the festive period.

Plaid peer makes case for Welsh control over fracking

Plaid peer Lord Dafydd Wigley will today (Tuesday) use a questions session in the House of Lords to make the case for Wales to have the same power as Scotland over fracking.

Support Your Local Small Business

Come and support your high street businesses and help boost the local economy!

Small Business Saturday takes place on December 6th to encourage shoppers to support smaller traders both on the day and beyond.

£15 million towards dementia research to be announced in Autumn Statement

In tomorrow's Autumn Statement, George Osborne will pledge at least £15 million towards a new fund for dementia research.

Have Yourself A Fake-Free Christmas

As the Christmas shopping frenzy is gathering pace, Rhondda Cynon Taf Council’s Trading Standards are warning residents to be vigilant and wary of counterfeit goods and scams.

Time to Change Wales Young person survey

The Welsh Institute of Health & Social Care in partnership with Time To Change Wales are conducting an online survey which is designed to gain an understanding about young people’s experiences and feelings in regards to mental health.

Autumn statement money must be spent on cancer drugs

The Welsh Conservative Leader has today called for additional money heading to Wales, as a result of the Chancellor’s autumn statement, to be spent – in part – on a much-needed cancer treatments fund.

BMA seeks health spending clarity

The BMA has echoed calls by politicians for greater clarity on health spending in Wales.

money pillsIn October, the Welsh Government announced an extra £425m in healthcare funding over the next two years.