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National Theatre Wales is inviting proposals from across south Wales for the second event in its Big Democracy Project. The project explores how art and creativity can play a part in helping communities across Wales re-engage with the democratic process.

End to exam fiascos - ATL Cymru welcomes Qualifications Wales Bill

Commenting after the publication of the Qualifications Wales Bill, Dr. Philip Dixon, Director of ATL Cymru said: 'The establishment of Qualifications Wales is welcome for several reasons.

St John Baptist Staff Raise £218 For Macmillan Cancer Support

Staff were treated to a well deserved cake at the end of October. Mrs Hedges, Mrs Slade and Mrs Webber organised a Macmillan Coffee Morning for staff during the break time. Mrs Slade and Mrs Hedges baked lots of scrummy cakes and I got my Mum to bake for me!

Wales’s statutory food hygiene rating scheme extended

Wales’ food hygiene rating scheme is being extended to trade-to-trade businesses, such as food manufacturers and wholesale providers who sell food to other businesses, Deputy Health Minister Vaughan Gething has announced.

Jordan's A Future Champion!

Teenage golf sensation Jordan Rosser hopes to one day emulate the success of Rhondda Cynon Taf’s Olympic and Commonwealth Games athletes - he has already been earmarked as a ‘Future Champion.’

South Wales Police has launched the All Wales Winter Anti Drink and Drug Driving Campaign.

Drink-drive victim, Dr Mark Boulcott will be supporting the campaign, after he lost his wife and he was left disabled by a drink driver, when the annual campaign is launched by Dyfed-Powys Police on behalf of the four Welsh forces.

Giant Panto Is Full Of Beans!

There is a just a week until performances of Rhondda Cynon Taf Council’s hilarious family pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk begin – oh yes there is!

Sports scholarships awarded to elite USW athletes

Some of the country’s future sporting stars have been awarded scholarships from the University of South Wales.

Call to balance primary care resources

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.