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£2billion more from Europe but what will Wales do with it?

It has been announced that Wales is to receive £2 billion in structural funding from Europe over the next six years. On the face of it this sounds like good news, until you start asking why we are getting the money. As BBC Wales' political editor Nick Servini says:

'Halloween Spooktacular'

Looking for something different to do this Halloween?.....Then look no further than the Rhondda Heritage Park.

PCSOs plan to beat flour and eggs this Halloween

Two South Wales police PCSOs bucked the trend by encouraging the use of flour and eggs by children at a Rhondda School this Halloween.

USW student builds a bright future with LEGO®

Have you ever wandered around the Tate Modern in London, The Louvre in Paris, or maybe even the MoMA in New York and thought to yourself, “there’s not enough LEGO® in here?” Well, fear not, as a University of South Wales student has decided to fill the void.

Labour must turn around Welsh ambulance service underperformance

Welsh Conservatives today called on Labour Ministers to set out plans to turn around over two years of missed ambulance targets, as new figures show just 58.9% of ambulances responded to a life-threatening call within eight minutes last month.

Relate Cymru launches new all-Wales telephone number and extra sessions to accommodate our busy lifestyles

Supporting relationships across Wales: Relate Cymru launches new all-Wales telephone number and extra sessions to accommodate our busy lifestyles

This week sees the launch of Relate Cymru’s new telephone number and additional counselling appointments for people in Wales.

Central Beacons Mountain Rescue Team Called out to Dare Valley

Beacons Mountain Rescue Team were called out on Tuesday evening by South Wales Police asking us to assist in finding a lost male in the Aberdare area. At the same time our base was full of individuals who have shown an interest in joining the team.

Rhydyfelin Safe Route Proposals

Residents are being invited to give their views on proposals for a new road safety scheme which is being considered for the Rhydyfelin area.

Chauffeur driven council papers adding insult to injury

On Monday evening papers were hand delivered to Councillors by one of the Council's chauffeurs for Wednesday's Council meeting. The papers referred to a decision made by the Labour Cabinet last month to, as they put it, review the Council's senior management structure.

Early wake up call for two drink-drive suspects

In the early hours of this morning (October 28), a 45 year-old man and a 38 year-old woman from Porth were arrested in connection with drink driving.

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