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CCTV released to identify suspect: Tylorstown

Police in Rhondda are appealing for help in identifying this man caught on CCTV.
He attempted to steal something from a shop and when the shop worker intervened, he threatened him using racist language.
The incident occurred in Tylorstown back in August 2014.

Expensive community energy scheme labelled 'hugely disappointing'

Despite spending almost two and a half million pounds on a community energy scheme in Wales, Labour has only facilitated the completion of one project in four years.

Plaid Cymru acts to grant votes at 16

As the Wales Bill is debates in the Lords, Plaid Cymru's Lord Dafydd Wigley and Lord Dafydd Elis-Thomas have tabled an amendment that, if passed, would empower the Assembly to determine whether 16 and 17 year olds could participate in Assembly elections.

Number of Welsh people out of work goes UP while UK average falls

Today's unemployment figures for Wales show an increase in Welsh unemployment and the historical gap in unemployment rates compared to the UK average remains.

Older people's winter worries

Rising energy costs and keeping warm in their own homes will be big concerns for over 65s in Wales this winter.

That’s according to figures we're releasing today which show:

A&E waits in Labour-run Welsh NHS get worse

Accident & Emergency waiting times in the Labour-run NHS got worse in September 2014, new figures published today show.

Just 86.3% of patients spent less than four hours waiting to be seen in Welsh A&E departments until admission, transfer or discharge.

YEAR 5/6 Hockey Festival

Wednesday the 12th of November 2014 Mountain Ash Comprehensive School held their first Hockey Festival. 130 year 5/6 students attended the festival with their class teachers to enjoy a fun filled
day of hockey skills and fun games.

Tearing up the Labour manifesto in RCT

The following excerpts are all taken from the Labour Council manifesto of 2012. Just about every promise has been broken.
People trusted them to deliver - we hope they will not be taken in by them in the same way again

The educational impact of Labour’s proposed nursery cuts

Nothing has fundamentally changed since the cut from full to part time nursery provision was initially proposed by the Labour Cabinet last year.

Story of south Wales’s Co-operative movement

Story of south Wales’s Co-operative movement
‘completely neglected’ according to new book

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