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Cllr Mike Powell supports Men United v Prostate Cancer.

Welsh Liberal Democrat Councillor Mike Powell has added his name to Prostate Cancer UK's campaign, Men United v Prostate Cancer. The campaign aims to unite people across the UK in raising awareness of and fighting prostate cancer.

Caring Leighton honoured for going extra mile

A care worker renowned for "going the extra mile" was honoured at Wales’ top care awards.

Put your questions to the FIS via Twitter! Rhondda Cynon Taf Council

Parents and carers in Rhondda Cynon Taf can communicate with the Council’s Family Information Service (FIS) via social media on Tuesday, November 18, 2014, during national DIAL A FIS Day.

Around The World For The Races

Darryn Lloyd Price will be travelling from Brisbane to take part in the Nos Galan Road Races!

The Nos Galan Road Races truly are a global phenomenon, with competitors from around the world set to converge on Rhondda Cynon Taf once again on New Year’s Eve.

New imaging technique could show us the progression of inflammation in the brain

The development of a 'tracer' that could show changes in the brain associated with inflammation will be reported today (17 November 2014) at the Neuroscience 2014 conference in Washington DC.

Support Our Santa Appeal!

Do not let a child miss out this Christmas – support Rhondda Cynon Taf Council’s 2014 Santa Appeal by donating a special gift, no matter how big or small.

Welsh Water encourages pupils to celebrate toilets

Global Citizenship, Environmental Awareness and World Toilet Day are top of the agenda.

Lack of rights leaving private renters powerless

Citizens Advice has called for greater protection for people living in the private rented sector. The national charity’s comments come as the Joseph Rowntree Foundation publishes new research showing that by 2040 one in five people will live in a rented home.

Old photograph Public Right of Way Ynys Aberdare

This photograph was sent to AberdareOnline by Gogsy today after speaking to him who has continually informed Rhondda Cynon Taf Council of the problems with this Public Right of Way the photograph was taken back in March he to is asking the question when is this problem going to be rectified permanently.