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No answer from Labour on OECD survey

Labour’s First Minister today failed to commit Wales to taking part in an independent OECD survey of the state of the NHS in all four nations of the United Kingdom.

Care homes ‘lack confidence’ in applying Mental Capacity Act, finds review

Review of Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards in Wales also finds some adult social care teams have 'very limited' knowledge of safeguards

by Andy McNicoll on November 3, 2014 in Adults, Care Work, Deprivation of liberty, Mental Capacity Act

Wales deserves cancer treatment equity

Communities across Wales should no longer be forced to tolerate a system of cancer treatment that is not on a par with England.

Local Engagement Sessions: Music and Nursery Service Change Proposals

The Leader of Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council, Councillor Andrew Morgan has today announced the dates for the local engagements events which will take place as part of the consultation process for Music and Nursery Service Change proposals.

Plaid pledges end to poverty pay as 1 in 4 earn less than living wage

At the start of Living Wage Week, Plaid Cymru's Hywel Williams MP has reiterated his party's commitment to a genuine Living Wage that would secure a pay rise for more than 250,000 Welsh workers.

REVEALED: Thousands left waiting over 10 years on housing lists

HouseAt least 2,096 people in Wales have been on a housing waiting list for over ten years, figures published by the Welsh Liberal Democrats have revealed.

Age Cymru is supporting this year’s National Consumer Week.

The campaign is calling on us all to be on the lookout and step in to protect older and vulnerable people from doorstep criminals.

St Elvan's Church turned down for Lottery funding

We are really sorry to announce that for the second time our bid for Heritage Lottery Funding has been turned down and the church is in danger of closing.

Have your say on education cuts in RCT

The Council are currently consulting on their latest round of budget cuts. These include cuts to the music service in schools and of course the cuts to nursery education are back on the cards.

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