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.
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.
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.
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
Arts Factory is an independent development trust that was established in 1990 by local people who were tired of being labelled as “problems” and who wanted to work together to improve the quality of their lives. We are based in the Rhondda Valleys in South Wales. Arts Factory exists to build a stronger, more inclusive community by creating opportunities for people who feel marginalised and excluded to develop skills,
supportive social networks, self-confidence and self-esteem by contributing to team based projects that: