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Protecting faith tourism and religious buildings

Welsh Conservatives will today highlight the importance of faith tourism to the Welsh economy and call for development of a register of Wales’ most important religious buildings.

Extra Places Added To Races

An extra 50 places added for the Adult Fun Run

An extra 50 places have been added to the 2014 Nos Galan Road Races Adult Fun Run to meet the overwhelming demand.

FULL PROGRAMME OF ACTIVITIES AT WINTER FAIR FOR WALES YFC

Wales YFC will hold a full programme of activities at the Royal Welsh Agricultural Winter Fair, and for many of the Wales YFC members the lure of the Winter Fair is just as strong as that of the Royal Welsh Show.

ONS evidence torpedoes Labour e-cig ban

Welsh Labour’s planned restrictions on e-cigarettes, a key plank of their public health reforms, was torpedoed today by evidence from the Office for National Statistics that e-cigarettes do not represent a gateway to smoking.

Committee to look at protecting children from smacking

The National Assembly has voted to set up a new committee to look at the issues involved in a ban on smacking children in Wales.

High-Powered Race Sponsor

We are delighted to announce that Vattenfall is one of the major sponsors at the 2014 Nos Galan Road Races

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council is delighted to announce that Vattenfall is one of the major sponsors at the 2014 Nos Galan Road Races.

Taff Trail improvements

Cyclists and walkers taking a ride or stroll along the Taff Trail through Rhondda Cynon Taf this winter will see a number of improvements to the route.

Housebound Residents Applaud Library Service

Disabled residents who benefit from the Council’s Housebound Library Service are applauding the first-class service to their door.

Buy new trains with new powers instead of building new M4 says Eluned Parrott

The Welsh Lib Dems are urging the Welsh Government to use its newly devolved powers around rail franchising to plan for the future with a Welsh Rolling Stock Strategy, investing in new train carriages and ensuring the future growth of our rail services.

‘Disabled people need to be recognised as sexual beings’

Disability doesn't take away a person's sexual identity. By supporting disabled people to have a healthy sex life, social care professionals will see the positive impact it can have, says Tuppy Owens

By Tuppy Owens

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