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Thinking of learning Welsh? There's a new course starting in ASDA, Aberdare!

There are a few places left on this brand new Beginners Welsh course at Asda, Aberdare.

The next class takes place on Monday 17th November from 6pm - 8pm.

http://welshlearners.southwales.ac.uk/newcourse/

Flooding in the Ynys fields Aberdare

Photograph by Clive Stanley Williams

Back in the summer public money paid out on new submersible water pumps and ancillary works so WHY is this Public Right of Way flooded again with the first heave rain of the winter?

RCT Councillor under investigation.

The South Wales Echo today reports that Labour Councillor Bob McDonald who represents the Tonyrefail East ward is under investigation for as yet unrevealed breaches of the code of conduct.

Unsettled weather brings risk of flooding

With unsettled weather forecast to continue this week, Natural Resources Wales (NRW) is asking people to be alert for the possibility of localised flooding.

Too many older people living in care homes in Wales have an unacceptable quality of life says Commissioner

Too many older people living in care homes in Wales have an unacceptable quality of life, according to a report published today by the Older People’s Commissioner for Wales.

Christmas Events in RCT

Temporary road closures will be in place during the Christmas events

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council is pleased to announce the following Christmas events:

Council Website Gets Top Ranking

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council’s popular website continues to go from strength to strength and has been ranked among the best in the UK.

Welsh police urge people to ‘Keep Wales Safe, give up the gun’

The three police forces of Dyfed-Powys, South Wales and Gwent are appealing for people to ‘Keep Wales Safe, give up the gun’ by surrendering any unlicensed or unwanted firearms, with a two week initiative starting today. (Monday 10th November)

BEAT FLU appeal to healthcare workers: lead by example – get the jab

Healthcare staff working in nursing homes, private hospitals and in private community healthcare settings across Wales are being urged to get protected against flu by getting a flu vaccine.

Working for the Welsh Ambulance Service, by Tracy Myhill

I HAVE been here for just over a month now and am getting a good feel for the organisation, and how it works. I am getting out and about to catch up with staff, meet trade unions and meet with our managers. A big thank you to all those who have made me feel so welcome.

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