Healthcare Inspectorate Wales (HIW) today publishes a report following an unannounced Dignity and Essential Care inspection to Ward B2 of Ysbyty Cwm Rhondda, part of Cwm Taf University Health Board. The inspection was undertaken on 23rd and 24th July 2014.
Wales’s top health officials are this week urging people with long term health conditions to get protected against flu. Flu (influenza) can have serious complications for some people, which includes those with long term medical conditions.
With mounting concern over the falling milk prices on global markets, NFU Glamorgan on farm meeting_275_206Cymru Milk Board Chairman, Aled Jones, sent out a plea to processors, retailers and policy makers in the UK and the EU to work together to safeguard a future for Welsh milk producers, at a r
The Wales Care Awards ceremony on Friday, October 24, in Cardiff's City Hall was a packed-out night to remember which saw 56 finalists presented with awards in 21 categories ranging from excellence in dementia care to innovation in care for children and young people.
The consultation on the proposals to close several schools in the Rhondda and Tonyrefail, remove sixth forms from Tonypandy, Porth and Ferndale and create new 3 to 16 and 3 to 19 year old schools has begun.