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Welsh Water launches new Social Tariff to help more than 100,000 customers

New social tariff will be aimed at over 100,000 disadvantaged customers
Targeted at customers spending more than 5% of income on water bills
Company invested £174 million in capital projects between April and September

The Death of Sport in Rhondda Cynon Taf

This is a petition in relation to the proposed charges that the R.C.T Council plan to introduce on ALL sports teams using their parks from next season. Importantly, this will include charges to the many childrens teams that currently run within the R.C.T.

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council need your view

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council is asking residents for their views on how their transport will look from 2015 and beyond.

The Council along with Blaenau Gwent, Caerphilly, Merthyr Tydfil and Torfaen Councils have jointly produced a draft South East Wales Valleys Local Transport Plan.

Welsh Lib Dems bring #ScrapTheTolls campaign to the Assembly

Severn Bridge tolls AMsThe Welsh Liberal Democrats are calling on all parties in the National Assembly to support the Liberal Democrat policy of scrapping the Severn Bridge tolls when the bridges come back into public ownership, as they lead a debate on the issue today.

Protecting children should be Welsh Government priority

Party of Wales spokesperson tells Mumsnet that Government should put children’s wellbeing first by changing law on physical punishment

A472 Fiddlers Elbow Viaduct Update

Emergency speed restrictions have been extended to the westbound lanes for motorists travelling over the A470 link bridge between Abercynon and Nelson (A472 Fiddlers Elbow viaduct).

Three-point plan to help 400,000 households with high energy costs

Plaid Cymru unveils three-point plan for off-grid homes

Plaid Cymru the Party of Wales has unveiled a three-point plan to help the estimated 400,000 households in Wales who are off the gas network and face higher costs and little consumer protection.

CCTV released to identify suspect: Tylorstown

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.

Expensive community energy scheme labelled 'hugely disappointing'

Despite spending almost two and a half million pounds on a community energy scheme in Wales, Labour has only facilitated the completion of one project in four years.

Plaid Cymru acts to grant votes at 16

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.

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