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Uncomfortable questions for Economy Minister over unallocated £1bn

Russell George MS has quizzed the Minister for Economy over a report by Cardiff University that the Labour-led Welsh Government has more than £1 billion unallocated from its fund to fight Co

Mid and West Wales firefighter scoops prestigious Spirit of Fire Award for Christmas No.1 bid

Firefighter Chris Birdsell-jones from Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service has today won a prestigious Spirit of Fire award at a virtual ceremony held by The Fire Fighters Charity and introduced by His Royal Highness The Duke of Cambridge.

Parents whose children failed to comply with Firebreak rules among those fined by South Wales Police

Parents whose children were involved in antisocial behaviour while also in breach of coronavirus legislation were among those fined in south Wales over the weekend.

Merthyr Macmillan Unit built by your donations celebrates 10 years

A Macmillan chemotherapy unit built by the public’s generous donations is celebrating 10 years since it first opened its doors.

Royal College of Occupational Therapists launches careers diversity campaign

As part of Occupational Therapy Week 2020, the Royal College of Occupational Therapists (RCOT) has launched a campaign to inspire people from all backgrounds to become occupational therapists. Although there are over 41,000 occupational therapists, across the UK there is still a significant short

European Union to ban digital tools uncovering millions of images and videos of child sexual abuse online

Tools that are protecting children from online child sexual abuse will be outlawed in December, unless an agreement can be reached by three key EU institutions.

Putting Children First: A Manifesto for the Senedd Elections 2021

Children in Wales with leading national children’s charities in Wales have launched a manifesto for the Senedd Elections 2021. The manifesto aims to ensure that children’s rights are central and prioritised by all political parties in Wales.




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Warning following scam spike in region

People should be vigilant following a spate of telephone scams this week affecting people in Hirwaun, Pontyclun and Tonypandy.
Thousands of pounds have been handed over to criminals who have contacted their victims by phone.