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Children in Wales Annual Child Poverty Survey Report Launched

Today Children in Wales launched the report on the findings from our 5th Annual Child and Family Poverty surveys.  The findings are bleak and unacceptable. The surveys sought to understand more about the current issues children, young people and families are facing, the impact this has

RCT Has Got a Brand-New Bag and its going to cost you the council taxpayer more in the future WHY?

Q         Will wear and tear of sacks be replaced?

 

A          The Council cannot accept responsibility for the wear and tear of green waste sacks.

 

When your bag is worn out you pay the council £3 for a replacement

Have your say on the Welsh in Education Strategic Plan? But will RCTC take any notice of your responses?

The Council will begin a consultation where residents can have their say on the Welsh in Education Strategic Plan (WESP). The feedback received during this process will help further inform the WESP before it is published next year.

COVID fund supports staff wellbeing throughout Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board

Throughout the COVID pandemic, the Health Board has been hugely grateful to receive lots of monetary donations from members of the public, many specifying that they would like their contributions to go towards supporting and improving staff wellbeing.

Boundary Changes for lower Cynon Valley

24. Pontypridd

 

24.1 The Commission proposes that a county constituency be created from:

Aberdare Boundary changes

18. Merthyr Tydfil and Aberdare (Merthyr Tudful ac Aberdâr)

 

18.1 The Commission proposes that a county constituency be created from:

 

PEOPLE IN WALES ARE HOLDING ONTO ITEMS THEY NO LONGER USE FOR A YEAR AND A HALF

The BHF urges Wales to take on its Declutter Challenge to help raise funds for life saving science.

Health board told by Welsh Government to hide cancer patients to fix waiting times targe

A bombshell ombudsman report has revealed the Welsh Government had instructed health boards to hide any patients referred to English hospitals so they were seen to report better in meeting their waiting time's target.

 

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