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Smacking ban: ‘The state should not be telling people how to parent’

The message today (January 21) from Janet Finch-Saunders on the controversial Smacking Ban Bill was clear:

“The state should not be telling people how to parent.”

Public consultation - improving transport links between Aberdare and Merthyr Tydfil

Cynon Valley needs better public transport throughout the valley and a direct bus route to Cardiff and Swansea, Merthyr and Rhondda have direct bus service to Cardiff.

Ford Bridgend: reasons for optimism over automotive sector in South Wales

Commenting on the report that staff have started leaving the Bridgend Ford engine plant – due to close when production of the marque’s Sigma engines ceases later this year – Shadow Minister for Business and the Economy Russell George said:

New poll shows smacking ban is ineffective in New Zealand

Darren Millar AM calls on Welsh Government to scrap plans for this unpopular law.

“A Remarkable Range of Voices” investing in new writing and literary talent from Wales

Literature Wales has today announced its investment in diverse and innovative literary voices with its list of the 2020 Writers’ Bursaries and Mentoring Scheme recipients.

Site clearance work in Robertstown as part of modern units scheme

The Council will undertake a week-long project to clear a strategic site in Robertstown, having previously secured European funding to develop new modern business accommodation for the area.

(PENYCOEDCAE ROAD, PENYCOEDCAE) (TEMPORARY CLOSURE) ORDER 2020

RHONDDA CYNON TAFF COUNTY BOROUGH COUNCIL

(PENYCOEDCAE ROAD, PENYCOEDCAE) (TEMPORARY CLOSURE) ORDER 2020

 

Women and Families in the Miners’ Strike, 1984-5

Community Dinners at the Cynon Valley Museum 

 

1 Feb, 18 Feb, 21 March, 15 April 2020. 

1.00pm – 2.30pm. 

 

Free buffet dinner, short talks, activities for children, all welcome! 

 

PROGRAMME OF EVENTS 

 

Almost 3 in 4 people in Wales ‘quit their 2019 health kick’

Our new poll reveals why fad diets should be avoided in 2020

-Almost half of the population in Wales say they plan on going on a diet in January 2020

-Diabetes UK urge public to avoid fad diets and to approach a healthy lifestyle in a sustainable way

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