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Flexible workers across Cardiff & Valleys to save 50% on the cost of train travel with new app

Arriva Trains Wales has launched a new money saving special offer, available through its unique Mobile Multi-Flex ticket app, which will benefit part-time and flexitime commuters across the Cardiff & Valleys region.

Hopes dashed of judicial review on hospital decision

Hospital campaigners hopes were dashed earlier this week when Rhondda based Judge Justice Wyn Williams, sitting at the civil court in Cardiff, turned down their application for a judicial review against Cwm Taf Community Health Council.

New Platforms for Pontypridd Station

From Sunday 14th December, the following changes will be taking effect:

Warning following report of lost medication: Aberdare

A health warning has been issued by South Wales Police following the report that a person lost their prescription medication on a bus on Thursday, 4 December.
Officers are concerned as the medication – which has not been recovered - can be harmful if taken without a prescription.

Rhondda AM determined to push Council mergers through

Rhondda's Labour Assembly Member Leighton Andrews has been stamping his feet and getting a bit red in the face this week as he has a tendency to do when he doesn't get his own way.

Plaid unveils business-boosting policies to support 'backbone of Welsh economy'

This afternoon, Plaid Cymru's Jonathan Edwards MP and Rhun ap Iorwerth AM will unveil two of the party's key Westminster election pledges putting Plaid Cymru firmly on the side of Welsh businesses.

Don't Be A Turkey This Christmas

Christmas is often a time of enjoying lots of food, drink and over indulgence – but it can become a festive period of unwanted illness or even food poisoning.

Plaid challenges Labour and Tories on fracking powers for Wales

In the Commons today, Plaid Cymru's Jonathan Edwards MP will challenge the Labour and the Conservative party to bring forward amendments to the Infrastructure Bill that would grant the Welsh Government power over fracking in Wales.

Nuisance calls taskforce report published

The government’s Nuisance Calls Taskforce formally set out its recommendations to help tackle the problem of unwanted calls and texts today.

School funding crisis must be tackled

Commenting on warnings from the Association of School and College Leaders Cymru that the average Welsh secondary school could soon face a funding shortfall of over £1million, Angela Burns AM, Shadow Minister for Education, said: