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Domestic abuse: seeking hidden crimes

Domestic abuse victims will likely contact a doctor before they contact the police. The BMA report Domestic Abuse outlines ways to identify these hidden crimes

Macmillan thanks patients for insight into cancer care


Dear Sir/Madam,

Macmillan thanks patients for insight into cancer care

A Skating Rink is coming to Market Street Car Park in Aberdare for Christmas week.

A Skating Rink is coming to Market Street Car Park in Aberdare for Christmas week.

The rink will be open at the following times:

Natural Resources Wales £4.2million boost for Welsh environment projects

Natural Resources Wales (NRW) is set to invest £4.2million in projects to improve the environment across Wales.

Ceri Davies, Executive Director for Knowledge, Strategy and Planning from NRW said:

Extension To Consultation Announced

The Council’s Cabinet today agreed to extend the consultation on changes to the funding of nursery and music education in the County Borough.

Response to RCT Council school music service cuts consultation

Today is the last day for responses to the consultation on proposals to make cuts to the schools music service in RCT.
This is the response submitted by RCT Welsh Liberal Democrats.

Mountain Ash Residents Protected With ASBO

A nuisance neighbour whose shouting, swearing, banging, arguing and noisy, badly-behaved visitors has affected the lives of other residents for years will have her behaviour curbed with an ASBO.

Dylan Launches New 'Buy Back' Scheme

A disabled schoolboy is the inspiration for Rhondda Cynon Taf Council’s innovative “We Buy Back” scheme to help others, by ensuring the re-use of specialist equipment.

Winter's Secret Friend - Darren

Meet Darren may not know this but Darren is a secret friend to all visitors and road users within Rhondda Cynon Taf.

Darren is the man in the gritting van that’s out and about 24/7 making sure our roads are safe when Jack Frost pays the County Borough a visit.

SNP, Plaid Cymru and the Greens: Austerity has Failed. Time for a New Approach to Politics.

Leanne, Sturgeon, Bennett

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood and leader of the Green party in England and Wales Natalie Bennett have today stated that all three parties will unite whenever possible to battle the Westminster parties’ obsession with austerity.