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Reallocation of service responsibilities - Cabinet. The chosen few why?

Council Leader Andrew Morgan has today reallocated service responsibilities within his Cabinet following the personal decision of Councillor Geraint Hopkins to step down from his Executive responsibilities earlier this week.

Road shut for 23 years for opencast mine may never fully re-open despite 'promise'

Village residents are "furious" a mining firm might not fully rebuild a road it "promised" to restore.

It makes more sense to redevelop the Valleys?

Now that the new year is upon us perhaps the Welsh Government could consider its policy on housing. Housing developments are springing up everywhere in the region, including, in Abergavenny, an application for 200 houses in the National Park on the slopes of the Deri, a foothill of the famous Sugarloaf.

How many thousand houses around Cardiff it is difficult to gauge. There is little or no infrastructure on these sites nor none planned. No new arterial roads or rail.

Improvements at A4059 Asda Roundabout again council taxpayer forking out again

The Council will start a significant scheme to improve traffic flow on the A4059 southbound approach to Asda Roundabout in the Cynon Valley. Most of the work will be undertaken at night, to extend and widen the approach lanes.

Flu is circulating

Flu is circulating in Wales and people are being urged to do what they can to limit the spread of this potentially fatal disease. This includes remembering to ‘catch it, bin it, kill it’ if they have symptoms of flu.

Bus and coach accessibility and the Public Service Vehicle Accessibility Regulations 2000

A question put to Rhondda Cynon Taf Council on Twitter: Will this new legislation be applied to RCTC school transport? Ministers give councils and schools go-ahead to breach bus discrimination law

 

Warning to farmers over illegal dumping of waste

Natural Resources Wales (NRW) is asking farmers and land owners to be aware of requests to store baled waste on their land.

It follows recent incidents where farmers across Wales have accepted waste for temporary storage.

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