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Covid-19: ‘Welsh Government has finally listened to our call to better support social care staff, but it must go further’

The Shadow Social Care Minister – Janet Finch-Saunders AM – has welcomed the announcement today (May 1) by the Welsh Government that it will give a £500 bonus to

Window of gratitude to the NHS

Local business man, Richard Geleta, has donated a magnificent stain glass window to the staff of Princess of Wales Hospital, Bridgend.

Covid-19: Shadow Transport Minister praises roads construction staff

The Shadow Transport Minister – Russell George AM – has today (April 30) added his voice to the appreciation of all involved in maintaining and developing critical roads infrastructure i

Virtual offer for young people ever increasing via YEPS service

The Council’s Youth Engagement and Participation Service (YEPS) continues to expand its daily activity and support for young people – from virtual youth clubs to Zoom challenges, Instant Messaging sessions and online activities. 

Spring Update on Maternity Services and Targeted Intervention - Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board

Today marks one year since I published the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and the Royal College of Midwives joint report, following their review of maternity services at the former Cwm Taf University Health Board.

Cannabis factory found in back lane: Church Village

Over 200 cannabis plants have been discovered at a building in Church Village. 
The plants were found on Tuesday, 28 April, after two police officers followed their sense of smell as they patrolled in the area.

Covid-19: Leader of the Opposition tackles Drakeford the First Minister over the ‘national embarrassment’ of unreported deaths

In the virtual Plenary session today (April 29), Paul Davies AM – the Leader of the Opposition – grilled the First Minister over one of the most concerning aspects t

Covid-19: Shock at Health Welsh Minister’s refusal to expand Coronavirus testing for all care home residents

Janet Finch-Saunders, the Shadow Social Minister, has reacted with shock at the announcement today (April 29) that the Minster for Health has refused to expand Cov

Cocaine seized after a police stop in Rhondda

Police seized cocaine from a man in Tonyrefail on Friday (24 April, 2020).
Two eagle-eyed officers spotted the driver of a black Corsa acting suspiciously he drove through Gilfach Goch at approximately 6pm.

Covid-19: Welsh Conservatives call for increased support for bus companies

Information obtained by the Welsh Conservatives suggests that bus companies and the routes they operate are under threat as a specific grant for bus services in Wales to help them through the Covid19 pandemic has not been passed on by Welsh Government.