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Nearly half of Welsh Councils deemed “biased” or at risk of controversial diversity teachings

The author of a landmark race report has said a “contentious interpretation of anti-racism, based on division, has taken hold” after a study found nearly half of Wales’ councils promote contentious diversity policies.

Statistics reveal huge number of absences in schools in Wales

New statistics show that a total of 62,921 children were absent from school for 40.5 days or more between September 2021 and July 2022.

UNICEF Rights Respecting Schools Award

Ty Gwyn Education Centre in Aberdare has achieved the UNICEF Rights Respecting Schools Silver Award – the only one in Wales. 

One week to go to the tax credits deadline – don’t miss out

The deadline for tax credits renewals is 31 July 2022. With just over a week to go, customers are being urged to renew their claim using HMRC's online services.

UK-wide Covid inquiry will not sufficiently scrutinise the actions of the Labour Government in Cardiff Bay? You got the same Government you voted for last 22 years so who is to blame?

Warning that Covid inquiry losing sight of devolution

Concerns have been reiterated by the Welsh Conservatives that a UK-wide Covid inquiry will not sufficiently scrutinise the actions of the Labour Government in Cardiff Bay after the Chair’s opening statement was revealed.

Welsh Labour’s healthcare failings forcing patients into debt

Labour’s failure to manage NHS waiting times is forcing people into debt, say the Welsh Conservatives following a report by the 

Innovation stories: Developing a rapid diagnostic tool testing for COVID-19 and beyond

A partnership project setup between Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board (CTMUHB), the University of South Wales, and Llusern Scientific, to rapidly diagnose a range of illnesses from Covid-19 to urinary tract infections using LAMP, a newly developed molecular technology.


Charity warns that nearly 1 in 2 people with cancer are now facing delays in vital treatments

Macmillan Cancer Support is warning cancer treatment waiting times in Wales have once again reached their lowest point since records began, with almost 50% of people with cancer facing worrying delays in their treatment.