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Thousands of families in Wales can receive help towards Easter childcare costs

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is reminding working parents in Wales to not miss out on the opportunity to get up to £2,000 a year to pay for regulated childcare, including holiday clubs and other out-of-school activities, during the Easter holidays.

Pentre man who defecated in garden before burgling house has been jailed

A burglar who defecated in the back garden of a victim’s house before leaving trail of excrement inside the address has been jailed for 5 years and 10 months.Zac Tranter, 49, from Pentre, prized open a window with a screw driver, and stole a wallet and a phone from inside the house in Crayshaw Road,

Leading diabetes charity looking for people in Wales to get on their bike this spring

People in Wales are being asked to saddle up for a cycling challenge that will raise vital funds for Diabetes UK this spring.

Section 19 report, Flood and Water Management Act 2010 – Ynyshir

The Council has published its eleventh report under Section 19 of the Flood and Water Management Act 2010 following Storm Dennis.

Aberdare Festival is back

Aberdare Festival is back – with a two-day extravaganza to celebrate its 2022 return!The ever-popular event in Aberdare Park has been extended this year to include celebrations for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.Free family fun and entertainment, as well as a funfair, food stalls and live entertainmen

Cwm Taf Water Supply Strategy

Thank you for visiting our page outlining the emerging plans for future-proofing our supply of water to our customers across Merthyr Tydfil and the surrounding areas.

Charity warns that performance is the lowest on record since new national cancer treatment targets began

Macmillan Cancer Support is warning that performance against Wales’ national cancer treatment times targets has fallen to its lowest point since records began.The charity says that more people are now facing delays in receiving their life saving cancer treatments than ever before.

Wife of welsh stroke survivor happy to see Emmerdale take on challenging stroke storyline

Mountain Ash Grandfather waits 13 hours for ambulance after stroke Goatley, 41 years old from Llansamlet, Wales had a stroke in October 2014.

Labour Health Minister needs sort-out Crippling NHS waiting lists that are breaking all the wrong records – again

Labour health minister needs to move up a gear to tackle record-long NHS waiting lists, while A&E and amber-call ambulance waits worsen too.Latest Welsh NHS data for January showed the highest ever number of patients waiting for treatment with 688,836 on patient pathways – over 5,000 more than t

Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board transforming our Outpatient Services to improve access but will this bring down waiting lists?

We are transforming our Outpatient Services to improve access and the health of our communities in CTM.In order to give patients more control over their own care, free up capacity to see patients when they most need to be seen, and reduce the number of appointments which do not add clinical benefit