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Carers Wales calls for action from council candidates to support struggling unpaid carers

Carers Wales is calling for action from council candidates as it launches its manifesto ahead of the local authority elections on May 5th. 

HMRC customers in Wales encouraged to check out financial support available to them

Customers in Wales are being encouraged to check online for the range of financial support available from HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) to help with living costs. HMRC has listed the support available in one place to ensure people are not missing out and can easily find out online if they are eligib

Lauren Edwards Takes Up Director of Therapies and Health Science Post at Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board

Lauren Edwards has this week taken up post as Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board’s (CTMUHB) new Director of Therapies and Health Science (DoTHS) following an external recruitment process.Lauren, who joined CTM as Deputy Director of Therapies and Health Science in November 2021, has been a mul

WelshLabour waste £200k on failed legal cases

The Labour Government in Cardiff is under attack from the Welsh Conservatives for squandering hundreds of thousands of taxpayers’ cash pursuing failed legal claims.A Freedom of Information request has exposed how Labour ministers spent £191,618 on three cases in the last five years,

Don't forget just how many libraries were closed by RCT Labour

Cwmbach Library is one of these closures Labour, then sold the land to build houses, none of the money from the sale was invested back into Cwmbach.Now the people of Cwmbach are fighting to keep the op/village hall, open when the money from the sale of the library could have or should have gone to a

A UNIFIED approach to optometry will be the future of eye-care in Wales.

Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board has been selected to pilot a new cluster programme focused on further strengthening primary eye care services nationally.With more than 30 years’ experience in the sector, former Southeast Wales Regional Optical Committee Chair Ian Jones has been selected to

Professional development programme to champion diverse voices within Wales’ literary culture launched by Literature Wales

 Literature Wales, the national company for the development of literature, launches the second round of its professional development programme for under-represented writers today, 11 April 2022.

How much longer do Cynon Valley residents have to put up with substandard Public Transport Services?

How is your bus service where you live? Judging by the amount of buses @StagecoachWales have cancelled throughout the Cynon Valley today, it's not surprising people are frustrated.

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