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Get An Affordable Computer Thanks To Microsoft

There’s now an easier way than ever to start using the internet with your ready-to-go, very affordable computer.

Residents on certain benefits can get a refurbished computer thanks to a digital inclusion scheme backed by Microsoft.

Auditing bodies unite to produce good practice guide on whistleblowing

A good practice guide for workers and employers of the public sector has been produced jointly by the four supreme audit agencies of the UK, including the Wales Audit Office.

Update Right of Way at Ynys Fields and Aberdare Canal Head

We know quite a few people have shown concerns over the blocked Right of Way at the Ynys fields.

An update from Rhondda Cynon Taf Council explains that the problem was found to be that a non-return valve had failed in one of the water pumps but this has been rectified.

Stroke patients benefit from new community support service at Cwm Taf University Health Board

The Deputy Minister for Health, Vaughan Gething, visited Prince Charles Hospital today (November 24) to launch the second all-Wales Stroke Annual Report.

Council mergers: Labour plucks another number out of ‘thin air’

Commenting on latest comments made by Labour’s public services minister this week, ahead of Friday’s voluntary merger deadline – in which he told the BBC that senior Labour figures would like to see ‘six’ councils in Wales – Welsh Conservative Shadow Minister for Local Government, Janet Finch-Sau

First Flood Alleviation Scheme Storms to Completion!

First of four schemes storms to completion thanks to £2.5M flood alleviation funding secured by Rhondda Cynon Taf Council from the Capital Fund, the European Regional Development Fund and Welsh Government’s Flood Risk Management Grant.

Help us train Wales' schoolchildren to become lifesavers

FAMILY members are being urged to help schoolchildren become lifesavers by making a donation to St John Cymru Wales next week.

Flat fire: Pontypridd

Police in Pontypridd are appealing for information following a suspicious fire in a block of flats on Friday morning (21 November).
At around 7am a fire broke out in a stairwell in Pavia Court – a block of flats off Graigwen Road, Pontypridd.

Pilot programme of training, development and support for under-represented groups in public appointments

The Welsh Government believes that public bodies should have board members who reflect Welsh society – people from all walks of life – to help them understand people’s needs and make better decisions. Boards should, as far as possible, be representative of the communities they serve.

New bid for health impact assessments

BMA Cymru Wales has called for the introduction of statutory health impact assessments as part of a new bill streamlining planning laws.