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BHF welcomes ruling for immediate improvement of UK air pollution levels

The British Heart Foundation has welcomed a legal ruling from the Court of Justice of the European Union ordering immediate action to cut air pollution levels in the UK which will protect the nation’s heart health.

Talks start on teachers’ pay

The Welsh Government has confirmed it is in talks about the possibility of devolving teachers’ pay and conditions.

Intimacy in care homes

Alzheimer's Society is calling for greater training and awareness among care home staff when it comes to sex and relationships.

The Mayor's Week, November 9-15

Rhondda Cynon Taf’s Mayor joined citizens from across the county borough during his civic week November 9-15, to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom.

FUW Christmas card boost for charities

The Farmers' Union of Wales president's chosen charities - Tŷ Hafan and Tŷ Gobaith children's hospices - will be the big winners thanks to the union's annual children's competition to design a Christmas card with a farming theme that once again attracted hundreds of entries.

Road Safety Week continues

Road Safety Week continues in Rhondda Cynon Taf, with pupils from across the County Borough getting involved in the awareness-raising issues - and helping the public, too!

Hospital meals for just £1.34

There is considerable variation in the value of patient meals in Welsh hospitals, with some meals costing less than £1.50, according to figures exposed by the Welsh Conservatives today.

Multiple awards for Cwm Taf’s nurses at

Cwm Taf University Health Board is celebrating the recognition of its nursing staff at the Royal College of Nursing in Wales Awards ceremony held on Wednesday, November 19th 2014.

Nurses from the University Health Board excelled in each of the five categories:

Swim Coach Haller gets UK recognition

Legendary swimming coach Dave Haller was recognised for his lifetime achievements in sport at the UK Coaching Awards last night (Wednesday 19th November).

People with diabetes not allowed vital prescriptions

People with diabetes are being denied the opportunity to effectively monitor their blood glucose levels because their prescriptions for test strips are being restricted, according to a new survey by Diabetes UK.