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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

RCTC Capital Programme for Highways Projects in 2022/23 Not Going To Get Far With Just £1.5m allocated for the Cynon Gateway North

Cabinet Members have agreed a £26.365m Capital Programme for Highways, Transportation and Strategic Projects in 2022/23 – to further invest in these priority areas, while continuing to maximise external funding opportunities. A report to Cabinet on Monday, March 21, proposed capital allocations of £

Post Office card accounts: switch now, says HMRC

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is warning Post Office card account holders, who receive HMRC-related payments, that time is running out – with just two weeks left to switch their accounts.

Labour’s record leading to “dentistry desert” in parts of Wales

The Leader of the Opposition today slammed Labour’s record on dentistry as funding levels remain below other parts of the UK.Questioning the First Minister today, Andrew RT Davies MS highlighted concerns that many in the dentistry sector have regarding the canyon between per head spend between Wales

Organisations come together to help people live well for less

With cost-of-living increases hitting record levels and more families finding themselves livingin fuel poverty, a charity based in Aberdare is aiming to help people live well for lessthrough a series of information roadshows.

Lifesaving Equipment Installed For Community

A new lifesaving defibrillator unit has been fitted to the exterior of the Coliseum Theatre, for the benefit of the whole community as well as theatre visitors.Funded by the Council’s Arts Service, the installation took place during National Heart Month, a national awareness campaign in the fight ag

Pregnancy loss charity, CRADLE, to launch first Welsh partnership alongside Tilbury Douglas at Prince Charles Hospital, Merthyr Tydfil

As the lead contractor on the £130 million refurbishment of the Prince Charles Hospital in Merthyr Tydfil, Tilbury Douglas, a leading UK building, infrastructure, engineering and fitout company, has partnered with CRADLE to launch the first CRADLE pregnancy loss service in Wales at the Prince Charle

Have you seen Suzie-Ann?

Suzie-Ann, 14, from Rhydyfelin, was last seen at around 9.30am this morning in the Rhydyfelin area.Suzie-Ann is described as 5ft 7in tall, of slim build with long dark straight hair and was last seen wearing blue jeans, a black hooded top and a black jacket.Anyone who may have seen her, or who may h

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