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Everyone living or working in Lower Cynon Valley will be offered a coronavirus test, becoming the second area in Wales to introduce mass testing, following Merthyr Tydfil. All residents and workers without symptoms will be offered repeat coronavirus testing between Saturday 5th December and Sunday 20th December, to help find more positive cases and break the chains […]

Friday 27th November, the Leader of Plaid Cymru Adam Price MS visited the Pontypridd constituency to hear directly from businesses, organisations, and residents about the challenges they have faced this year in light of both the floods and COVID-19.  He was be joined by Heledd Fychan, Councillor for Pontypridd Town ward, and the Plaid Cymru […]

Sir Philip Green’s retail empire is facing collapse within days, putting 15,000 jobs at risk and bringing the curtain down on the high street career of one of Britain’s most controversial businessmen. Sky News has learnt that Arcadia Group – which owns TopShop, Burton and Dorothy Perkins – is preparing to appoint administrators from Deloitte […]

s bargain hunters face a somewhat different Black Friday experience this year, shoppers are being warned that online deals may not be as good as they first think. Black Friday is traditionally the day after Thanksgiving in the US and sees stores slash prices on electronics and clothes – encouraging shoppers to kick off their […]

Low carbon housing, retrofitting to improve energy efficiency and training opportunities for prisoners will feature in projects receiving funding to create affordable homes for the future. The Welsh Government’s Innovative Housing Programme funding is focused on Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) this year, in particular using Welsh timber and supply chains to support our green […]

The South East Wales Transport Commission has today (26 November) published its final recommendations. The Commission was established to recommend ways to reduce congestion on the M4 motorway without building a new relief road around Newport. Their main proposal is for a ‘Network of Alternatives’, providing a comprehensive and coordinated public transport alternative to the […]

Tenovus Cancer Care have got loads of exciting activities for people to take part in over the festive season to help raise some much needed funds to keep their cancer support services helping those that need us most! Jingle Bell Jog This is a great opportunity for anyone including families to take part in this […]

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council’s Santa Appeal 2020 will remain OPEN for an extra week as the pledges continue to come in, bringing some festive cheer to the children of Rhondda Cynon Taf this Christmas. The annual Santa Appeal is always a huge success, with thousands of new toys donated to ensure no child misses out […]

The recycling rate for Wales has reached a record high, with the country as a whole exceeding the latest recycling target and achieving 65.14% for 2019/20, according to statistics published today. 2019/20 is the first year of the 64% statutory recycling target rate, having previously been at 58% since 2015/16. The breakdown by Local Authority […]

Mick Antoniw, Member of Senedd for Pontypridd, and MP for Pontypridd Alex Davies-Jones have launched a report which they say is a ‘blueprint for flood recovery’ to help the residents and businesses still struggling nine months after devastating floods hit the Taff valley following Storm Dennis in February this year. The MS and MP highlight […]

Actor, comedian and writer Matt Lucas has today released a special Christmas charity single on November 26th, ‘Merry Christmas, Baked Potato’, with all proceeds going to Fareshare. Written by Matt and produced by Tony-nominated Kevan Frost, ‘Merry Christmas, Baked Potato’ – inspired by his book of the same name – is a sure fire festive hit that Matt hopes will raise […]

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has told MPs that the UK economy is forecast to have suffered the largest fall in output for more than 300 years as a result of the coronavirus crisis. As he set out his one-year spending review to the House of Commons, Mr Sunak told MPs the Office for Budget Responsibility had […]