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Youth Celebration

Young people in Rhondda Cynon Taf have been recognised for their achievements throughout the year at the annual awards. The Council’s Youth Engagement and Participation Service held its annual Celebration Event at the Coliseum Theatre in Aberdare, with special guest Wales and British and Irish Lions rugby player Ken Owens. [… more]

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Care Closer to Home

The Welsh Government has confirmed how a £50m a year fund that supports joined-up working between health, social care, housing and the third sector will be used to deliver care closer to people’s home over the next 12 months. The fund is being targeted at delivering effective integrated and preventative [… more]

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Dangers of Carbon Monoxide

Time is running out for kids across the Valleys to enter a national competition to highlight the dangers of carbon monoxide (CO) – known as the ‘silent killer’ because you can’t see it, smell it or taste it. Children from across the area are being jointly urged by CBeebies TV [… more]

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Cardiff Central Robbery

Do you recognise these women pictured? The British Transport Police would like to speak with them in connection with a theft at Cardiff Central station. Around 12.10pm on Sunday 25 March, two women entered Marks and Spencer inside the station, where one of the women put four champagne bottles into [… more]

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Smoking Research

Tobacco control charity Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) Wales is supporting a submission to the UK Government warning that smoking on TV and in films encourages children to take up smoking. The submission to the Science and Technology Select Committee, sent jointly by ASH England and the UK Centre [… more]

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Trago Mills Opening

The first Trago Mills store in Wales opens near Merthyr this weekend (Saturday 9am). Expect extra traffic along the A470 and A465 near by. Here’s a message from Merthyr Council Leader Cllr Kevin O’Neill that was posted on social media earlier today. A message from Council Leader, Cllr Kevin O'Neill [… more]

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Improved Sanitary Provision

Rhondda Cynon Taf will become the first Council in Wales to introduce an improved and consistent approach to schools’ provision of free sanitary products for female learners – following Cabinet Members’ agreement. On Thursday, April 19, Cabinet agreed an implementation plan for the new measure, which will require all schools [… more]

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