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Tributes have been paid from all political figures and parties in Wales,following the death of the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip. Leading tributes here in Wales, the First Minister Mark Drakeford said:“It is with sadness that we mourn the death of His Royal Highness the Duke ofEdinburgh. Throughout his long and distinguished life, he served […]

Following the latest Welsh Government announcement, Rhondda Cynon Taf Council has confirmed that the National Lido of Wales, Lido Ponty will re-open on Saturday, May 1. The Lido suffered significant damage during Storm Dennis in February 2020, which brought widespread devastation to communities across Rhondda Cynon Taf during the worst flooding episodes in a generation.  […]

A man who punched a passenger at Taff’s Well railway station car park, has been sentenced, following a British Transport Police investigation. Craig Chambers, 47, of High street, Pontypridd, was found guilty of actual bodily harm and a section 4a public order offence at Cardiff Crown Court on 31 March. He was handed an 18-month […]

The Welsh Government will be accelerating elements of its programme to relax Covid-19 restrictions as cases of new infections continue to fall across Wales, the First Minister today announced. People will be able to form an extended household, visit the gym or take part in organised outdoor activities a week earlier than planned, as the public health situation – and vaccination rates […]

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council is asking residents to visit our wonderful high street businesses when COVID-19 restrictions allow as they launch their #ShopLocalRCT campaign – they are the heartbeat of our communities, have a unique and varied offer, and have recently made huge sacrifices to help us all stay safe. Since the start of the […]

Pontypridd Town Council have announced that they are to undertake the remedial work in Pontypridd Museum, which will be starting on Monday 12th April with a completion date of Monday 26th July 2021. The Museum has unfortunately been closed since February 2020 following substantial flood damage to the ground floor caused by Storm Dennis. All of the […]

The Moderna coronavirus vaccine is the third jab to be rolled out in the UK, alongside the Pfizer/BioNTech and Oxford University-AstraZeneca jabs. It will be administered to people in Wales from today.Here is what we know about the vaccine. How effective is it against coronavirus?The phase three results suggested vaccine efficacy against coronavirus was 94.1%, and vaccine efficacy against severe COVID-19 was […]

Around 120 people were fined over the bank holiday weekend as a minority of people continued to flout the rules with house parties and other coronavirus breaches. Despite a recent relaxation of the regulations which allow people to stay in self-contained holiday accommodation, travel anywhere within Wales, and meet up to six people from two […]

The third Covid-19 vaccine is being rolled-out across Wales from today with patients in Carmarthenshire becoming the first in the UK to receive it. The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) authorised the Moderna vaccine as safe and effective in January 2021 following stringent clinical trials. Supplies arrived in Wales yesterday (Tuesday 6 April) […]

Rival Welsh choirs and their fight to gain Queen Victoria’s royal seal approval is revealed in this enthralling new history book celebrating the rich culture of a “land of song”. “A Royal Choir For Wales” by historian Dean Powell gives a fascinating insight into how nineteenth-century Wales evolved to become a heartland of choral singing […]

People can now check whether their phone numbers are among the data stolen from more than 500 million Facebook users – including 11 million from the UK – and leaked online. Facebook has confirmed that the data is related to a historic breach related to a technical flaw the company “found and fixed” in August […]

Yahoo Answers is going to be shut down after more than 15 years of providing the web with hilarious content. The website is first slipping into read-only mode from 20 April, before being shut down entirely on 4 May – redirecting visitors to the Yahoo homepage instead.When the site disappears then all of its many […]