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Rhondda Cynon Taf Council’s replacement of St Alban’s Bridge in Blaenrhondda has won a prestigious accolade from the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) – while repairs to the M&S Bridge in Pontypridd were also highly commended. The annual ICE Wales Cymru Awards recognise the delivery of the best civil engineering projects across the country, with […]

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council has started work to deliver a Welsh Government-funded drainage scheme near Heath Terrace and Llanwonno Road in Ynyshir – to upgrade a culvert inlet and increase its resilience during heavy rainfall. The scheme started on site from Monday, November 29, utilising £127,500 secured from Welsh Government through funding available for small-scale drainage works […]

Craig Revel Horwood and Rietta Austin are set to join the race for the UK’s Christmas #1 with their brilliant new single, It’s Christmas, Merry Christmas!, out December 2nd. The song marks the first time Strictly judge and dancer extraordinaire Craig Revel Horwood has released music and he has partnered with his best friend – singer Rietta […]

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council has announced that there will once again be FREE festive parking from 10am each day will return to Aberdare and Pontypridd this December, as they encourage residents to Shop Local this Christmas in support of our high street traders. For the eighth successive year, parking charges will be ceased for the […]

Motion to Plaid Cymru conference passes with an overwhelming majority of 94% Plaid Cymru members vote to ratify Co-operation Agreement with Welsh Government. Motion to Plaid Cymru conference passes with an overwhelming majority in favour. Plaid Cymru members have overwhelmingly approved the Co-Operation Agreement, with 94% voting in favour. Plaid Cymru members had been given […]

South Wales Police officers in Mountain Ash have once again been given extra powers to deal with youths causing anti-social behaviour this weekend. The decision has been made following a series of incidents on the town earlier this month which caused concern among residents and local businesses. The dispersal order, which is granted under the […]

Detectives investigating the death of 65-year-old June Fox-Roberts have charged a man from Pontypridd with murder. Luke Deeley, 25, of Pontypridd will appear before Merthyr Magistrates’ Court on Friday November 26, 2021. Senior Investigating Officer Detective Superintendent Darren George said: “I would again like to offer my personal thanks to the local community for their […]

A Family Drug and Alcohol Court pilot has been launched in Wales offering an alternative family court for children’s care and help keep families together. Welsh Government has provided £450,000 to support the pilot programme over a two year period. The Family Drug and Alcohol Court will offer an alternative approach to families where there […]

Cwm Taf Morgannwg UHB has vaccinated its 100,000 patient with the booster vaccine yesterday at the Community Vaccination Centre in Rhondda Cynon Taf. CTM UHB began its COVID-19 Booster campaign on 27th September 2021, enabling more people to maintain protection ahead of the winter months. This is part of the wider vaccination programme which CTM […]

Detectives investigating the murder of June Fox-Roberts in Llantwit Fadre have secured a warrant for further detention of the 25 year-old man arrested on suspicion of her murder. Senior Investigating Officer Detective Superintendent Darren George, said: “The investigation into the murder of June Fox-Roberts is continuing. I have a team of over 50 detectives working […]

Storm Arwen is set to move in across the UK bringing with it 75mph winds and warnings of travel disruption and damage to buildings. The Met Office has issued an amber wind warning for parts of northeast England and Scotland from Friday afternoon until Saturday morning. Flying debris leading to injuries or danger to life […]

Cardiff Central railway station remained the most used station across Wales during a year that saw Britain’s passenger usage drop 78% compared to the previous year. This was the lowest level of journeys seen since at least before 1872 and is a result of the pandemic. The numbers are revealed in the Office of Rail […]