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A 10-year-old-boy has been killed in a dog attack near Caerphilly. Armed police were sent to an address in Pentwyn, Penyrheol, at 3.55pm on Monday, accompanied by paramedics from the Welsh Ambulance Service. They confirmed a child had died at the scene. The dog was destroyed by firearms officers and no other animals were involved. […]

The Rhydyfelin Community Group has created a cascading waterfall of poppies, flanked by the silhouettes representing the Fallen of the First and Second World Wars. The works have been created to mark Armistice Day 2021 and are proudly on display outside Rhydyfelin Community Centre. The silhouettes are the creation of retired labourer Michael Mottram. Councillor Maureen Webber, Rhondda Cynon Taf Council Deputy Leader and […]

More people in Wales are starting a new business venture and seizing the economic and lifestyle changes that have been driven by the Covid-19 pandemic, Economy Minister Vaughan Gething revealed today as Global Entrepreneurship week gets underway. Latest figures show that since March 2020, the Welsh Government’s Business Wales service has provided advice and guidance […]

The Welsh Government’s Business Wales Service, which provides impartial, independent support and advice to people starting, running and growing a business, has supported the creation of 25,000 jobs across Wales since 2016, Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething has revealed. The Minister said the creation of the 25,000 jobs in SMEs across Wales via the direct support […]

Tackling health inequalities and more help to help people quit are key parts of a new plan to make Wales smoke-free by the end of the decade. Deputy Minister for Wellbeing, Lynne Neagle has launched a consultation for the long term tobacco control strategy, A Smoke-free Wales. It will be open until January 31st. The […]

Pontypridd Foodbank has found a new permanent home, with the help of Rhondda Cynon Taf Council, from which it can continue its invaluable work helping people in need – making available a former day centre building which was no longer in use. The registered charity, which is part of the Trussell Trust Foodbank Network, aims […]

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council has secured £5.3m funding for its exciting plans to revitalise the Muni Arts Centre with Awen Cultural Trust.  Proposals to refurbish the much-loved Muni, and secure the building’s future in partnership with charitable organisation Awen, were approved by Cabinet Members in late 2019. The scheme aims to secure the Grade II […]

Staff and pupils gave a warm welcome to The Education Minister for Wales when he visited their schools in Tonyrefail and Hirwaun, to see the fantastic 21st Century Schools facilities delivered with Welsh Government support.  Jeremy Miles MS visited Tonyrefail Community School and Hirwaun Primary School on Thursday, November 4, where staff and pupils are now enjoying […]

Site activity at White Bridge (Berw Road Bridge) in Pontypridd is to start next week, as a works site is prepared for trial concrete repairs which will take place over two weeks of day-time works from November 15. The structure reopened to motorists, cyclists and pedestrians in September following initial scour repairs, resulting from damage […]

More than £170m extra a year is set to be invested in planned care across NHS Wales, Health Minister Eluned Morgan has announced at the inaugural Planned Care Summit. The Minister hopes the rallying cry and additional funds will ‘build a planned care system that is bigger, better and more effective than we have seen […]

More than 160 projects across Wales are set to receive a share of over £46 million investment to help people into work, boost productivity and deliver net zero, Levelling Up Secretary Michael Gove announced.    The Community Renewal Fund will pilot new programmes that invest in people, boost skills and support local business – to build more […]

As the world comes together at COP26, Cynon Valley residents are demanding grants to help people insulate their homes, affordable public transport, and a green jobs revolution to help fight climate change. The people of the Cynon Valley are ready to play their part but addressing the climate crisis is going to require a lot […]