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Rhondda Cynon Taf Council has provided an update on the further progress made so far in 2021 towards the Tylorstown Landslip Remediation Plan – which is illustrated by new drone footage showing the current appearance of the site. The landslip occurred on the Llanwonno hillside at Tylorstown during Storm Dennis in February 2020, when Rhondda […]

A survey released by Public Health Wales today (24/05/2021) has revealed that while people are now less concerned about catching Coronavirus and more likely to be vaccinated, many feel that their mental and physical health has worsened since the start of the pandemic. In results from the latest national public engagement survey, 42 per cent […]

Cwm Taf Morgannwg UHB is putting on extra clinics for people aged 40 and over to make sure nobody is left behind in its vaccination programme. Next week’s clinics at the Health Board’s community vaccination centres are for the over 40’s, who are yet to have their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine and do […]

Latest YouGov research (on behalf of the Welsh Government) shows that people across our Cwm Taf Morgannwg communities, which include Bridgend, Merthyr and Rhondda Cynon Taf, are getting used to turning to NHS 111 Wales online, or via the 111 phone line, as their first port of call when unwell.  This use of NHS 111 […]

As the first glimmer of light appears at the end of a long tunnel, Pontypridd RFC is hopeful for a resumption in the playing of rugby this summer following a year’s cessation due to the Covid-19 pandemic. An initial pre-season friendly fixture has been pencilled in for Saturday 31st July 2021 with Ponty hosting London Welsh […]

Cymru’s final preparations ahead of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup qualifying campaign will take place next month with a friendly against Scotland on Tuesday 15 June at Parc y Scarlets. The two teams last met in the 2017 Cyprus Cup, where Scotland won 6-5 on penalties after a goalless draw. The Scots, ranked 23rd […]

Community and voluntary organisations across RCT will thank local volunteers for giving their time with a series of events and activities between the 1st to 7th June to mark Volunteers’ Week. As an organisation that supports and places volunteers, Interlink RCT recognise the value of volunteering and the life changing opportunities it brings to individuals […]

Due to the on-going progressive steps being made in Rhondda Cynon Taf, three of the Council’s libraries have now reverted back to their original full-time opening hours, with other branches aiming to do so very soon. Aberdare, Treorchy and Pontypridd libraries have now all reverted back to their original opening hours as part of the […]

Police responding to large-scale ‘violent disorder’ in the Mayhill area of Swansea on Thursday night have asked people not to return the area. There will be a large-scale police presence in the area today after vehicles were set alight, houses damaged and police vehicles attacked. Investigations are now underway, and police say they will be […]

The rail network will be rebranded Great British Railways as part of a restructuring intended to simplify the organisational chaos of the franchise system and rebuild passenger numbers following COVID-19. A quarter of a century after British Rail was broken up and the network privatised, the new public body will subsume Network Rail’s responsibility for […]

Cynon Valley MP Beth Winter has welcomed the Policy in Practice report on expanding the provision of Free School Meals (FSM) in Wales commissioned by the Bevan Foundation and the Wales Anti-Poverty Coalition. The report concludes that extending FSM provision to children of all households receiving Universal Credit would increase the total cost by £10.5 […]

This week in Parliament Alex Davies-Jones MP raised her serious concerns about the impact that anti-social behaviour (ASB) is having on residents and communities across Pontypridd and Rhondda Cynon Taf. The debate in the House of Commons took place fresh off reports that violent crime on our streets has increased across every police force in […]