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New measures will be introduced from 6am on Boxing Day to help keep Wales safe. The measures are a revised version of alert level two to respond to the new omicron variant and are designed to help keep businesses open and trading and protect customers and staff. The regulations bring back protections in hospitality businesses, […]

Visitors to Ynysangharad War Memorial Park will notice works activity from early January – towards the refurbishment of the bandstand and sunken garden areas, and delivery of a new activity centre, throughout 2022. The significant £1.9m works will begin at the much-loved park in Pontypridd from Tuesday, January 4 (2022) – using funding secured from the […]

Council services across Wales are set to be boosted with a funding increase next year. The Welsh Government has today published its provisional local government settlement for 2022-23. Core revenue funding for local government will increase by 9.4% on a like-for-like basis, compared to the current year. No local authority will receive less than an […]

The Welsh Government is making £5.25m available to assist Wales’ arts organisations, museums, libraries and independent cinemas through the winter months. The purpose of this fund is to support organisations that are in genuine difficulty – at risk of closure or that jobs will be lost – unless further support is provided. This risk must […]

The Planning and Development Committee has granted Linc Cymru (Linc) full planning permission to build a brand new Extra Care facility in Porth – which will be located on the former Dan y Mynydd Care Home site. In a report to the Committee meeting on Thursday, December 16, Officers had recommended Linc’s application for approval. The application […]

Christmas cheer has been spread across the village of Cwmdare this year, with a host of activities taking place to help put a smile on the face of youngsters and their families. Determined Cwmdare4Cwmdare (C4C) members spent the past year working tirelessly to bring festivities to the village after local energy company, Pennant Walters donated […]

Rail passengers are being asked to check before they travel as Transport for Wales introduces an emergency rail timetable from Wednesday 22 December. This is to prepare for an expected rise in staff shortages due to the emergence of the Omicron variant of Covid-19 and to ensure the company can continue to provide a reliable […]

Social Care staff will receive the Real Living Wage in Wales as part of a package to support the sector.  A key pledge in the Programme for Government, the implementation of the Real Living Wage is the first step in to raising wages, esteem and recognising staff for their extraordinary contribution to the coronavirus pandemic. […]

Sporting events will be played behind closed doors from Boxing Day in Wales to help control the spread of the new omicron variant. Economy Minister Vaughan Gething announced the new measures for indoor and outdoor sporting events as the latest figures showed a further steep rise in the number of confirmed cases of the fast-moving […]

British Transport Police detectives are appealing for information after the death of a man on the railway in Cardiff. Shortly after 4pm on Sunday 19th December, officers were called to an area of railway near Parkfield Place, Mynachdy after reports of a casualty on the tracks. Officers attended, alongside colleagues from the ambulance and fire […]

LadBaby will attempt to make chart history for charity as they bid for their 4th Christmas No.1 with new single ‘Sausage Rolls for Everyone’. It wouldn’t be Christmas without LadBaby. Mark & Rox have conquered the charts for three years in a row, shooting straight to #1 with ‘We Built This City on Sausage Rolls’ (2018) , ‘I Love […]

Christmas Eve dubbed ‘Frantic Festive Friday’ with estimated 5.3m separate leisure trips by car planned, though one-in-ten won’t travel over pandemic concernsHope for fewer overall delays than normal, but M25, M40 and M60 could still see problems This Christmas could see the busiest getaway on the roads in five years with an estimated 27m trips […]