NUT echoes Welsh Conservative calls for a delay to the school...

Commenting on the calls from the NUT to delay the school curriculum overhaul in Wales – a move which has been called for by...

Health board in special measures failing to tackle ‘institutional abuse’

Complaints made against the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board have highlighted concerns over ongoing abuse and violence occurring in mental health wards of the...

Over £1m claimed for daily commute by Cardiff Council staff

Data obtained by the Welsh Conservatives has revealed the substantial sums reimbursed to Cardiff Council Officers for their commutes.   A total of £1,095,587.50 was...

FOUR REGIONS IN ONE DAY – COVERED (scroll down for match...

Judgement Day fans will be able to buy bespoke programmes relating to the team of their choice at Principality Stadium on Saturday with organisers...

CETMA LAUNCH NEW PROJECT FOR CRAFT AND SPECIALITY FOOD BUSINESSES

Carmarthenshire Rural Net.Works: support for arts, crafts, gifts & alternative food sectors. Local organisation CETMA has had a very busy week with...

Pupils’ plea to dog owners to clean up

CHILDREN at a Carmarthen school are appealing to dog owners to please clean up after their pets.   Pupils at Richmond Park School are fed-up of...

Appeal for Easter Eggs gets cracking response

A simple appeal for Easter Eggs from Action for Children to distribute to services helping children and their families in South Wales has produced...

Briton Ferry POPS project boosted by Tata Steel £2k donation

Action for Children’s Positive Outcome Play Services project (POPS) service in Briton Ferry has been boosted by a donation of £2100 from Tata Steel. POPS...

Good Friday action for Wales’ professional clubs and players

Good Friday always means a great day of Rugby League action and 2017 is no different with big games in both South and North...

Putting power back in local hands: A Welsh Conservative Plan for...

Welsh Conservatives are today launching their manifesto for the local government elections, including a six-point-plan for a Wales that works for everyone.   The manifesto...

Children complain of being ‘invisible’ as thousands are counselled for loneliness

•               Over 4,000 young people were counselled for loneliness in 2016/17 •               Reasons for children feeling lonely are a combination of online and offline issues...

Mcnicholl looking forward to Judgement Day debut

Scarlets fullback Johnny Mcnicholl will make his Prcinipality Stadium debut this weekend against Newport Gwent Dragons in Judgement Day V and says he’s thrilled...

At the launch of the Welsh Liberal Democrats’ election campaign in...

“Our politics has never been more divided than it is today. The future of our country, communities and economy remain deeply uncertain. “These elections offer...

VisitBritain launches legendary tourism campaign in run-up to King Arthur: Legend...

In the run-up to the release of the action adventure film King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, in cinemas this May from Warner Bros....

New pilot targets early cancer diagnosis

Cancer experts are set to pilot a new initiative aimed at improving cancer diagnosis waits in Wales.   A new pilot in the Cynon Valley...

Savings limit for residential care in Wales to be ‘phased in’

Changes allowing people to keep more of their savings when they move into residential care will be ‘phased in’ over several years.   Whilst the additional...

Côr Cymru 2017

Côr Merched Sir Gar have won the prestigious Côr Cymru 2017 competition. The girls will represent Wales in the Eurovision Choir of the Year 2017...

New curriculum must be used to develop emotional resilience of Welsh...

Figures revealing increasing numbers of young people seeking help for depression highlight the need for a renewed focus on developing the ‘emotional resilience’ of...

Gender pay gap reporting is bound to fail to boost gender...

Gender pay gap reporting is only one part of the puzzle, and more needs to be done to address wider issues such as gender...

DOUBLE CENTURIAN KEN CELEBRTATES WITH A BONUS POINT

With just one home game remaining for this season the Scarlets continue in their quest to reach the play-offs as a sunny welcome awaits...

Pan-Wales Skills for Living scheme launches at North Wales conference

A new and exciting support service for care leavers funded by Welsh Government through the Sustainable Social Services Grant, Skills for Living, has officially...

JUDGEMENT DAY V AND WRU FINALS DAY

With just over one week to go until Wales’ rugby regions meet for the annual double-header at Principality Stadium, the media accreditation process for...

Clusters season launch, Caernarfon RFC

Summer rugby for girls kicks off again around Wales this month after last year's pilot proved a huge success.  More than 2000 girls in the...

Run the Swansea Half Marathon for Action for Children

Action for Children is looking for runners to join its Swansea half marathon team ahead of the prestigious event taking place in the city...

Swansea Stepping Stones project marks world autism awareness week

Children from Action for Children’s Swansea Stepping Stones project have released hundreds of pink and purple balloons in a city wide World Autism Awareness...

McBryde: JDV could be final trial for Wales tour

Wales coach Robin McBryde believes the upcoming Judgement Day can serve as a final trial match before he selects his national squad for what...

JDV A BUZZ FOR ALL – player and coach quotes/video

Players want to play in it and coaches want to be a part of it’ - says Kingsley Jones in summing up the Judgement Day experience as...

Action for Children conference tackles adverse children experiences

Action for Children has held a conference in North Wales (Thursday 6th April) to highlight the effects of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) in light...

Planning permission granted for Tywi Valley Path

PLANNING permission has been granted for the first section of the Tywi Valley Path.   The ambitious project is for a walking and cycling path between...

Mark Reckless AM to join Welsh Conservative Group in the Senedd

Mark Reckless AM is to join the Welsh Conservative Group in the National Assembly for Wales. The addition of Mr Reckless – who was elected as...

“We won’t be taking Treviso lightly,” says Parkes

Scarlets midfielder Hadleigh Parkes believes his side will need to be wary of the challenge posed by Benetton Rugby as the Italians head to...

West is best for prop Evans

Scarlets and Wales loosehead prop Rob Evans is the latest homegrown talent to commit his future to the region.   Evans, 24, has put pen to...

New venues confirmed for Day One of U18 International Series

Day One of the 2017 U18 International Series will now be held at Taffs Well RFC and the BT Sport Cardiff Arms Park, the...

Easter egg hunt at Carmarthen Market

Children are being urged to head down to Carmarthen Indoor Market this Easter for an egg-stra special treat. An Easter egg hunt has been organised...

Family fun day in support of autism awareness

Carmarthenshire County Council is hosting a family fun day in support of autism awareness. The event is being organised by Tim Camau Bach, a...

More than a third of Welsh school teachers plan to quit...

More than a third (33.6%) of Welsh school teachers plan to quit the profession within the next three years, according to the findings of...

Welsh Government accepts Kancoat recommendations

Labour Ministers have accepted recommendations made in a highly critical report by AMs which looked into a £3m investment in a Swansea company.   Steel-coating...

Residents being asked to pay more for less as council tax...

Local authorities are reaching ‘crisis point’ due to chronic underfunding by the Welsh Government, with council taxpayers now being asked to pay more for...

Andrew RT Davies: Is Sport Wales still “fit for purpose?”

Serious questions have been raised over the Welsh Government’s decision to sack the former Chair of Sport Wales, and whether the publicly funded body...

Wales Rugby League World Cup team

Wales Rugby League’s senior team’s preparation for the 2017 Rugby League World Cup in Australia has been given a significant boost by Sport Wales...

Fall in Sterling boosts Welsh Tourism

New figures have revealed a 36.6% rise in the number of tourism day visits to Wales in 2016, benefiting from Sterling’s comparatively low value.   According...

Zipwire challenge for charity!

Age Cymru Sir Gâr is raising funds to help the charity help to support Carmarthenshire’s older residents by challenging people to do the Velocity...

Report “casts serious doubt” over Welsh Labour’s 30-hour childcare promise, says...

A charity representing day nurseries has today published a report which “casts serious doubt” over the Welsh Labour Government’s ability to deliver on its...

Blazing the James Braid Trail!

Neath Golf Club has led the way in developing and promoting the new James Braid Golf Trail. The purpose of the trail is to...

Number of groomers meeting children rises across Wales

Victory for NSPCC’s #FlawintheLaw campaign for anti-grooming laws Tougher legislation to protect children online comes into force today It comes as police figures show offences...

NHS can “no longer be used as buffet cart”, says AM,...

On the day the Welsh Government’s universal free prescriptions policy reaches its 10th anniversary, Welsh Conservatives are calling on Labour Ministers to move towards...

National Pet Month

April 1st to May1st 2017 is National Pet month here is some advice from PC Dave white  Community Safety Officer from Dyfed Powys Police...

Great Repeal Bill sets UK on path to becoming an “independent,...

The Great Repeal Bill, unveiled by the UK Government today, sets the UK on the path to becoming an independent, sovereign nation again –...

KEEP WALES TIDY AND RELATED EVENTS IN APRIL 2017 (CARMARTHENSHIRE)

Date: 31st March. Event type: Cleanup. Location: Burry Port. Meeting point: Car park behind the Neptune. Map link: https://drive.google.com/open?id=17s_OW-dusigZVgIPE9fAEqaIL1w&usp=sharing Time: 10am – 12pm. Bring along (if possible): Gloves, hi...

Rural school closures have “ripped heart out of communities”, says AM

School closures have “damaged the economy of rural Wales” and “ripped the heart from local communities”, according to an Assembly Member. The statement – from...

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