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2014/12/19 09:45
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DENBIGHSHIRE County Council is facing a crisis that could mean it is no longer viable. The stark warning came from the council’s chief executive, Mohammed Mehmet, as the council looks to make savings...
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2014/12/19 06:20
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A row has broken out over a decision to refurbish AMs’ Senedd work stations at a cost of nearly £320,000. The report reveals how the Assembly chamber, which opened in 2006, is to have new IT...
2014/12/18 19:20
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A vice-chancellor believes his university’s breakthrough into the UK’s top five for quality of research is a “game-changer” and will trigger newfound economic benefits. Professor Colin Riordan said...
2014/12/18 18:20
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Travellers at an unauthorised gypsy site in the Vale of Glamorgan have been told they can stay put - but only for three years. Councillors had previously refused planning permission for Patrick...
2014/12/18 18:20
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The number of patients spending more than 12 hours in Wales’ accident and emergency departments has hit record levels. According to new Welsh Government figures for November, more than 2,034 people...
2014/12/18 13:52
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First Minister of Wales Carwyn Jones has welcomed the Wales Bill receiving Royal Assent.. Now called the Wales Act 2014, it delivers new financial powers for Wales by:enabling the National Assembly...
2014/12/18 12:56
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How should housing associations respond to the tantalising prospect of freedom? In uncharted territory you need something to guide you. The Welsh Government has issued guidance on dealing with hate...
2014/12/18 11:55
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The four most significant moments of the year, as chosen by finance reporter Pete Apps A round-up of our coverage of the Lyons Housing Review, which was launched on today by Ed Miliband. Make sure...
2014/12/18 08:18
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Councils braced for more cuts Councils in England will today learn how much money they will receive next year to spend on local services. Ministers are to present the funding grants for 2015-16,...
2014/12/18 06:18
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THE merits and perils of e-cigarettes will come under scrutiny in a federal government discussion paper. E-CIGARETTES are battery-powered devices that produce vapour infused with potentially...
2014/12/17 19:20
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A Home Office inquiry into child sex abuse is to come to Wales in February and March. The Independent Panel Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse says it is planning to hold so-called “listening events” in...
2014/12/17 18:20
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Proceeds of crime hearings against three directors of a waste recycling company, convicted of breaching a permit, have been put off until the new year. Jacqueline Powell, 58, of Manor Way,...
2014/12/17 14:20
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The people of Wales must not be denied the chance to vote on whether the Assembly should gain income tax powers, opponents of a new referendum have been warned. The House of Commons has passed...
2014/12/17 13:52
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The Welsh Government is investing £8m in services to support older people and help maintain their independence across South East Wales, Health and Social Services Minister Mark Drakeford said. The...
2014/12/17 12:41
2014/12/17 12:41
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A KINMEL Bay beach has been left strewn with stones from flood-defence work earlier this year. The rocks were banked up as part of a £1.25 million scheme to protect the coastline but recent wind and...
2014/12/17 10:20
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The latest jobs figures show that Wales has the lowest employment rate and highest inactivity rate for people aged 16-64 in Great Britain. Figures for August to October show that 68.5% of this age...
2014/12/17 06:20
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More than 30,000 emergency calls were made by members of the public last year for minor illness like toothache, sore throats, coughs and colds, the deputy health minister has revealed. Vaughan...
2014/12/16 21:21
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Cardiff council is being urged spend more if it is going to catch driving offenders in the city centre. Cardiff council is the first authority outside London to be allowed to enforce moving traffic...
2014/12/16 19:20
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A council often seen as one of the most prosperous in Wales could become the first to implement a “child poverty and social mobility test” for all budget proposals. The opposition Labour group on...
2014/12/16 17:20
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More than two years after she was murdered, April Jones finally has a headstone where her parents can remember her. It is partly shaped like a teddy bear and features a verse in Welsh about a small,...
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