South Wales Echo letters: Thursday, April 17, 2014
The Fairwater meeting strongly expressed the distrust felt widely against Cardiff's draft LDP .
Hundreds pay tribute in outpouring of grief for teen who 'endured years of bullying'
'In your language they were easy meat but serious psychological harm was done': Judge jails rogue traders for scamming vulnerable A woman tried to kill herself, another took out loans she couldn't afford and a pensioner was only stopped from emptying his savings account by vigilant bank staff after each was targeted by rogue doorstep traders.
Young and old protest while 1,000-strong petition against school...
A 1,000-signature petition against secondary school catchment changes was submitted to Rhondda Cynon Taf council last week as parents and pupils made their voices heard at the Clydach Vale offices.
Town council expresses interest in taking over under-threat Muni
Pontypridd Town Council has expressed an interest in taking over the running of the under-threat Muni Arts Centre, its chief executive has confirmed.
Cllr Mike Powell's response to Council's Phase 2 cuts
I fully endorse the consultation response submitted on behalf of RCT Welsh Liberal Democrats to the Phase 2 proposals, and would just add the following comments: Once again I can see no reason for the piecemeal approach that has been taken to the whole budget setting process, and am still of the firm opinion that there are other non front line ... (more)