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13 hrs ago | Barryanddistrictnews.co.uk
THE Vale Council has announced a multi-million pound scheme to bring Barry Waterfront's grade II Listed Hydraulic Pumphouse back into use.
15 hrs ago | Barryanddistrictnews.co.uk
A POLL of more than 600 residents in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan has revealed strong opposition to Welsh Government plans for a merger of the two local authorities.
Temperatures reached between 23A AsC and 26A AsC today with the Met Office predicting the mercury rising to 27A AsC Beaches, country parks and other open air locations across Wales were packed today as temperatures hit between 23A AsC and 26A AsC and weather forecasters say more warm weather is on the way.
The plans would make it easier for social enterprises - organisations that aim tackle social problems, improve communities or the environment - to win Government contracts.
AN AWARD winning student - who was honoured earlier this year for his work with the Vale of Glamorgan Diabetes UK Patient Group - has been selected to spend a year studying at Yale University in the US.
WHETHER you're a seasoned walker or fancy an evening stroll with family and friends in beautiful surroundings, Walk 10 at Margam Park on August 16 is the perfect excuse to put on your walking shoes, pack a picnic and join the experience.
Penarth Pier is the toast of its peers after winning a best-of-the-year award following a A 4.2m refurbishment.
A RANGE of new experiences from foraging sessions to photography lessons will be available to visitors to the Glamorgan Heritage Coast this summer following the launch of six pilot activities created to increase the area's appeal as a tourist destination.
A HEAD teacher has hit out at 'unfair' funding which will result in staff being made redundant at his school this year.
Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan Community Health Council wants the region's health board to carry out a full scale review across its practices The Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan Community Health Council has urged the region's health board to undertake a full-scale review of the appointment procedures at all of its practices.
The Welsh Conservatives today launched a 10-point plan in a bid to boost the red meat industry in Wales.
LABOUR candidate for the Vale of Glamorgan Chris Elmore has slammed the Tory-led UK Government for its incompetence in rolling out the flagship Universal Credit scheme which has cost the taxpayer over A 600m without even being put into operation.
He will guide those who want to have a go but is also offering to draw free portraits of those who prefer to sit for the professional.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 08:52 am
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