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10th October 2019
The stigma of Mental Health

As World Mental Health Day 2019 takes place, a new survey has revealed the extent of addiction stigma in 2019 - the year that saw record numbers of drugs deaths across the UK¹. The research, carried out by profit-for-purpose insight and marketing agency NGI Solutions, in partnership with QuMind.co.uk, found that public opinion varied greatly […]

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10th October 2019
Three groups scoop £5,000 as part of leading house builders charity campaign

Three South Wales groups have scooped £5,000 each as part of a leading housebuilder’s hugely successful charity campaign supporting under-18s. Persimmon Homes has handed out more than £1,000,000 in cash prizes to organisations across England, Scotland and Wales as a part of its Building Futures campaign, supporting three categories: sport, education & arts and health. […]

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9th October 2019
Ground-breaking fingerprint technology deployed across two welsh police forces

South Wales Police & Gwent Police become the first welsh forces to use mobile fingerprint technology on the streets Police have the powers to take fingerprints to confirm the identity of a suspect. This month, South Wales Police and Gwent Police will be piloting new technology which will enable officers to take and search a […]

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8th October 2019
Detailed plans for a new high school in Barry have been revealed

Detailed plans for a £34.7m new high school in Barry have been revealed. Vale of Glamorgan Council wants to completely rebuild Pendcoedtre High School and eventually cater for up to 1,250 pupils by 2026. The new school campus would have a three-storey main building with a dining hall, main hall and courtyard, a sixth form […]

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8th October 2019
Cadoxton Primary school scoops Leadership Award

Cadoxton Primary School has won the Inspiring Great Leadership Organisational Award at the 2019 Leading Wales Awards in Cardiff. The school beat off stiff competition from Bridgend College, Do Digital Realities and Orbis Education & Care to claim the prize, with judges describing it as ‘simply outstanding’. The accolade can go to an organisation from […]

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8th October 2019
Breast cancer patients make a splash thanks to free swim sessions

The Breast Centre at University Hospital Llandough will soon be offering swim and exercise sessions free of charge for those who have been through surgery for breast cancer at Splash Central, Cardiff. Victoria Collins, Senior Physiotherapist had the idea to provide a private swim session for patients who had had a mastectomy, giving them the […]

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8th October 2019
Former St Cyres pupil terrified by IS fighter classmate

Following reports that Aseel Muthana, a terrorist who left South Wales to join IS, has been found alive in a prison in northern Syria by British journalists, his former schoolmates have spoken about their fear and disgust that some have called for his return. The Cardiff-born Islamic State supporter secretly travelled to Syria in 2014 […]

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8th October 2019
Jane Hutt meets with co-founder of the Goodwash Company

Barry’s latest ethical products success story is the Goodwash Company with Mandy Powell at the helm attracting business locally, nationally and globally. Vale AM Jane Hutt recently met with Mandy Powell. Goodwash creates cruelty-free products made entirely natural ingredients. They are a local Welsh enterprise who donate 100% of their profits to local projects, which […]

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8th October 2019
BT signs with the FAW to boost grassroots football as the new exclusive lead partner

BT has signed a deal to become the exclusive lead partner of Welsh football until 2024. The partnership will see the BT logo appear on all training kit worn by all Men’s, Women’s, Development and Disability Teams from November. The partnership with the FAW will aim to connect the nation at every level of the game, particularly supporting grassroots.  More […]

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8th October 2019
Millions of pounds would still have to be cut from Vale of Glamorgan services even if residents face further tax hikes

Millions of pounds would still have to be cut from Vale of Glamorgan services even if residents face further tax hikes, a “stark” new report has warned. The council would have to save between £10.470m and £14.986m over the next three years if annual council tax rises stay at 4.9% – the rate it rose by […]

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