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The Penydarren Safe routes to school scheme commenced on the 12-02-18 for a period of 9 weeks. The safe routes to school scheme was developed primarily to see reduced traffic speeds and to provide saf…

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An unlicensed taxi driver was caught out in an undercover operation by council officers posing as passengers. David Price of Pant Close, Pant, Merthyr Tydfil pleaded guilty at Merthyr Tydfil Magistrat…

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A Merthyr Tydfil man has been prosecuted for selling counterfeit designer goods on Facebook. Mathew James Carr ran a page called ‘Matt’s Designer Deals’ offering ‘designer’ goods including Diesel and…

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On request for a larger bin, our Waste & Recycling Wardens will send out an application form to the relevant householder. On return of the application, an assessment is made. Following this assess…

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Parents and teachers are being given the opportunity to comment on Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council’s plans to amalgamate a primary and nursery school. The Council is proposing to close Gurnos Nu…

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A special meeting of Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council agreed last night (Wednesday, 31 January) that the new Ysgol Y Graig Primary School will be constructed at the former Vaynor and Penderyn Hig…

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Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council is seeking public opinion on its plans to change the current transport provision for students over the age of 16. Pupils are currently transported to and from the…

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Tickets have today (24 January 2018) gone on sale for people eager to see ‘Man Engine Cymru’ at Cyfarthfa Park and Castle, Merthyr Tydfil this spring. The giant mechanical puppet - the largest ever bu…

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Schoolchildren across Merthyr Tydfil are being asked to play a role in plans to make the Welsh language ‘a natural sight and sound’ on the streets of the county borough. Merthyr Tydfil Council is laun…

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THE Cardiff Capital Region (CCR) Cabinet today (January 15) agreed to support in principle the £180million re-development of Cardiff’s main transport hub with £40m of City Deal funding.   The pro…

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