Cllr Hugh Jones, Lead Member for Communities, Partnerships, Public Protection and Community Safety, is urging members of the public to give us just five minutes of their time to let us know what they think about possible service cuts or changes.
Finance Secretary Mark Drakeford today welcomed official figures which show Wales continues to invest more in key public services than other parts of the UK.
The news is dominated by the Brexit negotiations and government crises and has been for some time. But do these headlines represent an opportunity to change or an overwhelming threat?
Economy Secretary Ken Skates has today announced Gaerwen, Newtown, Caerphilly and Carmarthen as the locations for four new regional Enterprise hubs to encourage and support entrepreneurship in Wales.
An idea for a law which could further protect older people’s rights in Wales has been drawn in the latest Llywydd legislative ballot.
Each year Carers Rights Day brings organisations across the UK together to help carers in their local community know their rights and find out how to get the help and support they are entitled to.
The co-founders of Aardman, the Oscar-winning animation studio which created Wallace and Gromit, is to transfer of a 75% stake to its workers, to protect the company’s independence.
Today’s report on joint decision-making from the Centre is welcomed as a hugely valuable addition to the evidence in this area. It gives a clearer and richer understanding of what’s important in the processes of co-production, with its definition of joint decision-making a useful starting point.
Are you interested in setting – up & running a care or well-being co-operative, but not sure where to start? Visit the Care to Co-operate online toolkit! The interactive website will guide you through all the essential know-how you will need, and offers additional resources on membership, online promotion and more. Also, the toolkit availableContinue reading “Do you want to set-up & run a care or well-being co-operative?”
Pupils in two North Wales counties are to be given earlier in-school mental health support as part of an innovative programme aimed at preventing more serious problems from occurring later in life.