Rhos, Wales Newswire (Page 5)

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  1. RHI scandal: Speaker 'lost control' in AssemblyRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 20 | Belfast Today

    A former deputy speaker of the Assembly has said that current Speaker Robin Newton "lost control" in the Assembly on Monday and this should be a concern for every party - including the DUP, of which Mr Newton remains a member. John Dallat, a former SDLP MLA who served as a deputy speaker for 10 years, said that Mr Newton was the "big loser" of Monday's Assembly sitting.

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  2. Carmarthen businesses speak out about importance of rural economyRead the original story

    Monday Dec 19 | PressReleasePoint

    Businesses from Carmarthenshire spoke loud and clear highlighting why #FarmingMatters to their livelihoods, when they met with Baroness Eluned Morgan AM on a farm on the outskirts of the Brecon Beacons National Park recently. In a bid to highlight how much farming contributes to the rural economy and to demonstrate why agriculture and rural communities must be a priority for government when negotiating the UK's exit from the European Union, Iwan Price-Davies, the FUW's Carmarthen County Chairman, and his family opened the gates to their home farm Gellirhydd, near Babel, Carmarthenshire.

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  3. Foster needs a show of humility to try and rescue her damaged reputationRead the original story

    Monday Dec 19 | Belfast Today

    You know a political story has developed a life of its own when people - most of them just strangers who recognise you as, 'that political guy from the television and papers' - stop you in shops, restaurants, petrol stations and even the school gate and ask you, "what's all this about getting money to keep your heaters on, stuff?" When the story first broke on Spotlight a DUP MLA told me that this was just the media having another pop at Arlene: "It will blow over in a day or two, Alex. Ordinary people don't care about these contrived attacks and they'll be more concerned with the Christmas shopping than Nolan doing another one of his rants."

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  4. Campaigner Condemns Closure of Older People's Day Centres in WrexhamRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 18 | Wrexham.com News

    On Tuesday Wrexham Council's Executive Board approved proposals to close day centre facilities for older people in Caia Park and Plas Yn Rhos. The proposals to stop the services were put forward due to them 'no longer being required' and the changing needs of the population.

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  5. Domestic RHI also open to 'fraudulent claims'Read the original story

    Sunday Dec 18 | Belfast Today

    Stormont "incompetence" in the bungled Renewable Heat Incentive left the domestic element of the scheme open to fraud, it has been claimed. Since the 'cash for ash' scandal broke, the spotlight has been firmly fixed on the non-domestic component of the overly generous scheme, which could cost taxpayers hundreds of millions of pounds over the next 20 years.

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  6. This boy fell nearly 20ft through a roof and escaped with scrapes and bruisesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 17 | IcNetwork

    A seven-year-old boy is the inspiration behind a new TV advert after he had a near-death experience. When Will Hughes, from North Wales , was five he fell nearly 20ft through a clear Perspex panel in a roof onto the concrete below.

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  7. Penalty drama sees Reds progress in FA Youth CupRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 17, 2016 | Liverpool FC

    Liverpool got their FA Youth Cup campaign for 2016-17 under way with a dramatic 5-4 penalty shootout win over Crystal Palace after a 2-2 draw on Saturday The Reds had come from behind to lead 2-1 at Prenton Park, with Curtis Jones scoring 20 minutes from time and Toni Gomes seemingly clinching the victory in extra-time. But the loss of Liam Coyle to a second yellow card late on turned the game back in the visitors' favour, and they levelled things up through Kian Flanagan to send the game to penalties.

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  8. Cuts warning send shivers down spines of councillors in WrexhamRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 15, 2016 | Flintshire Standard

    Professor Mark Drakeford, Welsh Goverment secretary for local government and finance, told the Leader that "tougher times and harder choices" lay ahead for both Flintshire and Wrexham councils due to funding cuts to the Senedd. Cllr Neil Rogers, lead member for the economy, raised Prof Drakeford's comments during a Wrexham Council executive board debate on the future of Plas yn Rhos and Caia Park day centres.

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  9. Hartley out for six weeksRead the original story

    Dec 14, 2016 | RuggaWorld

    Hartley appeared at the hearing after his club's Champions Cup Round 3 match against Leinster at Franklin's Gardens. Hartley was sent off by referee, JA rA me GarcA s , for striking the Leinster flanker, Sean O'Brien, in the 58th minute of the match in contravention of Law 10.4 .

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  10. Cavalier attitude to EC State Aid decision on RHI could save the dayRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 14, 2016 | Slugger O'Toole

    The comedy of errors that is the Northern Ireland Renewable Heat Incentive scheme may be about to take yet another strange twist. And at last there may be some good news for the tax payer.

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  11. Hartley was red carded during the Saints' defeat to Leinster last weekend for the dangerous playRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 14, 2016 | IcNetwork

    Northampton Saints hooker and England captain Dylan Hartley has received a six-week ban for his swinging arm on Sean O'Brien. The 30-year-old was found guilty of contravening Law 10.4 Striking and a disciplinary committee of Simon Thomas , Chairman, Rhian Williams and Marco Cordelli selected a mid-range entry point of five weeks.

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  12. Call for homeless funding protection in WalesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 14, 2016 | BBC News

    Failure to protect funding for homeless people with complex needs in Wales would be a "catastrophe", according to a major provider of supported housing. Rhian Stone, director of care and support at Newport-based Pobl Group, said some services in England reported a rise in rough sleepers after cuts resulted in fewer homeless support workers.

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  13. Homelessness 'catastrophe'Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 14, 2016 | BBC News

    Failure to protect funding for homeless people with complex needs in Wales would be a "catastrophe", according to a major provider of supported housing. Rhian Stone, director of care and support at Newport-based Pobl Group, said some services in England reported a rise in rough sleepers after cuts resulted in fewer homeless support workers.

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  14. Weak Irish border controls allow criminals into North - PSNI chiefRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 13, 2016 | Independent.ie

    Weaker immigration checks on this side of the Border are providing a route for international criminals to enter the UK, Northern Ireland's police chief has said. Weaker immigration checks on this side of the Border are providing a route for international criminals to enter the UK, Northern Ireland's police chief has said.

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  15. Wrexham Council Confirm Move To Cease Providing Older People's Day ServicesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 13, 2016 | Wrexham.com News

    Two day centre facilities for older people in the Wrexham area are to close, and Wrexham Council are exiting the associated service provision space. In a report presented to the Executive Board this morning eight of the nine councillors on the Executive Board backed proposals to decommission day services for older people provided at Caia Park and Plas Yn Rhos.

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  16. Council blasted over plans to axe two Wrexham day care centres for older peopleRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 12, 2016 | Flintshire Standard

    Cllr King, who was leader of Wrexham Council in the mid to late 1990s, said he felt the centres had been allowed to run down to make them unviable. "The idea that older people in Caia Park can just stop at home for care, and that's what they want, what a lie."

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  17. Single mum gave into temptation and sold guitar delivered to her Wrexham homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 12, 2016 | Flintshire Standard

    A woman gave in to temptation and sold a guitar that was not hers after it was delivered to her address Charlene Paula Clutton, 28, of Ty Rhosydd in Rhos, sold the guitar at a Wrexham store for less than half the 262 that owner Craig Bowkett had paid for it online. Clutton later told police that she had taken delivery of the guitar, opened the packaging and decided to sell the item on seeing it.

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  18. Detail is Important: Who benefitted from the scandal that is Arlene...Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 10, 2016 | Slugger O'Toole

    Arlene Foster was Minister at the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment when the Renewable Heat Incentive scheme was introduced. She was responsible for implementing and managing the scheme when it was brought to Northern Ireland, having been previously rolled out in Britain.

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  19. Two Wrexham day care centres for older people to be axed to save A 47,000Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 9, 2016 | Flintshire Standard

    Wrexham Council is proposing to stop providing the services at the Caia Park Family Centre in Prince Charles Road and Plas Yn Rhos day centre in a bid to slash 47,000 from its budget. Both centres provide day care for the elderly and those suffering with conditions like dementia, and include activities like bingo and trips out.

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  20. High street disability access 'needs more progress'Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 9, 2016 | Newsday

    Disability Wales told Good Morning Wales there has been some improvement in the seven years since its Streets Ahead report but more needs to be done, more quickly. Simon Green, 40, of Bridgend, said he has had to spend extra money on a lighter wheelchair so he can access the town's high street.

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