Talented young artists see their posters displayed at Aberaman Extra Care site

Blaengwawr Primary School pupils have seen their health and safety poster designs proudly displayed at the Aberaman Extra Care site – after winning a competition run by the Council's contractor

20 May 2019

New Mayor Appointed

Councillor Linda De Vet is the new Mayor of Rhondda Cynon Taf

17 May 2019

Rhondda Cynon Taf showing support for IDAHOBIT

Today is International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT)

17 May 2019

Pontypridd students win award in national engineering initiative

These sixth form students from Pontypridd High School have excelled in a national engineering initiative, in which their Council-sponsored project to identify road safety improvements in Cilfynydd has won an award

15 May 2019

Jason's Dream Becomes A Reality

Working at Vision Products has helped Jason Rowley grow in confidence

15 May 2019

Progress update and Scrutiny Committee visit to Llys Cadwyn

Members of the Public Service Delivery, Communities and Prosperity Scrutiny Committee have visited the Llys Cadwyn development in Pontypridd, to see the excellent progress being made as the site continues to transform

14 May 2019

£600,000 investment to deliver improvements to 14 play areas

A further 14 play areas across Rhondda Cynon Taf will be improved and upgraded over the course of the 2019/20 financial year

13 May 2019

Cabinet approves town centre support package

Cabinet Members have approved plans to establish a coherent framework for a targeted package of town centre support, to allow local businesses in RCT to grow and thrive

13 May 2019

Deputy Minister visits Ferndale pupils who helped inform sanitary provision policy

The Welsh Government Deputy Minister has visited pupils in Ferndale, who were instrumental in helping Rhondda Cynon Taf become the first Council in Wales to introduce free sanitary provision for female learners in all of its schools

09 May 2019

Cabinet Members agree the future of Community Day Centres following public consultation

Following a consultation into the Council's four Community Day Centres, Cabinet has agreed to close three Centres based on their low usage and high ongoing costs – but the provision in Gilfach Goch will be retained

09 May 2019