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Vale Council to receive funding boost to increase recycling rates

The funding will help the council invest in new technologies to improve recycling

THE Vale of Glamorgan Council will receive a funding boost to help increase the amount of waste it recycles.

9:01am Sunday 26 March 2017

Views expressed in bid to save "cherished" pier and cinema

Penarth Pier Pavilion.

8:02am Thursday 23 March 2017

Scale of road side litter collected by Vale in a year is revealed

The estimated cost of collecting and disposing of roadside litter in Wales is around £3.5 million a year

THE AMOUNT of roadside litter cleared every year in the Vale of Glamorgan has been revealed by Keep Wales Tidy.

12:01pm Monday 20 March 2017

Petition launched in a bid to save popular historic church

St Paul's Church in Arcot Street

A PETITION to save Penarth's historic St Paul's church has gathered more than 150 signatures.

6:58pm Tuesday 21 March 2017

Vale council agrees 2.8% council tax rise

The Vale Council has agreed a 2.8% tax rise

THE Vale of Glamorgan Council has agreed a 2.8 per cent council tax rise for the financial year 2017/18 by a narrow vote.

3:27pm Tuesday 7 March 2017

Plaid campaigners call for late night bus service to be extended to the Vale

Aled Thomas and Anne Greagsby

A PETITION calling for a late night bus service from Cardiff to Penarth, Dinas Powys and Barry has reached more than 200 signatures.

9:03am Thursday 9 March 2017

Sporting sessions continue to get Vale girls on the move

Glowminton has become a big hit with youngsters. Picture: John O'Beirne.

10:28am Friday 17 March 2017

Councillor raises possibilty of new village health centre

Resident Richard Thomas and Cllr Bob Penrose have come up with the proposal

PLANS for a new community health centre in Sully have been floated by a councillor.

11:33am Wednesday 15 March 2017

Vale wheelchair user becomes first female in Wales to achieve black belt in Karate

Lisa 'Maddy' Thomson (centre) has become the first female wheelchair user in Wales to achieve black belt status in Karate. Picture: John O'Beirne

A RESIDENT from Dinas Powys has become the first female wheelchair user in Wales to achieve black belt status in Karate after overcoming mobility issues.

12:02pm Monday 27 February 2017

Public consultation held into £15k traffic study

Members of the public at the consultation on the Dinas Powys traffic study

MORE than 100 people attended a consultation which was held this week into a £15,000 village traffic study.

11:43am Thursday 16 March 2017
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