A new campaign has been launched to tackle the drugs gangs who exploit vulnerable children and young people in North Wales.
PEOPLE who live in Colwyn Bay are being encouraged to donate shoeboxes full of items for elderly and vulnerable people being supported by a care provider in the area this festive season (November and December, 2018).
Brexit will help blow a £5 million black hole in the pension pot of North Wales Police over the next two years – and could mean 133 fewer officers or a massive increase in council tax.
More people will die needlessly as a result of the UK Government’s decision to rule out the introduction special facilities where drug addicts can inject themselves safely and hygienically.
Cash seized from criminals is being used to help combat anti-social behaviour at a beauty spot in Colwyn Bay.
A social care leader is calling for urgent reform to enable care homes and home care companies in Wales to compete with the NHS when it comes to recruiting staff.
PEOPLE from Wales planning Bonfire night parties or fireworks displays this November (2018) are being urged to spare a thought for the elderly and vulnerable.
A WELSH care provider is continuing its Halloween campaign for people to be more mindful of the elderly when ‘trick or treating’ (October, 2018).
A campaign to combat hate crime in North Wales has resulted in more victims coming forward.
The “inspirational” transformation of a housing estate in Llandudno has been hailed as an example to the rest of Wales.
A fast-growing social enterprise has clinched a £37 million in contracts – and is aiming to win even more business.
A WELSH care provider is urging people to take extra care of their elderly relatives and neighbours when the clocks go back an hour at the end of this month (October, 2018).