A WELSH care firm is reminding anyone holding Bonfire night parties and letting off fireworks this November (2016) to be considerate with regards the elderly and vulnerable.
A housing association has launched a campaign to persuade older people to use the internet so they can keep in touch with family and friends.
Top North Wales builders Anwyl Construction have been given the go-ahead for a £35 million plus new student accommodation development in Liverpool city centre.
A group of talented young musicians and singers stole the show at a conference for older people.
PEOPLE from Wales looking for job fulfilment can join a care team in the country and receive rewards for their work in the form of help with grocery shopping and childcare (October, 2016).
A police boss says vital services for victims of drug abuse in North Wales can make better use of £12 million in funding thanks to the Welsh Government decision to abandon a council shake-up.
A CARE provider from Wales is calling for a ban on trick or treating the elderly this month (October, 2016).
A WELSH care provider is urging people in Colwyn Bay to take extra care of the elderly after the clocks go back one hour this month (October, 2016).
Science, dance, drama and crafts were among subjects on display at an Abergele school for parents planning the next step in their child’s education.
The head of operations of a charity which seeks to help vulnerable people to support themselves is in the running for a social care Oscar.
A pioneering social enterprise company which helped an unemployed father escape the dole queue after being out of work almost two years is up for a major award.
The World's first Hydrogen hybrid sweeper has been launched at the NEC which not only keeps our streets clean, but keeps the air clean too.
A farmer who helped drag cars free from a flooded field after Festival No 6 has been re-united with a music fan whose Mini had been stuck for two days.
The first ever tourism awards celebrating the work the spectacular successes of the £2 billion industry in North Wales are being launched.
A housing association is helping to raise money for a charity which protects thousands of people in Wales at risk of losing their homes.
A new music event is offering free entry to the “heroic” rescuers who sprang into action after bad weather hit Festival No 6, plus half-price tickets to the audience who got caught up in a sea of mud.
A police boss is calling for a new crackdown on motorists who use their mobile phones and smart devices when they're driving.