The Welsh Government, a provincial executive in the United Kingdom, has used European Union Law to shutdown The Emotivate Project website, which received funding from it through sources including the Arts Council for Wales, which is an agency in Wales used to distribute funding to community organisations.
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon has met with leading Scottish based companies that are bringing cutting edge technology to the front line.
The firing tested the BAE Systems designed Common Combat System (CCS) on board, which functions as the digital ‘brain’ of the boat controlling its ‘eyes’, ‘ears’ and ‘nervous system’. Using the torpedo test, the cutting-edge system was able to interpret sonar readings, and then attack a moving target with a practice weapon.
New research findings from Bangor University and Trinity College Dublin have highlighted the potential for further cost savings from micro-hydropower. Savings of up to an additional £1m a year in Wales alone could help keep water bills down.
Bus services are operational for stops near Efail Isaf, as a burst water main on Heol-y-Parc affects access.
A Penylan police constable who had the same bike for 10 years, has been given a replacement by Halfords of Newport Road.
Efail Isaf residents are outraged over the inaction of Rhondda Cynon Taf Council in clearing a footpath overgrown with brambles and shoulder-high thistles.