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Council bosses are to pay for a Polish boy living with foster carers in Wales to have Polish lessons, a family court judge has said. Mr Justice Francis said the boy was now aged around nine and had spent the first six years of his life in Poland before being…
Women in Wales are to be allowed to take the second abortion pill at home. Health Secretary Vaughan Gething said the move will increase choice for women and reduce the burden on clinical resources. Guidance will be issued to health boards in Wales from Friday on allowing misoprostol, the second…
The Welsh Government has unveiled new guidance for regulated childcare settings to help them ensure they provide the children they care for with healthy food and drink. The new guidance forms part of a range of Welsh Government initiatives that will contribute to preventing obesity in Wales, and help ensure…
An inquest has been opened and adjourned into the death of a four-year-old girl allegedly murdered by her mother. Amelia Brooke Harris died at her home on Brithweunydd Road in Trealaw, Rhondda, South Wales, on June 8. Her mother, Carly Ann Harris, 37, has since appeared before Merthyr Magistrates' Court…
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