High Rise resident champions virtual reality boxing as aid for mental and physical health issues

DECLAN Stuart has found a novel way to keep active in his ninth floor Swansea flat – virtual reality boxing. The 28-year-old puts on a headset and throws out jabs and hooks. “After 10 or 15 minutes, you’re dripping with sweat,” he said. “Without that, I would be struggling.” Mr Continue Reading

Welsh Government drops plans to allow prisoners to vote in council elections

THE Welsh Government has dropped plans which would have allowed some prisoners to vote in council elections. A planned future amendment to the the Local Government and Elections Bill, which is currently working its way through the assembly, would have seen around 2,000 prisoners being given the right to vote Continue Reading

Managers at privately run care homes seek assurance about supply of PPE

MANAGERS at privately-run care homes say staff are desperate to be tested for the coronavirus to give them confidence to look after residents. And they want assurances about the supply of personal protective equipment (PPE). Official daily death counts of Covid-19 patients don’t include people in care homes, but outbreaks Continue Reading

Accessing eye care during the COVID-19 pandemic

AS community optometrists across Hywel Dda continue to provide an essential eye care service for our patients, some temporary operational changes have been put in place during the COVID-19 pandemic. Patients will receive their eye care in a different way during this time, with some patients seeing a different optometrist Continue Reading

Find out if your business is eligible for support from the new Economic Resilience Fund

ECONOMY Minister Ken Skates today released further information about the fund, including eligibility criteria for businesses and charities to enable them to prepare to apply. The fund will provide additional financial support during the coronavirus pandemic and will help organisations to manage cash flow pressures. It will help to address Continue Reading

Rhaid i westai, lletyau gwely a brecwast, chartrefi gwyliau aros ar gau

LLYWODRAETH CYMRU wedi cyhoeddi canllawiau ar gyfer gweithredwyr llety gwyliau yng Nghymru sy’n ymwneud â Rheoliadau Diogelu Iechyd (Cyfyngiadau Coronafeirws) Cymru 2020. Mae’r canllawiau yn glir y dylai pob busnes llety gwyliau fod eisoes ar gau a rhaid iddynt aros ar gau nes clywir yn wahanol. Mae’n drosedd i berchnogion Continue Reading

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