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Two people who let boats deteriorate in Barry Harbour were found guilty of 12 charges relating to breaches of maritime law at Cardiff Magistrates Court on Monday October 18.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council-run multistorey car park at Court Road in Barry will close for essential work.
A St Brides Major CIW Primary Pupil has won a Road Safety Wales poster competition with an entry that promotes the new 20 mph speed limit introduced to her school's village.
TWO women from the Vale of Glamorgan have revealed how rewarding they find foster caring as a national recruitment campaign continues.
A Covid-19 Mobile Testing Unit has opened today (Monday 18 October) at Le Pouliguen Way Car Park in Llantwit Major.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council's Big Fresh Catering Company has put in an impressive performance during its first year as a Local Authority Trading Company, with more than £500,000 invested back into schools.
THE Vale of Glamorgan Council has once again punched above its weight in the Green Flag Awards, emerging as one of the best performing authorities in Wales.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council are seeking your views on possible changes in the vicinity of Barry Docks Railway Station.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council's Cabinet has approved plans for 31 further units of council housing on its Clos Holm View development following a £5 million investment.
A number of buildings are to be illuminated in pink and blue from October 9 to 15 as the Vale of Glamorgan Council marks Baby Loss Awareness Week.
Penarth Esplanade is set for a series of improvements in the latest round of upgrading work carried out by the Vale of Glamorgan Council.
THE Vale of Glamorgan Council has secured more than £800,000 of funding for active travel projects in the County.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council's Art Central Gallery in Barry is exhibiting work from the Welsh Group | Y Grwp Cymreig during this autumn and winter season.