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The Vale of Glamorgan Council and its developing partners recently met to sign an updated version of the Affordable Housing Partnership Guide.
Veterans and their families were invited to attend a free cinema event as part of an initiative by the Vale of Glamorgan Council's Veteran Advice Service.
Two directors of the Mughal Emperor restaurant in Cowbridge have received heavy fines for hygiene offences following a prosecution for Vale of Glamorgan Council.
A Penarth man has received a significant fine for failing to properly store fireworks following a successful trading standards investigation for Vale of Glamorgan Council.
Whitmore Bay's bathing water quality has once again been rated excellent following the latest round of testing by Natural Resources Wales (NRW).
LONG-serving Palmerston Primary kitchen assistant Shirley Curnick has scooped a Local Authority Catering Association Shining Star Award after dishing up school dinners for more than 40 years
Each of the Vale's four Town Centres are set sparkle this festive season thanks to additional funding from the Vale of Glamorgan Council.
Students at the Vale Learning Centre, operated by the Vale of Glamorgan Council at Barry Library, were recently presented with their certificates at a presentation event hosted at Art Central Gallery.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council is continuing its support for the Royal British Legion by holding a wreath laying ceremony to commemorate Armistice Day on Monday, November 11.
Small boats and yachts could be sailing into Barry Dock after the Vale of Glamorgan Council and Associated British Ports (ABP) commissioned The Marine Group to investigate the possibility of a Marina at the site.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has set aside funding to pilot the first fully electric bike share scheme in Wales.