Torfaen


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Torfaen

a county borough of SE Wales, created in 1996 from part of Gwent. Administrative centre: Pontypool. Pop.: 90 700 (2003 est.). Area: 290 sq. km (112 sq. miles)
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A Torfaen council report says: "The funding aims to address barriers to EV take-up caused by plug-in vehicle owners having no dedicated off-street parking - no drive way or garage - to charge an EV.
As obviously stopping the reliance on fossil fuels gas, oil, coal and derivatives made from them, notably pesticides, fertilisers etc is desirable will Torfaen Borough Council now cease spraying a glyphosatebased weedkiller around our estates?
Torfaen council said it had gone to "signicant eort" to inform residents and apologised for any upset.
A spokesman for Torfaen council, Cwmbran, said they were "disappointed" by the sentence.
The champions are still hurting after Torfaen became the first Welsh side to beat them at Pontypool three weeks ago and they hope to put the record straight today.
Big Brother runner-up Helen Adams, who is from Cwmbran in Torfaen, also donated an autograph to the auction, which was due to raise money for three charities, including the Noah's Ark Appeal for a children's hospital in Wales.
Now Torfaen Council has issued an anti-social behaviour order against him, the first such ban in Wales.
Together with Newport and Blaenau Gwent, the authorities pay into the Greater Gwent (Torfaen) Pension Fund which, in 2017, was revealed by Friends of the Earth (FoE) to be funnelling PS245m into fossil fuel firms.
At a meeting yesterday, Torfaen council's cabinet approved a long-term lease of the pitch and grandstand to the club.
MATT WITHERS' column in last week's Wales On Sunday (May 4) was insulting to the people of Torfaen and requires an abject apology from you.
TORFAEN Tigers pulled off another shock in the Welsh Rugby League Conference play-offs yesterday to beat Aberavon Fighting Irish in a nerve-tingling clash to go through to the Welsh Grand Final.
WOMEN working at Torfaen council who are experiencing the menopause could receive greater support through a new workplace policy.