Torfaen


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Torfaen

(ˈtɔːˌvæn)
n
(Placename) 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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UP to 50 Syrian refugees are to be settled in Torfaen, Ceredigion, Neath Port Talbot and Caerphilly before Christmas.
Contract notice for Appoint a lead organisation to develop and deliver the three key themes of the Torfaen Rural Strategy
Torfaen Training - which is run by Torfaen County Borough Council and subcontracted the delivery of Government workbasedlearning programmes to Integrity - has confirmed that after Tovey's conviction, the contract has been terminated.
Mementoes were removed in the past two weeks from cemeteries in Torfaen as part of a clear-up in the past two weeks.
Davies, of Blaenavon, Gwent, pled guilty before magistrates in Torfaen and got 220 hours of community service.
National Training Awards: Wyn Owen,of Welshpool Disability Advice Projectof Torfaen
BRIDGEND Blue Bulls bid to clinch their third Welsh title in as many years when they face Torfaen Tigers in the Welsh Rugby League grand final today at Bridgend's Brewery Field.
50 tickets were sold for the charity event due to be hosted by the mayor of Torfaen in south Wales.
He has caused havoc in shops in Torfaen and is a well-known menace.
TORFAEN Friends of the Earth (FoE) has praised Torfaen councillors for voting to become a frack free area.
Merging Caerphilly with Torfaen and Blaenau Gwent would be disastrous for council tax-payers.
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.