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Three men have been prosecuted by Shared Regulatory Services after they were found to be selling vehicles which were unsafe and had been misdescribed.
Works to upgrade Cogan Pill play area off Dochdwy Road in Llandough will begin on Tuesday 8 May
Plans to convert the disused Nell's Point changing rooms into a new restaurant complex have moved a step closer after designs for the project were revealed.
Cadets of 372 ATC Barry marked 100 years since the RAF was formed and were handed the Centenary Baton Relay as part of its 2018 relay
People aged 18 and over across the Vale can now benefit from using services at Barry library until 9pm on weekdays.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council would like to hear residents views on proposed changes to recycling and waste collections as the current waste and recycling model is not sustainable long term.
Artefacts have been discovered by the expert archaeological firm appointed to carry out work as part of the construction of the new Five Mile Lane
People living in the Vale have reported they have received a high number of fraudulent text messages claiming to be HMRC regarding tax refunds they are due.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council has successfully removed Travellers from Cliff Top car park in Penarth after taking legal action.
A mini volunteering event at Llanblethian Town Hall in Cowbridge is aiming to help voluntary or community groups who are looking for funding for core or project costs.
Two potential routes for a new road connecting the A48 with junction 34 of the M4 will be revealed on 17 April as part of a scheme that will also include a new rail station and park and ride facility.
Mission Impossible celebrate second consecutive win in Vale Boccia League competition
The Small Space theatre held a successful fundraiser for Penarths under 16s rugby team ahead of their upcoming tour.