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Plans go on display this week for a new primary care and community services centre.
ABMU Health Board says it's proposing to transfer GP and community services to the new centre, aiming to improve the level of patient care and providing some new services.
Leaflets explaining the proposals are being sent to patients.
The search for a suitable site to build a new centre has been ongoing since 2006 because, the Health Board says, the main Portway Surgery site is too small and doesn’t offer the accommodation required to deliver modern services.
Public Health Wales says 50 people are known to have become unwell after attending private functions at the Hi-Tide bar in Porthcawl.
Investigations are underway after people became unwell after attending private functions at the venue near the seafront.
All patients are recovering well at home.
The Hi-Tide remains open for business and is co-operating fully with the investigation into the outbreak.
We are aware of up to 50 people who have become unwell after attending private events at the Hi-Tide, and are continuing to speak to people who became unwell to determine the source of their infection.
Free surfing sessions will be offered to around 300 in children in Wales to help with their mental health.
The Wave Project Cymru received £142,000 from the Big Lottery Fund in Wales for the community surf project.
It will now offer places to 300 young people over the next 3 years living anywhere between Newport and Swansea.
Each person will receive support from their own ‘surf mentor’
The Wave Project has developed an evidence-based programme which is proven to improve self esteem and wellbeing for young people.
By overcome the challenge of learning to surf, they will feel more confident and resilient about dealing with other challenges in their lives.
Wave Project Cymru has already been piloted in Porthcawl.
A man from Blackwood who was reported missing has been found.
43 year-old Steven Jones was last seen in Porthcawl on Saturday evening, and was reported missing to Gwent police on Monday 17th August.
Police say he has now been located safe and well.