NEWS ROUNDUP: “Immediate” NHS pay rise called for ahead of election
Ahead of the Senedd election, NHS workers in Wales have urged politicians to pledge above-inflation pay rises. The British Medical Association have said that pay rises should reflect a "horrible year", while Unison wants all staff to receive an immediate £2,000 pay rise. A call for a "significant and simple deal" has been made by Royal College of Nursing. It is said that the next Welsh government must decide if recommendations of an independent pay review under way will be accepted.
A total of 68 workers have now tested positive for coronavirus amid an outbreak at a cupcake factory that supplies the major supermarkets. The factory confirmed on 21st April that the Cake Crew production facility in Bala, Gwynedd, initially had 42 cases. All staff at the company are being tested and officials have urged anyone contacted by tracers to self-isolate.
And - a large influx of visitors to a south Wales reservoir has caused traffic chaos and major litter problems. The popular area called Brombil Reservoir, which is located in Margam, has been seen on the likes of social media platforms, Facebook & Instagram.
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