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Southwalesargus.co.uk: Cwmbran mum backs Serennu Children's Centre's festive 'Sparkle Appeal'

Southwalesargus.co.uk: Cwmbran mum backs Serennu Children's Centre's festive 'Sparkle Appeal'

A MUM has backed a festive funding appeal to help a Newport children’s centre provide support for disabled children and their families.

Gwent’s children’s charity Sparkle launched the appeal to help hundreds of children affected by a disability or developmental difficulty.

The charity, which funds and supports the Serennu Children’s

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Southwalesargus.co.uk: An autistic man who was told he wouldn't last 'one month' in his job has retired from Newport Bus

Southwalesargus.co.uk: An autistic man who was told he wouldn't last 'one month' in his job has retired from Newport Bus

AN AUTISTIC man told he “wouldn’t last one month” in his job officially retired today, after 28 years.

As the Argus first reported in 1991, doubt was cast that Shaun Condon would last long in his job with Newport Bus due to his autism.

But earlier this week, we reported

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Southwalesargus.co.uk: Autistic man who was told he “wouldn't last one month” in his job is to retire after working 28 years …

Southwalesargus.co.uk: Autistic man who was told he “wouldn't last one month” in his job is to retire after working 28 years …

AN AUTISTIC man who was told that he “wouldn’t last one month” in his job is due to retire this week after working in the post for 28 years.

Shaun Condon, 54, will be retiring as a cleaner at Newport Bus, on Corporation Road, this Friday.

When he took on

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Southwalesargus.co.uk: AMs back autism support plan

Southwalesargus.co.uk: AMs back autism support plan

NEW measures to support people with autism in Wales could become law after AMs backed plans to put together draft legislation on the issue.

A call by Conservative AM Paul Davies to be able to introduce a draft Autism Bill won support of AMs in the Senedd yesterday.

If passed the bill will require local authorities and health boards to take specific action to support the 34,000 people in Wales with the condition.

Presenting the

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