Raindance Film Festival world premiere for made-in-Wales supernatural thriller "Don’t Knock Twice"
The world premiere of Caradog James’ made in Wales horror film "Don’t Knock Twice" takes place at the Raindance Film Festival in London tonight.
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Oral Statement - Future Framework for Learning from Serious Case Reviews
On 01 February 2011 the Deputy Minister for Social Services made an oral Statement in the Siambr on: Future Framework for Learning from Serious Case Reviews
The statement can be accessed on the National Assembly for Wales website via the following hyperlink
If you have difficulty accessing the statement via the hyperlink then you can access it on the National Assembly for Wales website by selecting the following : www.assemblywales.org/ assembly Business/Plenary Meetings/Records of Plenary Proceedings/Plenary meetings/select relevant date of plenary meeting from the drop down menu/select statement from the contents page.