Lee Waters MS on Llanelli’s lockdown – “The initial signs are encouraging, but this is on all of us”

THE decision to put Llanelli into lockdown – or to give it the proper title, ‘a health protection zone’ – was not one that was taken lightly. This virus can spread very quickly in the right conditions and we were getting alarmed by the way it was starting to pop Continue Reading

Helen Mary Jones MS redoubles efforts for pension rights for women

PLAID Cymru Mid and West MS Helen Mary Jones has redoubled her efforts to fight for the pensions for 1950s born women. During Counsel General questions in the Senedd she questioned the Welsh Government about the next steps that could be taken to support the women born in the 1950s Continue Reading

Nia Griffith MP’s Weekly Column – Child Trust Fund access begins for Llanelli’s younger generation

This month, the first people to benefit from Child Trust Funds turn 18 and can access the money put aside for them for the first time.  A new generation of young people will see the difference a Labour government can make to their lives.   Over the next nine years, thousands Continue Reading

Nia Griffith MP’s Weekly Column – Local climate action can help to tackle global problem

An unexpected consequence of COVID-19 has been the reconnection with nature people have found in their own communities.  The “anthropause” – wildlife thriving as human activity and travel reduced – has shown what can be achieved if we learn to live alongside the natural world. Whilst COVID-19 dominates the headlines, Continue Reading

Gower MS encourages residents to participate in Playday 2020

REBECCA Evans MS is encouraging the residents of Gower to take part in this year’s Playday, on Wednesday (August 5). The Playday 2020 campaign theme is ‘Everyday Freedoms, Everyday Adventures,’ and it highlights the importance of giving children and teenagers the freedom to play. Rebecca Evans said: “This year has Continue Reading

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