Plaid administration bemused by Labour calls for farmers’ views on planning laws

LABOUR councillors want to hear from farmers in Carmarthenshire about planning laws designed to help keep young people living in the countryside – a move which has “bemused” the Plaid Cymru administration. Labour’s call comes ahead of a Plaid notice of motion at full council which questions the current approach Continue Reading

Labour group unhappy with prospect of Tory Mayor elect for Llanelli

LLANELLI Town Council has its first ever Tory Mayor elect (Cllr Chris Griffiths) and the Labour group on the Town council are not happy. As an industrial town famous for its coal and  tin industry,  there has never been a tory MP in the town’s history although the blue rosette Continue Reading

Carmarthenshire Net Zero Carbon Plan ‘not worth the carbon it’s written on’ claim Labour councillors

WELSH Labour Councillors have today criticised the Carmarthenshire Council’s Net Zero Carbon Plan as ‘not worth the carbon it’s written on’. A year on from the unanimous declaration of a Climate Emergency by Carmarthenshire Councillors, there was a heated debate on how the Authority should proceed going forward. Whilst the Continue Reading

Carmarthenshire Labour Group unveil ambitious plans to fund school transport

PLANS have been unveiled by the Opposition Group on Carmarthenshire Council that would see the recently cut school routes being reinstated, along with an ambitious plan to purchase low emission buses over the next three years. Carmarthenshire Labour, working alongside Nia Griffith MP and Lee Waters AM, have announced that Continue Reading

Jeremy Corbyn visits Wales on the last weekend before polling day

LABOUR leader Jeremy Corbyn spent Saturday and Sunday in Wales, visiting south and north Wales, including stops in Barry, Swansea, Carmarthen, Bangor and Aberconwy. The campaign stops included a rally in Swansea on Saturday (Dec, 7) where Corbyn set out Labour’s plans for a fairer Britain and his commitment to Continue Reading

One month to go until Welsh Labour Government’s cheaper rail fares begin

RAIL passengers across Wales are set to see a reduction in many fares across the Transport for Wales rail network from 2 January 2020, thanks to the Welsh Labour Government. Changes being implemented by the Welsh Labour Government’s wholly-owned, not-for-profit company Transport for Wales include free travel for under 11-year-olds, Continue Reading

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