Carmarthenshire Labour call on County to sort out School Buses

LOCAL representatives Lee Waters MS, Nia Griffith MP and Cllr Rob James have again called upon Carmarthenshire Council to step in to restore school bus services across the county, after it has become clear that they have the power to do so. Lee Waters MS and Nia Griffith MP stepped in to ask the Continue Reading

AM, MP and councillor accused of sabotaging new school build at Llanerch

A Plaid Cymru councillor has accused Llanelli’s MP, Nia Griffith, the AM, Lee Waters and Lliedi councillor Rob James of sabotaging plans for a new school build on Llanerch field. In a leaked email with the subject ‘Plaid slams Labour school sabotage. Cllr Glynog Davies claims that the plans for Continue Reading

Brexit ‘battle of words’ between Llanelli Parliamentary candidates

THE Conservative candidate for Llanelli Tamara Reay has written a letter to Labour’s candidate Nia Griffith setting with its main agenda being the hottest issue of the last few years, BREXIT. In the letter (below) the conservative parliamentary candidate for Llanelli asked what the Labour candidate’s plans are to get Continue Reading

MP and AM announce winners of annual competition to design their Christmas cards

NIA Griffith MP and Lee Waters AM have announced the winners of the annual competition to design their Christmas cards. Llanelli’s MP and AM received a number of high-quality entries from local school children on the theme of ‘The Twelve Days of Christmas’. After careful consideration, the judges decided that Continue Reading

Llanelli MP calls for “level playing field” between town centre shops and online retail

NIA Griffith MP was in Llanelli Town Centre last week with local representatives from Usdaw the shopworkers’ trade union, who have just launched a campaign to ‘save our shops’ and are pushing for ways to create a more level playing field between our high street shops and online retail. As Continue Reading

Shadow Energy and Climate minister visits Kidwelly

LABOUR Shadow Energy and Climate minister Alan Whitehead spoke at Gwenllian Hall in Kidwelly about the climate crisis, criticising the Westminster Government for not being proactive enough about the issue. Mr Whitehead said: “We need bold, radical action now, if we are to come anywhere near reducing our emissions enough Continue Reading

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