Welsh Government ‘asleep at the wheel’ over Trostre sale says Plaid

COMMENTING on reports that Tata Steel could sell the Trostre steel plant in Llanelli, Plaid Cymru Assembly Member for Mid and West Wales Helen Mary Jones said: She said: “I am deeply concerned at reports that Tata could sell its Trostre site in order to facilitate a merger with Thyssenkrupp. Continue Reading

MP and AM push Council on parking restrictions

LLANELLI’S MP Nia Griffith and Lee Waters AM met with Carmarthenshire County Council to make the case against the planned expansion of parking charges at country and beach access points. At the meeting last Friday (15th March), they pressed the Council’s Executive Board member for Culture, Sport and Tourism and Continue Reading

‘Plaid Cymru is the party for the future’ says Adam Price

AHEAD of conference speech, Plaid Cymru Leader has said that Wales is facing ‘a new Welsh wave of change’. Plaid Cymru delegates are meeting in good spirits at Spring Conference this year in Bangor’s Pontio – one of Wales’ newest arts centres. This will be Adam Price’s first Spring Conference as the Plaid Continue Reading

‘Give compensation to WASPI Women’ say Plaid

PLAID Cymru has said that women who have suffered after not being notified of State Pension Age changes should be awarded compensation for their losses. Speaking ahead of the Plaid Cymru tabled WASPI debate in the Senedd today, Plaid Cymru AM Helen Mary Jonessaid that Plaid Cymru was “fully behind” Continue Reading

Gower AM welcomes Welsh renal charity to The Senedd

GOWER Assembly Member, Rebecca Evans AM, has again this year welcomed representatives of the Paul Popham Fund, Renal Support Wales, to The Senedd ahead of World Kidney Day. The Swansea-based charity, which visits The Senedd every year, was set up in memory of Paul Popham, who successfully fought renal failure Continue Reading

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