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"Rail investment welcome, but timescale will concern passengers"

A £100million investment in rail infrastructure on the Valley Lines Network will be “welcome news to passengers” – but the proposed timescale of the work will be a “source of frustration” – South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has said.

 

University's facilities "put area on map", says AM

The state of the art facilities on offer at the University of South Wales have been instrumental in raising the profile of the local area – South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has said.

 

Store closures a "devastating blow"

Commenting on the news that House of Fraser are set to close two stores in Wales – including the “iconic” Howells Department Store in Cardiff – Welsh Conservative Leader Andrew RT Davies has described the announcement as a “devastating blow”.

 

AM calls for improved eye health awareness

Action must be taken to improve awareness among drivers about having an up-to-date eye test before getting behind the wheel – South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has said.

 

Penarth explorer recognised with top award

A renowned explorer and environmental advocate from Penarth has been recognised by the Prime Minister for her “pioneering work”.

 

Emily Penn co-founded eXXpedition – a marine research group which travels across the globe to tackle plastic pollution in the world’s oceans.

Lack of community consultation "unacceptable"

More must be done to engage with community representatives about the impacts of housing developments in west Cardiff – South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has said.