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Valleys initiative welcomed, but people want actions not words

South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has welcomed the Welsh Government’s taskforce to create 7,000 new jobs and revitalise the South Wales Valleys – but has said that real action will be required to take the area forward.

 

Progress secured on by-pass

Further developments have occurred on the campaign to deliver a Dinas Powys By-Pass – to address traffic issues on the main route between Cardiff and Barry.

 

Health Board contract failings "deeply worrying"

Commenting on the news that the Auditor General for Wales has found “numerous and significant failings” in the way Cardiff and the Vale University Health Board procured and managed HR contracts, South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has called the situation “deeply troubling” and has said there

Hospital parking issues "must be addressed"

Commenting on the news that more than 70 doctors and nurses have been ordered to pay £68,000 following a court battle over parking charges at the University Hospital of Wales, South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has called for the situation to be reviewed and action taken to help those affect

Northern Access Road case "still lacking"

The Welsh Government’s business case for the proposed Northern Access Road in St Athan is still not standing up, according to South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies.

 

Appeal for witnesses after Barry assault

Commenting on the news that a 19 year-old man has been taken to hospital following an alleged assault in Barry Town Centre on Wednesday July 12th, South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has urged anyone with information to come forward.

 

Stay safe on the beach this summer

Beachgoers across South Wales are being urged to stay safe as they make the most of the good weather this summer season.

 

Those swimming in the sea should always make sure they read the safety signs – and know which flags mean it is safe to swim in the sea.