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A hero in our midst

Commenting on the news that Vidar, a hero army sniffer dog, has retired to the Vale after saving hundreds of soldiers’ lives, South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has said local people will be proud to have him among them.

 

Pass Wide and Slow petition nears 1000 signatures

A campaign started in the Vale to increase drivers’ safety awareness of horse riders is nearing 1,000 signatures.

 

The petition was started by Penarth resident Jocelle Lovell, after her 13 year old daughter was thrown off her horse after a car passed them at speed.

 

Davies praises Glamorgan YFC talent

The Glamorgan YFC County Entertainments Final took place on Saturday 4th February at The Grand Pavilion, Porthcawl, and all entrants have been praised by South Wales Central AM and Leader of the Welsh Conservatives Andrew RT Davies.

 

"Ford workers must have certainty"

The Welsh Government must work proactively to secure the future of the Ford Plant in Bridgend, South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has said.

 

"Christmas tree debacle must not happen this year"

Commenting on the news that Cardiff Council are looking at options to bring back a real Christmas tree for this year’s festive season, South Wales Central AM and Leader of the Welsh Conservatives Andrew RT Davies has said it is vital taxpayers get better value for money this time around.

Welsh Government must provide business rates information

Businesses in South Wales must be provided with information on the new business rates scheme, according to South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies.

 

Mr Davies raised the issue in the Senedd on Tuesday, when he asked Leader of the House Jane Hutt for a statement on the scheme.

Davies concerned at penalty fare notice

South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has expressed his concern at what appear to be disproportionate penalty fares being imposed on rail passengers in South Wales.