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Minister "must give timescale" on EIA

The Welsh Government must provide residents with details of when an Environmental Impact Assessment will be carried out on the controversial incinerator at Barry Docks – South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has said.

 

AM discusses power station closure

South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies last week visited Barry Power Station – following operator Centrica’s decision to decommission the plant.

 

Mr Davies visited the station on Friday 4th May – to meet with Centrica Distributed Power Systems Director Mark Futyan.

 

Maendy Young Farmers' Blackpool trip

Members of Maendy YFC spent the bank holiday weekend in Blackpool as they attended the National Federation of Young Farmers’ Clubs Annual General Meeting.

 

The group of young farmers set off early on Friday 4th May – led by club chair Kate Thomas.

 

By-pass funding decision "appalling"

The Welsh Government’s decision not to grant funding for the next stage of the feasibility study of the Dinas Powys By-Pass to go ahead is “short sighted” – South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has said.

 

"It's time to back Welsh farming"

Welsh Assembly Members have come together and joined forces to back local farmers and produce.

 

NFU Cymru held an event at the Senedd on Tuesday 1st May – to launch their #WeAreWelshFarming campaign.

 

AM addresses leading Welsh physicians

Top medical practitioners from across Wales gathered at the University of South Wales on Saturday 28th April for the British Association of Physicians of Indian Origin – Wales’ annual conference.

 

"Investing in jobs key to success"

Investing in good quality jobs is key to a successful business – Leader of the Welsh Conservatives Andrew RT Davies has said.