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Community stands together in fight to save village pub

Residents of a village in the Vale of Glamorgan have vowed to “fight as one” to support their local pub.

 

The Barley Mow – in Graig Penllyn – near Cowbridge – reopened last year after new tenant Collins Brew took it on.

 

"Racism ends with me"

South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has pledged his support for Race Equality First’s #RacismEndsWithMe campaign.

 

Vale communities among "best places to live" in Wales

Two places in the Vale of Glamorgan have been named among the best towns and villages to live in Wales.

 

The Sunday Times’ annual list for Wales was released last week – with Western Vale village Colwinston and seaside town Penarth included in the top ten.

 

"Urgent action required on intensive care pressures"

A plea made by Cardiff and the Vale University Health Board for help dealing with pressures on critical care services is “deeply alarming” – South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has said.

 

"Education will be Conner's legacy"

South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has praised the legacy of a Barry teenager whose story will form part of a new education pack on organ donation.

 

18 year-old Conner Marshall died in 2015 – after suffering serious injuries following an unprovoked attack in Porthcawl.

Out of hours helpline faults "unacceptable"

Technical problems with the out-of-hours GP helpline in Cardiff and the Vale render the service pointless, according to South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies.

 

Reverse "insane" taxi decision

South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has called on Cardiff Council to reverse their “insane” decision to end the city’s taxi marshalling service – on the night 70,000 visitors are set to descend on the city.

 

Health board must rethink downgrade

Cwm Taf University Health Board must rethink plans to downgrade paediatric services at Royal Glamorgan Hospital this summer, South Wales Central AM Andrew RT Davies has said.