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WelshLabour ministers accused of hypocrisy after racking up 800 journeys in gas-guzzling motors

Labour ministers racked up nearly 800 journeys in gas-guzzling chauffeur-driven vehicles in just six months – while at the same time encouraging the public to leave their cars behind.Welsh Conservatives, who unearthed the figures, believe the revelation undermines Labour’s green credentials and accu

Media company en Route to national expansion following northern investment

SIGNS of growth at a booming media business will lead to further investment across the country.Cardiff-based Route Media has expanded its network in North Wales and is rolling o

36 more Senedd Members at a cost of around £75 million over five years with NHS waiting times at an all time high with A&E patients waiting for up to 26 hours

Welsh Conservative comment on Senedd reform announcementLabour and Plaid Cymru have announced their plans to increase the number of Senedd Members from 60 to 96.Welsh Conservative leader, Andrew RT Davies MS, said:
“Wales does not need more politicians in Cardiff Bay – we need more teache

Just 2% of people understand anti-social behaviour rights

Only one-in-fifty (2%) people fully understand their rights when it comes to anti-social behaviour, a new YouGov survey has revealed.The Community Trigger – also known as the anti-social behaviour (ASB) case review – gives people the right to request a multi-agency review of their case if they feel

South Wales Police start to police Aberdare

An operation to tackle antisocial behaviour and crime in

Cardiff council avoids prosecution over destruction of dormouse habitat.

Cardiff Council has received a community resolution order, evading a prosecution after failing to obtain a licence before destroying a known habitat for dormice.The council carried out the work at the Northern Meadows site, which was to the European Protected Species (EPS), in Whitchurch in 2021. Th

Freedom of Information Act does not allow aggregation of separate public interests in maintaining different exemptions when weighing them against public interest in disclosure: Upper Tribunal

The Freedom of Information Act 2000 (“FOIA”) does not permit aggregation of the separate public interests in favour of maintaining different exemptions when weighing the maintenance of the exemptions against the public interest which favours disclosure of the information sought, the Upper Tribunal h


Lawyers and Road Traffic Police teams will complete a ‘poignant’ static relay for RoadPeace’s Andy Cox Challenge 2022Top 100 UK law firm, Hugh James, and staff from South Wales Police traffic teams are gearing up