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Councillors urged to reject monthly bin collections

Conwy councillors have been urged to reject proposals to move to four weekly bin collection in the county borough.

The calls come as Conwy County Borough Council officers submitted a report to the local authority’s Oversight and Scrutiny Committee – Economy & Place.

Colwyn Bay school receives cash boost

Clwyd West AM Darren Millar has welcomed news that a school in his constituency is to benefit from the latest round of National Lottery funding.

National Lottery Awards for All has announced 422,926 for projects to build stronger communities.

Tawel Fan families deserve quicker action to address concerns

An investigation probing care at scandal-hit Tawel Fan ward will not report its findings until March 2018, it has emerged.

The news comes as beleaguered Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board today publishes an update report on the Ockenden Review.

AM gets on his bike for the Royal British Legion

Clwyd West AM Darren Millar joined the Wales Area manager of The Royal British Legion, Veterans, Serving personnel and other Assembly Members this week to race against the clock on an exercise bike to mark the Remembrance period in Wales and commemorate the Battle of Passchendaele 100 years ago.

Angela Rayner in denial over Labour's education failings in Wales

Labour’s shadow education secretary, Angela Rayner, is in denial over her party’s failings in Wales according to the Welsh Conservatives.

Speaking to Good Morning Britain today, Ms Rayner claimed ‘education is improving’ in Wales despite facts pointing to the contrary.

Concern over impact of Tourism Tax on Welsh zoos

The CEO of the British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums has expressed concern about the potential impact of the Welsh Government’s proposed Tourism Tax on footfall at Welsh zoos.