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Anger as report into Tawel Fan scandal delayed once again

The findings of a report into the scandal-hit Tawel Fan ward have been delayed once again, it has emerged.

The report was due to be published on 8 March, but at a meeting on Monday night, the health board confirmed this would not happen and could not give a revised date.

Help create a safer internet

While the Internet is an invaluable resource for children, it is also one of the newest, constantly changing and fastest growing threats to keeping children safe.

Call for perinatal mental health unit in North Wales

Clwyd West Assembly Member Darren Millar has called for the Welsh Government to explore setting up a mother and baby unit in North Wales for mothers experiencing perinatal mental health problems.

AM meets Holocaust survivor

Clwyd West AM Darren Millar has been remembering the Holocaust this week which killed more than six million Jews at the hands of the Nazi regime and its collaborators.

AM meets with Barclays Bank to discuss Ruthin branch closure

Clwyd West AM Darren Millar has met with Barclays Bank this week to voice strong objections to its plans to close its Ruthin branch.

Earlier this month, the bank announced it would be closing the branch on April 20th, due to “low and falling transactional volumes at the branch.”

Anger as council adopts monthly bin collections

The decision to introduce monthly bin collections at Conwy Council has provoked anger from Assembly Members.

The idea of monthly collections was first floated by the previous Labour-Plaid administration, and AMs are “disgusted” at the move to 4-weekly collections.