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Abergele to seek Fair Trade status

Darren Millar, AM for Clwyd West, has pledged his support towards helping Abergele to obtain status as a Fair Trade Town.
Wales became the first country in the world to become a Fair Trade nation in June of this year and it is hoped that towns and villag

Millar takes to the shop floor

Instead of taking to the floor of the Senedd, Darren Millar, AM for Clwyd West, took the Barnardo’s shop floor this week as part of CSV Make A Difference Day. 
Darren left his day job behind on Friday to volunteer at the Barnardo’s Cymru

Cash boost for Abergele Youth Action

Clwyd West AM, Darren Millar, has welcomed news that an Abergele based charity has been successful in attracting a major grant from the Big Lottery Fund.
Abergele Youth Action will receive £245,659 over the next three years to continue the provisio

Seaside regeneration boost must be extended

Clwyd West AM, Darren Millar, has welcomed news that Colwyn Bay and Rhyl have been designated as new Strategic Regeneration Areas by the Welsh Assembly Government but has warned that Towyn, Kinmel Bay and Pensarn must not be ignored by the new scheme.
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Better enforcement needed to combat fly-tipping

Commenting on the 13% rise in fly tipping incidents across Wales last year, Shadow Environment Minister Darren Millar AM said:
“It is extremely disappointing these figures have gone up yet again, especially as we have been highlighting concerns ove

Ambulance Service clobbered with rising fuel bills

The Welsh Ambulance Service has spent more than £1.5mn more on fuel to run its fleet of vehicles since 2001, figures obtained by the Welsh Conservatives have revealed.
Soaring petrol and diesel prices have seen the trust’s costs rise by 67 pe

Rodent infestation figures for Wales

Fresh evidence of the scale of rodent infestations facing councils across Wales can be revealed today.
Figures obtained by Shadow Environment Minister Darren Millar AM show how local authorities are dealing with tens of thousands of cases every year.
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Brunstrom's language of division

Responding to reports that Richard Brunstrom, Chief Constable of the North Wales Police, has called for the word ‘Police’ to be removed from police vehicles, Clwyd West AM and former member of the North Wales Police Authority, Darren Millar, s

Great Drain Robbery putting lives at risk

Hundreds of manhole covers and other street furniture were stolen in Wales last year costing councils tens of thousands of pounds to replace, Welsh Conservatives have learned.
Local authorities also report that the number of thefts is increasing with tax

HEES figures spiralling as backlog grows

Welsh Conservatives are warning the number of people across Wales who are waiting for help on the Home Energy Efficiency Scheme is rising sharply.
There are now 336 more people waiting for assessments than there were nine months ago.
 
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