HPAI: Minister visits Pembrokeshire islands as concern over wild bird flu outbreak grows
Climate Change Minister Julie James visited Ramsey and Grassholm Island today off the coast of Pembrokeshire to assess the scale of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) which is affecting wild sea bird colonies around the UK.
Police and Crime Commissioner publishes findings of scrutiny review into Dyfed-Powys Police’s management of stalking and harassment perpetrators.
Police and Crime Commissioner Dafydd Llywelyn has today published a report on a Deep Dive review his Office has undertaken which scrutinises how Dyfed-Powys Police manages perpetrators of stalking and harassment. The report includes several key recommendations for the Force to consider as they look to improve their response to policing stalking and harassment.
Government Sets Out Path to Zero Emission Vehicles by 2035
The Government has today (28 September) set out the percentage of new zero emission cars manufacturers will be required to produce each year up to 2030, following the Prime Minister’s proportionate and pragmatic decision to delay the ban on new diesel and petrol cars from 2030 to 2035.
Welsh Ports Group annual Senedd reception a great success
The Welsh Ports Group, a sub-committee that discusses and manages all business and developments concerning Welsh Ports, held their annual Senedd reception at the historic Pierhead Building in Cardiff Bay on Wednesday this week, 27th September.
Scouting groups joined by special visitor during UK Parliament Week visit to County Hall
Scouting groups joined by special visitor during UK Parliament Week visit to County Hall Members of Pembrokeshire’s Beavers, Cubs and Scout groups got the chance to meet decision makers at Pembrokeshire County Council as well as a special guest recently.