Further disruption at Ruthin Minor Injuries Unit

Clwyd West AM and Shadow Health Minister Darren Millar has criticised Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board for further disruption at Ruthin Community Hospital Minor Injuries Unit.

Not so smart phone app

Welsh Conservatives have called into question the cost and effectiveness of a 26 thousand pounds Welsh Government phone app.

More pain for North Wales NHS

An ‘independent’ report on NHS reconfiguration in North Wales – rewritten after the health board’s intervention – has exposed the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board’s plans for a second consultation on further proposals for major service change.

Community run Denbighshire pub is example to follow

Enterprising locals who transformed a Denbighshire rural pub after it almost closed because of financial troubles have been praised by two politicians who visited the popular establishment last week.

Golden opportunity to address caravan park problems

Clwyd West AM Darren Millar is calling for new legislation to prevent people on residential park home sites from being ripped off by site owners to be extended to caravan sites and holiday parks.

Labour Minister backs Veterans’ Card

The Labour Minister for Local Government & Communities has backed the Welsh Conservatives’ manifesto commitment to introduce a Veterans’ Card.

Tackling cancer must be a higher priority

Sadly, many of us have experience of a cancer diagnosis, either in the family or amongst friends. It can be a terrifying experience and getting treatment as soon as possible is critical. It is therefore extremely worrying that the latest official figures on Cancer Waiting in Wales, have revealed that one in seven urgent cancer patients failed to get their treatment within the Welsh Government’s target time.

Chewing gum problem must be tackled

Disappointed that his proposed bill for a 5p levy on chewing gum to help pay for cleaning up litter was defeated last week, Clwyd West AM Darren Millar hopes the Welsh Government will now work with stakeholders to tackle the problem.