11:29am Wednesday 19th June 2013
11:18am Wednesday 19th June 2013
A SURVEY by the Imperial College, London concludes if patients could get quicker access to their GPs then accident and emergency departments would see up to 100,000 less people, resulting in a ten per cent saving.
11:14am Wednesday 19th June 2013
11:13am Wednesday 19th June 2013
11:12am Wednesday 19th June 2013
LAST week I came back from a week away from my home, and was overjoyed to see the wonderful colours of the wild flowers all over the verges. The sight really made my heart uplifted. I was home in the most beautiful county of Wales. There couldn’t be a lovelier sight anywhere.
11:08am Wednesday 19th June 2013
GIVEN the urgent need to tackle climate change, curb fuel bills, and bring new skilled jobs to the area, I was disappointed that Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire MP Simon Hart did not vote in favour of including a clean power target in the government’s energy bill earlier this month.
11:07am Wednesday 19th June 2013
11:06am Wednesday 19th June 2013
THE health service is in crisis due to an ageing population and the increased cost of treatment, yet Mid and West Wales AM Joyce Watson finds it “utterly bizarre” that someone should propose charging for the NHS treatment given to those who take part in high risk sports injuries, according to the article in the Western Telegraph on June 12th.
11:05am Wednesday 19th June 2013
IN last week’s interview with the Leader of Pembrokeshire County Council, Jamie Adams, he is quoted as saying: “What frustrates me is, if you like, the yah-boo brigade of councillors who vote the budget through and then effectively bemoan every decision that has to be taken to undertake that budget.”
12:19pm Wednesday 12th June 2013
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