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Pembrokeshire Told To Prove Need For A40 Dualling

Welsh transport chiefs have told Pembrokeshire's Assembly Members that the county must prove the A40 needs dualling.

Angela Burns and Paul Davies met deputy first minister Ieuan Wyn Jones and the head of transport for the Welsh Assembly Government to discuss the issue.

Botanical Garden Cash Request Forces Government's Hand

COMMENTING on a report to be aired on BBC Wales' Dragon's Eye programme tonight that the National Botanic Garden has called on the Assembly Government to write-off its £1.7mn debt and provide an annual grant of £500,000, Shadow Heritage Minister and Preseli Pembrokeshire AM Paul Davies said:

A40 So Busy It Must Be Dualled, Says AM

The amount of traffic using the A40 has increased by more than a quarter in the last six years.

Monitoring stations on the main artery from St Clears to Fishguard have also revealed that traffic is increasing almost twice as fast as on other roads.

Tourism Industry Needs More Support

Commenting on new government figures that show a drop in the output of hotels and restaurants in Wales, Shadow Culture Minister Paul Davies AM said:

Dual Carriageway Essential For Pembrokeshire

Welsh Conservatives are calling on the Assembly Government to think again about their "point blank" refusal to consider dualling the remaining stretch of the A40.

Support For Arts Centre Not Unconditional

Commenting on the announcement today by the Assembly Government that the £13.5 million overdraft of the Wales Millennium Centre will be cleared using public money, Shadow Culture Minister Paul Davies has said:

Paul Davies Comments On A40

Commenting on the news that First Minister Rhodri Morgan ruled out the dualling of the A40 while on a visit to Pembrokeshire, Preseli Pembrokeshire AM Paul Davies said: