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Pembrokeshire Musn't Lose Out to the Olympics

Pembrokeshire AM Paul Davies has raised fears that local charities will lose out because of the cost of hosting the Olympics in London in 2012.

It is estimated that the voluntary sector in Wales could see £7.5 million of its funding channelled to help pay for the Games.

Green Award-Winning Machine

Pembrokeshire's community re-use organisation FRAME has been commended by Paul Davies AM for going from strength to strength.

Pembrokeshire FRAME has just won an industry award and now has plans to expand to a third premises in the north of the County.

Government Must Back Welsh Language Written Media

COMMENTING on today's reports that plans to publish the first daily newspaper in Welsh have been abandoned, Shadow Heritage Minister and Preseli Pembrokeshire AM Paul Davies said:

"I am extremely disappointed the plans to publish Y Byd look set to be abandoned.

Paul Davies AM Calls For Solution To Lorry Jams

PRESELI Pembrokeshire AM Paul Davies is calling for a solution to lorry jams in Lower Fishguard.

A number of large lorries have got stuck in the narrow streets of the town, causing damage to property and raising fears of injuries.

Botanic Garden Debt Wiped Out

Commenting on the announcement today by the Assembly Government that the £1.9 million overdraft of the National Botanic Garden will be cleared using public money, Shadow Culture Minister Paul Davies AM said:

Paul Davies AM Condemns Assembly Failure to Support Police Pay Rise

Paul Davies AM has condemned Labour and Plaid Cymru's failure to support a pay rise for Dyfed-Powys police.

The two parties refused to support a Welsh Conservative motion calling on the UK Government to honour the recent police pay award recommendation.