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06/03/2013  Independent Councillors a disaster for troubled council.
Independent Councillors a disaster for troubled council.

With a minimum of 25 candidates Plaid will present a strong team to contest the Anglesey Council elections this May.

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05/03/2013  Time for Co-operation and Vision
Time for Co-operation and Vision

Letter to Barry and District News As a local councillor who lives on Barry Island I am very concerned by the continued delays in building the vital second road to the Island.

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05/03/2013  AN OPEN LETTER TO TESCO
AN OPEN LETTER TO TESCO

Mr Philip Clarke, Group Chief Executive, Tesco plc Tesco Ltd. Dear Mr Clarke Thank you for your email and I welcome the news that Tesco is changing its purchasing policy and practices.

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05/03/2013  Labour could have pegged council tax, say Plaid
Labour could have pegged council tax, say Plaid

Plaid Cymru councillors in Caerphilly say Labour could have used funds to peg council tax without damaging services.

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25/02/2013  Freeze council tax, pleads Plaid group leader
Freeze council tax, pleads Plaid group leader

The Plaid Cymru group has urged the Labour leadership in Caerphilly county borough not to increase council tax by 2.

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24/02/2013  PLAID CYMRU COUNCIL TAX FREEZE REJECTED
PLAID CYMRU COUNCIL TAX FREEZE REJECTED

Proposals from Plaid Cymru to freeze Barry Town Council’s council tax for 2013/14 were defeated by the majority Labour group.

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24/02/2013  COUNCILLOR RESIGNS OVER HOSPITAL PLANS
COUNCILLOR RESIGNS OVER HOSPITAL PLANS

Plaid Cymru’s Gwynedd Councillor Huw Edwards has resigned from Betsi Cadwaladr Community Health Council following the Council’s decision to support the recommendations of the Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board to reorganise hospital services.

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24/02/2013  Post Office Plan Unacceptable
Post Office Plan Unacceptable

The plan to close Carmarthen’s Post Office and relocate services to a shop is totally unacceptable and must be reconsidered, say the seven Plaid Cymru county councillors who represent the town.

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24/02/2013  Alun Michael Must Justify Increase
Alun Michael Must Justify Increase

Letter from Coun. Ceri Carter to the press “I read Alun Michael's comments attempting to justify his 7% increase in his part of the council tax with interest.

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21/02/2013  No Confidence in Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board
No Confidence in Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board

No Confidence in Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board Conwy Cabinet Member for Communities, Plaid Coun Phil Edwards speaking to a meeting of Conwy County Council tonight .

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21/02/2013  Bridgend Labour Inflation Busting Council Tax Rise
Bridgend Labour Inflation Busting Council Tax Rise

The Labour controlled Bridgend Council are set to increase Council tax from April this year to an inflation busting 3.

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21/02/2013  Tim is leading the fight to save local hospital services
Tim is leading the fight to save local hospital services

Tim Thomas, Bridgends  local Plaid Cymru council spokes person is fighting to save vital hospital services at the Princess of Wales Hospital.

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11/02/2013  Freeze council tax, pleads Plaid group leader
Freeze council tax, pleads Plaid group leader

The Plaid Cymru group has urged the Labour leadership in Caerphilly county borough not to increase council tax by 2.

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29/01/2013  PLAID COUNCILLORS’ CONCERN FOR LIMITED TRAFFIC WARDEN NUMBERS
PLAID COUNCILLORS’ CONCERN FOR LIMITED TRAFFIC WARDEN NUMBERS

PLAID COUNCILLORS’ CONCERN FOR LIMITED TRAFFIC WARDEN NUMBERS Plaid Cymru councillors in Barry has warned that the Vale’s five new traffic wardens, who will be known as Civic Enforcement Officers, may not be enough to deal with town centre parking problems when they are re-introduced in April.

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29/01/2013  BARRY TOWN SHOPPING CENTRES NEEDS 'A LITTLE BIT OF TLC'
BARRY TOWN SHOPPING CENTRES NEEDS 'A LITTLE BIT OF TLC'

BARRY TOWN SHOPPING CENTRES NEEDS 'A LITTLE BIT OF TLC' A Barry town centre councillor has called for Holton Road and other Vale town centres to have a little bit of extra ‘tlc’ as the economy continues through tough times.

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29/01/2013  PLAID COUNCILLORS WELCOME LDP REVIEW
PLAID COUNCILLORS WELCOME LDP REVIEW

PLAID COUNCILLORS WELCOME LDP REVIEW  Plaid Cymru councillors have welcomed the Vale of Glamorgan council’s decision to review the county’s Local Development Plan (LDP), but have warned that the end result may mean little change from the current proposals.

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29/01/2013  Plaid Councillor at Blaenau calls for Health Board proposals be referred to Welsh Government
Plaid Councillor at Blaenau calls for Health Board proposals be referred to Welsh Government

Plaid Councillor at Blaenau calls for Health Board proposals be referred to Welsh Government 22/01/2013 “The proposed changes to the provision of health services in Blaenau Ffestiniog are unacceptable,” says Plaid Councillor at Blaenau Ffestiniog, Mandy Williams-Davies.

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29/01/2013  Plaid Cymru Councillors represent Gwynedd residents on police panel
Plaid Cymru Councillors represent Gwynedd residents on police panel

Plaid Cymru Councillors represent Gwynedd residents on police panel 16/01/2013 Two Plaid Cymru Councillors have begun their duties representing Gwynedd residents on the new North Wales Police and Crime Panel recently.

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18/01/2013  Carmarthenshire Plaid Call for Living wage
Carmarthenshire Plaid Call for Living wage

“Swansea Council are to be commended for recognising that poorly-paid staff are doing important and challenging jobs and should be paid a decent wage,” said Cllr Peter Hughes Griffiths, Plaid leader on Carmarthenshire County Council.

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18/01/2013  Officers Pay Will cost £1.1 million
Officers Pay Will cost £1.1 million

Deal over officer’s pay will cost taxpayers’ £1.1m over four years, say Plaid 18/01/2013 Plaid Cymru has warned that a so-called compromise pay deal with senior Caerphilly council officers will still cost council taxpayers’ more than £1.

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