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Democratic accountability vital

Openness, transparency, and – above all – democratic accountability are absolutely vital to ensuring public support and trust in local government.

Mobile Phone Coverage in Aberconwy

Ofcom's online Mobile Coverage Checker aims to help consumers check the coverage they could expect anywhere in the UK.

Help and Support for Energy Bills

With winter on the way, Janet Finch-Saunders, Assembly Member for Aberconwy, has today called on her constituents to ensure they are taking advantage of free help and support with energy bills.

Shock at Minister's comments over A55

Janet Finch-Saunders AM has expressed her shock over comments made by the Minister for Economy, Science and Transport which appear to blame "poor driver behaviour" for the traffic jams experienced by many around the roadworks on the A55.

Calls for solution to A55 chaos

Janet Finch-Saunders AM, has once more written to the Welsh Labour Government Minister responsible for the roadworks on the A55.

Calls for prompt action on A55 delays

As the traffic controls at the Penmaenbach Tunnel on the A55 affect hundreds of motorists, Janet Finch-Saunders, Assembly Member for Aberconwy said:“The logistical issues with the works need urgently addressing, and I have written to the Welsh Labour Government Minister – Edwina Hart AM – who is responsible for these works to express the anger and frustration felt by many here in Aberconwy and to request that this is looked into as a matter of urgent priority.

Weekly News Article - 4th Nov 2015

Last week as recess, and as always, I spent the time away from Cardiff Bay out and about in the constituency, visiting Dwfygyflchi, Eglwysbach, Glan Conwy and Betws Y Coed, and holding advice surgeries in Llanrwst and Penrhyn Bay.

Llandudno’s Pier Pavilion

Since the fire of 1994, the site of the former Pier Pavilion in Llandudno has remained empty and something of an eye-sore to local residents and visitors alike.