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‘Step-change required to level up Welsh emission target response’

The Welsh Conservatives’ Shadow Minister for Climate Change, Energy and Rural Affairs – Janet Finch-Saunders MS – has today (11 August) spoken of her concerns about the Welsh Government’s ability to meet its emission reduction targets in the long term. 

AS Aberconwy yn sicrhau ymrwymiad i gylchfan Black Cat

Mae'r Aelod o Senedd Cymru dros Aberconwy – Janet Finch-Saunders AS – wedi croesawu ymrwymiad heddiw (10 Awst) i wella'r amodau traffig presennol o amgylch cylchfan Black Cat, sydd wedi datblygu o ganlyniad i waith gwella ffyrdd parhaus.

Aberconwy MS secures Black Cat Roundabout Commitment

The Member of the Welsh Parliament for Aberconwy – Janet Finch-Saunders MS – has today (10 August) welcomed a commitment to improve the current traffic conditions around the Black Cat roundabout, which have built up as a result of ongoing road improvement works. 

Gweinidog yr Wrthblaid yn croesawu band eang ffeibr llawn i'r Gymru wledig

Mae Gweinidog yr Wrthblaid y Ceidwadwyr Cymreig dros Newid Hinsawdd, Ynni a Materion Gwledig – Janet Finch-Saunders AS – wedi rhoi croeso pwyllog heddiw (07 Awst) i'r newyddion y bydd cymunedau gwledig Cymru yn elwa ar gyllid band eang ffeibr llawn, gan ychwanegu bod yn rhaid i drefi a phentrefi

Shadow Minister welcomes full fibre broadband for rural Wales

The Welsh Conservatives’ Shadow Minister for Climate Change, Energy and Rural Affairs – Janet Finch-Saunders MS – has today (07 August) cautiously welcomed the news that rural communities in Wales are set to benefit from full fibre broadband funding, adding that towns and villages must 'receive t

‘Vehicle to grid technology could drive Welsh green innovation’

The Welsh Conservatives’ Shadow Minister for Climate Change, Energy and Rural Affairs – Janet Finch-Saunders MS – has today (05 August) urged the Welsh Government by support innovations like vehicle to grid technology, as a way of fostering long term green collar jobs and to develop a nation of '

Debate: Introducing 20 mph Speed Limits in Wales

Yes, there is support on these benches for introducing 20 mph speed limits. I know, in Aberconwy, it's been a big issue on some of our rural roads, and our local authority found it difficult to actually go from higher speeds to 20 mph.