Newyddion

Dydd Llun, 24 Ebrill, 2017

Following calls by Clwyd West AM Darren Millar, the Welsh Cabinet Secretary for Economy and Infrastructure has revealed plans to implement safety measures on a dangerous stretch of road in rural Denbighshire.

Dydd Llun, 24 Ebrill, 2017

Welsh-medium schools are being disproportionately closed, a Welsh Conservative Assembly Member has said.

Dydd Llun, 24 Ebrill, 2017

Welsh NHS patients have been languishing in hospital beds for as long as three-and-a-half years after being declared ready for discharge, it has been revealed.

Dydd Gwener, 21 Ebrill, 2017

Childhood used to be a carefree time for the majority of children, but unfortunately these days our young people are facing increasing pressures from social media and cyber-bullying, school testing and rising family breakdowns, which has led to them experiencing escalating mental health problems.

Dydd Iau, 13 Ebrill, 2017

Figures revealing increasing numbers of young people seeking help for depression highlight the need for a renewed focus on developing the ‘emotional resilience’ of our children – according to Welsh Conservatives.

Dydd Iau, 13 Ebrill, 2017

Cuts to teaching assistant posts are “piling the pressure” on teachers say Welsh Conservatives.

Dydd Llun, 10 Ebrill, 2017

Clwyd West Assembly Member Darren Millar has commended the recycling efforts of local authorities in Wales, but said Conwy County Borough Council’s four-weekly bin collections are “a step too far”.

Dydd Llun, 10 Ebrill, 2017

Clwyd West AM Darren Millar hit out at the number of school closures across Wales, particularly in rural areas, during a Senedd debate last week.

Dydd Gwener, 7 Ebrill, 2017

More than a third (33.6%) of Welsh school teachers plan to quit the profession within the next three years, according to the findings of a nationwide survey.

Dydd Iau, 6 Ebrill, 2017

When Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board was thrown in special measures in June 2015, patients across North Wales were understandably very concerned.