Plaid Cymru's Shadow Cabinet Secretary for the Economy, Adam Price AM, has written to the Auditor General requesting that he launches a sector-specific inquiry into Welsh Government support for the film industry in Wales.
Local politicians Adam Price and Jonathan Edwards have given a cautious welcome the announcement by the Westminster government that it is investing £370million into the Post Office network, but the Plaid Cymru duo said rural communities in Carmarthenshire and throughout Wales needed guarantees that they would benefit from the circa £160million of that money which is designed to protect rural community branches.
In our Christmas message last year we described 2016 as a year of change. The vote to leave the EU, the election of Donald Trump and conflicts around the world changed the course history. We predicted that 2017 would be the year of challenge.
Having requested a meeting with the Chief Executive of NatWest bank following the recent announcement of local branch closures, Member of Parliament Jonathan Edwards met with senior representatives of the bank in Westminster last week.
Connecting Carmarthenshire was on the agenda in Parliament this week as local MP Jonathan Edwards met with a range of mobile phone giants to discuss the roll out of improved signal coverage across his Carmarthen East and Dinefwr constituency.