Today, Tuesday 22nd September, Mr Mackay the Minister for Transport and Islands said, “I know how important our ferry services are to the communities of the Clyde and Hebrides and the vital role they play in enabling continued and sustainable economic growth for the Islands. 320 more words
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My last blog caused a bit of a storm in the proverbial teacup over a lack of meaningful support for drought affected communities from a State Government spruiking a surplus, and resulted in a few comments about whinging CWA women. 594 more words
MONMOUTH Assembly Member Nick Ramsay has been informed by the Welsh Government’s Minister for Transport, Edwina Hart AM, that there is little likelihood that the temporary traffic lights in the centre of Abergavenny will be removed in the near future due to delays with the refurbishment of the fire damaged buildings in Monk Street. 89 more words
Our road authorities are wasting millions of dollars, creating tonnes of waste every year and it must stop!
Our road authorities are wasting millions of taxpayers and ratepayers dollars every year ($2 million a yer can be saved in the Perth metro region alone – representing in excess of $20 million nationally every year) on maintaining road-side infrastructure by using outdated methods that create on-going disturbance to the public, risk of injury to workers and result in tonnes of waste and landfill every year. 359 more words
The Carlingford – Omeath Greenway, the popular path used by walkers and cyclists linking the two villages – was closed at 3pm yesterday evening for an apparent misuse by local landowners. 98 more words
LOCAL Assembly Member Nick Ramsay recently wrote to The Welsh Government Transport Minister to report the unsightly graffiti that has once again appeared on the A465 slip road roundabout at Llanfoist. 101 more words