£1.2 billion in 2000-6 was matched, under EU rules, by an equal amount from the Welsh Assembly and UK government. ‘Objective 1’ carried on under a new name from 2006 onwards,with the EU’s ‘Convergence’ programme producing £1bn of European Regional …
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RSPCA Cymru external affairs manager Claire Lawson said: “Badger vaccination has already been shown to significantly reduce the prevalence and severity of disease in the badger population and could reduce the potential for transmission of TB from badgers to cattle.”
While over at the National Botanic Garden of Wales, Llanarthne, they share plants from different regions of the world and put on a food and craft fair, with music, in their vast glasshouse. Mums will even get in for free on the special day too.
CAT, which was founded in 1973 near Machynlleth, has not revealed how many of its 90 full-time staff would be losing their jobs. In 2010, its employees voted to take a four-month pay cut of nearly 10% to safeguard the company’s future…
A previously unpublished analysis undertaken by Westminster’s Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Defra, has been made available following a request under the Freedom of Information Act by The Guardian newspaper.
A 63-year-old farmer was left feeling like a sack of spuds as she tried to get to hospital after breaking her leg. Faced with a seven-hour wait for an ambulance, Janet Gladwin’s only option was to travel to Withybush Hospital in a friend’s car.