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  • Free Books

    10,000 free books for kids in disadvantaged communities welcomed

    April 16th, 2014 | Latest News, Press Releases | Mike Hedges AM | No Comments

    News that children living in Wales’ most disadvantaged communities are due to get 10,000 free books has been warmly welcomed by local Swansea AM Mike Hedges.  The announcement, which was made earlier this week by Deputy Minister for Tackling Poverty Vaughan Gething, means that children living in Flying Start areas will benefit from free books […]

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  • Type 1 Diabetes

    Support for Diabetes research welcomed by Mike

    April 8th, 2014 | Latest News, Press Releases | Mike Hedges AM | No Comments

    Local Swansea AM Mike Hedges has today welcomed the action being taken by the Welsh Government in supporting research and development into finding a cure for patients with Type 1 Diabetes. In a recent question asked by the Swansea East AM to Health Minister Mark Drakeford, it was revealed that the Welsh Government will be […]

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  • Morriston Hospital

    £24m Morriston Hospital boost welcomed by Mike

    April 1st, 2014 | Latest News, Press Releases | Mike Hedges AM | No Comments

    News that Morriston Hospital in Swansea will benefit from infrastructure investment worth £24.105m in the 2014-2015 has been warmly welcomed by the City’s local AM, Mike Hedges. The news was announced by Health Minister Mark Drakeford after the Swansea East AM wrote to the Welsh Government to enquire what financial support the hospital can look […]

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  • Dylan Thomas Stamp

    Mike welcomes Dylan Thomas stamp launch

    March 26th, 2014 | Latest News, Press Releases | Mike Hedges AM | No Comments

    Yesterday at the Senedd, Swansea East AM Mike Hedges attended the launch of Royal Mail’s new Dylan Thomas stamp to commemorate the centenary of the literacy giant’s birth. The Welsh poet and writer is one of ten remarkable individuals from the world of arts, sport, design, economics and heroism to be celebrated and commemorated in […]

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