When the lawfulness of the county council’s pension scheme opt-out payments was laid bare in the Wales Audit Office’s public interest report earlier...
Since early 2013 there have been numerous controversies and allegations surrounding historic property restoration grant schemes in Pembroke Dock administered by Pembrokeshire County Council. Cllr. Mike Stoddart who authors that other website was the first to r... Read more →
Not that I feel I owe any excuses for the timespan since my previous post – almost two weeks – but as Old Grumpy reveals in a scoop he posted on his...
Pembrokeshire County Council’s excellent webcasting facility, which covers all meetings involving full council, has been a revelation since being introduced with the help of Welsh Government grant funding in 2013. The capital grant from Cardiff Bay speci... Read more →
A month ago, on the agenda of the last full council meeting on 8th May, Cllr. David Bryan tabled two rather tricky questions for council leader, Cllr. Jamie Adams. Trousering £50k per year for his top job, you’d have thought providing answers was the le... Read more →
I was having lunch with the author of that other website earlier when conversation turned to the community of cyber warriors being whipped into action by the Pe...
The week before last I received an email from a constituent who had been watching the webcast of the infamous December full council meeting. The meeting went down in the history books for Cllr. David Pugh’s bungling tirade against Cllr. Mike Stoddart. In... Read more →
At the extraordinary council meeting on the 1st May, Cllr. Paul Miller proposed to extend the brilliant webcasting facility currently covering full council meet...