The website is still active, with News and Events posted as recently as last week. Clearly Nia is working hard in London representing her constituents (and the Labour party). In fact, she's been working so hard for the past 8 months or so that she hasn't quite noticed that her party lost Llanelli in the Assembly elections last may. Here's her website's description of the Llanelli constituency:
"The Llanelli constituency is located in south west Wales. The constituency extends from Hendy in the east down to the coast and then along the coast to Kidwelly in the west. It reaches up the Gwendraeth valley to Tumble and across to Tycroes. There are approximately 60,000 people living in the constituency. They are represented by the Labour Party - Nia Griffith MP in Parliament and Catherine Thomas AM in the Welsh Assembly. Carmarthenshire County Council is the local authority for the Llanelli constituency."I'm sure Helen Mary Jones would have something to say about that!