Only a few months following a campaign at Penisarwaun near Caernarfon to tackle anti-social behaviour by dog owners not cleaning up after their animals, Gwynedd Councillor Hefin Williams is again urging the community to join forces to tackle the on-going problem.
Councillor Gareth Thomas, Penrhyndeudraeth and Llanfrothen Community Council in Gwynedd are calling on the Welsh Government and BT to step up their efforts to ensure the necessary work is undertaken to provide fibre optic broadband facilities in the villages of Croesor and Rhyd.
Once again the debate has been rekindled regarding the lifelong learning campus here in Bala, or rather the status of the proposed "new school" is the topic of the day.
At the beginning of a new year, Plaid Cymru’s Gwynedd Council Leader, Councillor Dyfed Edwards looks ahead to 2017 and shares his thoughts about his recent term at the helm in Gwynedd.
Copyright: Evan Dobson Bala Councillors are calling on the Welsh Government to prioritise road safety on the A494 from Bala to Corwen following serious road traffic collisions in recent months.
Councillor Dyfed Edwards, Plaid Cymru Gwynedd Council Leader and Leader of the Plaid Cymru Group on the Council has announced his intention to step down from his post at the next County Council election in May 2017.
Plaid Cymru Councillor for Pentir, Bangor, John Wyn Williams says Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board plans to move a world class vascular care service from Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor makes no sense whatsoever.
Plaid Cymru Member of Parliament for Dwyfor Meirionnydd Liz Saville Roberts has welcomed news that plans are afoot to install an additional twenty-four-hour external ATM in Blaenau Ffestiniog, following a hard-fought local campaign.
Around 20 Dolgellau Girlguiding youngsters and their leaders organised a litter pick at the weekend joined by community leaders and adults in clearing up their own community.
Blaenau Ffestiniog County Councillor Mandy Williams-Davies is calling for changes to the Law so no other Welsh town is left out on a financial limb as Blaenau Ffestiniog suffers the after-effects of having no banking establishment in the town.
A family-run business from Gwynedd that specialises in waste disposal and drainage services has opened a brand new training centre for its staff.
Gwynedd Councillors, Gareth Thomas and Selwyn Griffiths have praised the communities of Penrhyndeudraeth, Porthmadog and the surrounding area for supporting visitors stranded following the problems that arose at Festival No.
Two Blaenau Ffestiniog County Councillors, Cllr Mandy Williams-Davies and Cllr Annwen Daniels have met with HSBC bank managers following the announcement that HSBC bank is to close its doors leaving the Gwynedd town with no banking establishment.
Plaid Cymru Arfon MP Hywel Williams and Pentir Councillor John Wyn Williams have met with Ysbyty Gwynedd Hospital Director, Meinir Williams to discuss a way forward to address local concerns about parking provision at the hospital.
There is celebration today in Waunfawr after the announcement that Edgar Owen from Waunfawr has been elected as the new Plaid Cymru Councillor at Gwynedd Council.
Plaid Cymru won the Felinheli By-election on Thursday July 14, exactly 50 years since Gwynfor Evans won his first seat for the party in Carmarthen.
As Deputy Leader of Gwynedd Council pays homage to the new Arfon Assembly Member Siân Gwenllian, an announcement was made that her replacement candidate for Felinheli Ward, solicitor, Gareth Griffith will be fighting a By Election on 14 July.
Following Thursday’s vote (23 June 2016) for the UK to leave the European Union, Dyfed Edwards, Plaid Cymru’s Leader of Gwynedd Council, has called for a new regional economic policy to be implemented for Wales.
Two Blaenau Ffestiniog County Councillors Mandy Williams-Davies and Annwen Daniels are gravely concerned at the news announced this week that HSBC bank is to close its doors leaving the Gwynedd town with no banking establishment.
Councillor Eurig Wyn has made the decision to step down as Plaid Cymru’s Waunfawr representative on Gwynedd Council.