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Poor internet connection detrimental to Croesor children and young people’s education

The lack of superfast internet connection is hampering the education of children and young people in the Croesor area of ​​Gwynedd, according to County Councillor Gareth Thomas.

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A basic income for every Gwynedd resident?

How could we, in Gwynedd, improve everyone’s health and well-being by providing a decent income that eradicates food banks, homelessness and mental health issues, asks Plaid Cymru Councillor Elin Walker Jones, Bangor? By investing in a Universal Basic Income (UBI) across Wales.

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Strong community voice to stand as Plaid Cymru Gwynedd’s representative at Llanrug By-election

Beca Brown from Llanrug chosen as Plaid Cymru’s candidate for Gwynedd Council’s Llanrug By-Election says: “It would be a privilege to follow in the footsteps of the late Plaid Cymru Councillor, Charles Jones.” 

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Local housing a must for Gwynedd residents as second home premium discussed

As over 6000 people respond to Gwynedd Council’s consultation on second home council tax premium, Plaid Cymru Gwynedd Chair says: “Most local people, over 60%, support the need to increase the premium from 50% to 100%.”

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Enlli Farmer and Aberdaron County Councillor welcomes green tidal energy benefit to the area

Ynys Enlli farmer and Aberdaron County Councillor welcomes any economic benefits the new tidal energy scheme can bring to the residents of Pen Llŷn.

Plaid Cymru’s Gwynedd Councillor, Gareth Roberts says that bringing an environmentally green scheme to Pen Llŷn to create energy using the tide of the sea is an exciting prospect.

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Take with one hand, give with the other – Labour need to up their game on second homes tax

Plaid Cymru Gwynedd says the Welsh Government is taking with one hand whilst giving with the other as it announces its budget plans.

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Gwynedd Housing Leader presents innovative housing plan

Today, Plaid Cymru Councillor Craig ab Iago who leads on housing in Gwynedd is pleased to announce a new housing action plan for the county, with a minimum budget of £77million over the next seven years.

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Plaid Cymru Gwynedd calls for second homes and empty homes premium to be raised

Speaking at a meeting of Gwynedd's full Council today (3 December 2020), Deputy Leader of Plaid Cymru Gwynedd, Dafydd Meurig said the council needed to consider increasing the second and empty home premium from 50% to 100%

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Fireworks impact on animals and vulnerable adults’ health and welfare

During a meeting of Gwynedd's full council (3 December 2020) councillors passed Plaid Cymru Gwynedd's proposal to press the Westminster Government to legislate on the maximum noise level allowed in fireworks sold to the public to minimise the impact on animals and vulnerable individuals.

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Pressure mounts on Welsh Government to act now on housing crisis – new report on holiday homes offers solutions

An in-depth commissioned report on short term holiday lets and second homes in Gwynedd shows that the Welsh Government need to take action now to tackle housing shortages, and follow Scotland’s plans to offer local authority the powers to regulate short term holiday lets.

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