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Wales Office Responds To S4C HQ Relocation Announcement
The relocation of S4C to Carmarthen could provide a significant boost to local economies, the Welsh language and the creative industries sector in Wales, Wales Office Ministers have said today .
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Fri Mar 14, 2014
Eco Plastics signs long-term deal with UK Council
Eco Plastics , a plastics recycling company based in Hemswell, Lincolnshire, U.K., has signed a long-term partnership arrangement with Gwynedd Council, which Eco Plastics says is the first of its kind in the country.
Bangor: Travellers living on grass verge claim it is their human right
Representatives for the group appeared before Caernarfon Magistrates Court after Gwynned Council applied for a court order to move them from Hendrewen Road Travellers who are living in two static caravans on a grass verge claimed its their human right to do so, magistrates heard today.
Christine set to be reunited with 'lost' wedding album thanks to Guardian reader
THE owner of a set of lost wedding photos featured in the Guardian two weeks ago is set to be reunited with them thanks to the keen eye of a watchful reader.
S4C move to Caernarfon to be discussed today
The S4C Authority will meet later today to discuss whether their headquarters should move from Cardiff to Caernarfon or Carmarthen.
Two North Wales villages named among top 101 places to live in Britain
Hawarden in Flintshire and Abersoch in Gwynedd are both featured in The Sunday Times' annual Best Places To Live supplement Hawarden in Flintshire and Abersoch in Gwynedd both feature in part one of The Sunday Times' annual Best Places To Live supplement, which is due to be published on Sunday.
New Bollywood phone app will launched to lure movie fans to film...
Castles and Craig Goch Dam are among the attractions where it is hoped tourists will walk in the footsteps of their cinema heroes.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
St David Awards: People of Machynlleth honoured at pioneering ceremony for Wales
At an emotional event in Cardiff, the inaugural St David Awards paid tribute to the "extraordinary achievements of people in Wales" and honoured people in nine different categories.
North Wales traffic and travel round up: March 13
As we approach rush hour the Daily Post will be providing updates on the latest situation on North Wales's travel network.
Prince of Wales donates Telynau Teifi harp
Festival Director Elinor Bennet and the Prince's current official harpist, Hannah Stone watching Alan Shiers at Telynau Teifi work on the initial stages of creating the harp The Prince of Wales has commissioned a harp by local makers Telynau Teifi to be given as a prize at the Wales International Harp Festival in April.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Rhyl and Mochdre men jailed as part of cannabis supply gang
THREE men have been jailed for their parts in a cannabis supply gang in North Wales.
Machynlleth: Crash death biker named
The A487 was closed for more than 11 hours after the accident between Machynlleth and Aberystwyth, at around 5.40pm on Saturday.
Poets discuss Dylan in Canada
Ifor ap Glyn, from Caernarfon, and Jemma L King, who lives in Corris, have been asked to attend The March Hare event in Newfoundland.
Five students set their sights on Snowdon
The teenagers and members of one of the youth groups which meets at Wotton Baptist Church, are raising money to build a skate park in the town.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Cambrian coast railway: A 10m cost of repairs after storm damage
Video special charts the effects of the extreme weather and the work being done to bring the crucial line back into use Work to repair the Cambrian Coast railway line, which was badly damaged in the devastating storms and tidal surges earlier this year, is likely to cost more than A 10m.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
S4C move: Bid to bring HQ to Caernarfon is made today
The broadcaster may move its base from Cardiff, and today Gwynedd Council officials will present its bid to bring S4C's main offices north to Caernarfon.
Dolgellau councillor hits out at lack of specialist 'EMI' care in Gwynedd
Dolgellau councillor Linda Morgan, pictured with her father Idris Morgan. He is staying at a nursing home at Llandudno 50 miles from home because a local unit for the elderly people has been shut Elderly and mentally ill patients are being forced to travel huge distances to homes in neighbouring counties because there are no beds for them in ... (more)
Man arrested in stolen dogs inquiry
Five of the animals were stolen from Betws Garmon, near Beddgelert, last Monday or Tuesday, while a sixth was taken from nearby Waunfawr.
VIDEO: A498 closed: Landslip shuts stretch between Beddgelert and Tremadog
The area is expected to be closed for days after an uprooted tree knocked over a wall can caused part of the road to give way An uprooted tree has caused a landslip and forced the closure of a key link road between Beddgelert and Tremadog.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Corwen crash: Motorcyclist killed after crash with a car
The driver of the car and a passenger are believed to have sustained minor injuries and were taken to Wrexham Maelor Hospital.