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Closing cottage hospitals 'a bad move' says Gwynedd MS

Closing cottage hospitals in towns like Blaenau Ffestiniog was a bad move that has contributed to the current ambulance crisis, Dwyfor Meironnydd MS, Mabon ap Gwynfor has said.

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Welsh government must listen to farmers on basic payments - Mabon

The Welsh Government needs to listen to farmers over its plans to change basic payments, Dwyfor Meirionnydd MS, Mabon ap Gwynfor said.

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Gwynedd MP joins Alzheimer's UK to support dementia research

To mark World Alzheimer’s Month Liz Saville Roberts MP joined Alzheimer’s Research UK at an event in Parliament to show her support for dementia research.

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Senedd Member pays tribute to Macmillan heroes

Mabon ap Gwynfor MS joined the Macmillan Cancer Support team at the Senedd to mark the charity’s annual Coffee Morning fundraising event.

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The importance of Porthmadog in the history of Gwynedd's slate heritage

Did you know that over 116,000 tonnes of north Wales slate was exported from Porthmadog in 1873? The town plays a vital role in the story of the Welsh slate landscape as a UNESCO world heritage site.

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Gwynedd MS supports Migraine Awareness Week

A Gwynedd Senedd Member is supporting Migraine Awareness Week (5-11 September) to call attention to the struggle 10 million people face and the need for better care.

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MP wants residents to take part in jet skis consultation

The UK government has launched a consultation on the use of personal jet skis in British waters bowing to pressure from MPs.

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Welsh government undermining fishing industry warns Gwynedd MS

A Senedd Member has accused the Welsh government of “systematically undermining the Welsh fishing industry” after visiting working fishermen on the Llŷn Peninsula.

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Senedd Member backs council's call for Gwynedd UBI trial

A Universal Basic Income (UBI) scheme is to be trialed by the Welsh government, meaning adults, regardless of their means, will receive a regular sum of money to cover the basic cost of living.

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Welsh government urged to invest in rural community sports

More should be done to help community and grassroots sport in Wales, according to a Gwynedd MS.

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