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Council top marks delivers funding boost for Gwynedd

Good performance in reaching national targets has led to Gwynedd Council attracting an extra £1.3 million of funding for local services from the Welsh Assembly Government.

No ifs, no butts - keep Gwynedd's streets tidy in 2010

Why not vow to play your part in keeping Gwynedd's streets clean and tidy in 2010?

Creu Iechyd - an opportunity to improve health and wellbeing

Local artists interested in using their creativity to assist in improving people’s health and wellbeing are being invited to join an innovative initiative open across Gwynedd and Anglesey.

Fines for Bangor landlords

A Bangor landlord has been found guilty of four charges relating to two Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMO) in the city.

Gwynedd Council warns against festive fly-tipping

Gwynedd Council and Fly-tipping Action Wales are urging people to get rid of their waste responsibly over the festive period.

Search for 120 Artists

Are you one of the many local artists, art students and craftspeople working in the North Wales area?

Don’t hide behind closed door this Christmas

Christmas and the new year should be a time of peace and goodwill but for too many families this ideal will be shattered by domestic violence.

Award for Gwynedd Council Leader

The Leader of Gwynedd Council has won a prestigious national award.

Drink safe and stay safe this Christmas – advice from the Gwynedd Community Safety Partnership

Many people will be letting their hair down over the Christmas and New Year period – but the Gwynedd Community Safety Partnership is warning people not to let their guard down too.

Gwynedd Environmental Partnership shopping bag scheme

The Gwynedd Environmental Partnership has launched a new scheme – the Bring a Bag Scheme – to cut the use of plastic bags on Gwynedd high streets and shopping centres.
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