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Politicians wear it pink for breast cancer fundraiser

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Siân Gwenllian AM poses in pink to support Breast Cancer Now’s vital research

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£80m spent on locum doctors in Betsi Health Board over last three years

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Staff shortage boosts case for North Wales Medical School, argues Plaid AM

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Arfon AM calls for the protection of the 'Supporting People' vital funds

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Arfon AM Siân Gwenllian is calling on the Welsh Government to protect funds for the Cefnogi Pobl (Supporting People) programme so that vulnerable people in Arfon can continue to be supported.

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Plaid Cymru AM Sian Gwenllians calls for more awareness and local support for Dystonia sufferers

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A Dystonia sufferer from Caernarfon is calling for a meeting with Betsi Cadwaladr chiefs in order to discuss the lack of services in north Wales for those who live with this complex neurological condition. Plaid Cymru AM for Arfon Sian Gwenllian has teamed up with Ann Pierce-Jones from Caernarfon who was diagnosed with condition 4 years ago to raise awareness of this debilitating neurological condition that affects about 70,000 people in the UK.

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Conference Dinner

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New school for Maesgeirchen

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Arfon Assembly Member visited the new school at Maesgeirchen, Bangor on the first day.

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Arfon AM raises concerns that Rhostryfan Surgery is to close

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Siân Gwenllian AM has visited the village of Rhostryfan after receiving a number of complaints from villagers regarding the imminent closure of their local surgery.

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Unanswered questions about removing important services from Ysbyty Gwynedd

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Arfon AM , Sian Gwenllian, says that the Health Board's response to recent concerns about the future of vascular services in Bangor poses more questions than answers. 

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Caernarfon Muslims turned away from community hall run by Church in Wales

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Members of the Caernarfon Muslim community were left disappointed when they were informed that the church hall they had been hiring for Friday Prayers was no longer available to them.

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Threat to world-renowned vascular services at Ysbyty Gwynedd putting lives at risk

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Plaid Cymru MP for Arfon Hywel Williams and Assembly Member Siân Gwenllian have voiced grave concerns about the future of emergency and inpatient vascular services at Ysbyty Gwynedd, Bangor and the spiralling effect downgrading the service could have on other health provisions at the hospital.

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