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Not a member? No problem! Event organised to discuss Welsh Independence

An event has been organised to discuss Welsh Independence and the Independence Commission.

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Arfon community leaders respond to Debenhams closures

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‘A north Wales dental training centre is good news, but what improvements will be made in the meantime?’

Siân Gwenllian MS has welcomed the announcement of a dental training centre for North Wales, but asks what the Welsh Government will do in the meantime to tackle ‘a very real crisis.’ 

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Brooke Graham of Maesgeirchen appears in Senedd’s Online Gallery of Champions

Brooke Graham, of Maesgeirchen, Bangor, has appeared in this year’s Senedd’s Online Gallery of Champions after being nominated by local Member of the Senedd, Siân Gwenllian.

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Coronavirus and education: We need new measures.

Plaid Cymru outlines what needs to be done to keep our educational settings safe.

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Celebrations as Bangor's community allotment secures funding and begins its work.

Plaid Cymru Bangor is delighted that the community allotment, garden and orchard at Nantporth near the city’s football ground has secured funding to move on to the next phase of its development, which begins this weekend.

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"The time for discussion is over, it's now time for action." Delegates from Nefyn meet with First Minister.

Siân Gwenllian MS, Arfon’s representative in the Senedd has organised a virtual delegation from Nefyn to meet with Mark Drakeford, Wales’ First Minister.

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Cross-party backing for Plaid Cymru motion urging support for hostels.

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‘Find a clear way forward following closure of dental practice in Caernarfon’ says local MS.

Siân Gwenllian MS says the closure of a dental practice in Caernarfon is symptomatic of long-term problems in dental care.

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Plaid Cymru welcomes decision to scrap exams

Plaid Cymru welcomes decision to scrap exams - a call made by the Party since summer - but warns that "with the unknown comes more stress" as a new form of external assessments are confirmed.

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