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  • proper n. A principal area of Wales, to the north-west of the country

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  • The only question in Gwynedd is will Plaid Cymru have an overall majority?

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  • The debate over the reorganisation and closure of primary schools in Gwynedd is far from over.

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  • But if contributing anything constructive to the Schools Debate in Gwynedd is beyond Martin's abilities, perhaps he can at least confirm or deny rumours that Gwynedd Labour have decided not to run against the People's Voice (Gwynedd version) next May?

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  • Despite what some people in Gwynedd think, and I've said it before and I'll say it again: Aeron Jones is no common idiot.

    A multifaceted man

  • I know that Plaid has little opposition in Gwynedd but good grief, this man is iff his trolley?

    Plaid to blame for world recession

  • Thank God that we live in Gwynedd where they keep the boxes closed until Friday morning without breaking the seal, or do they open the boxes on Thursday night and leave them open until the next morning - I wonder!

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  • The council has promised temporary measures for the situation but, as in Gwynedd, Plaid Cymru is learning that the anger of parents, be it rational or irrational, is one of the biggest problems when in control.

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  • Meanwhile elsewhere in Gwynedd the county's independent group also met last night and appointed Trefor Edwards of Llanberis as their leader.

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  • The votes here in Gwynedd won't be counted until tomorrow, but there'll still be plenty of results coming in from other parts of Wales tonight.

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  • Nationally we now have 207 councillors - a record that surpasses even 1999 - and the party is now the largest formation not only in Gwynedd but also in Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion, and are level with Labour in Caerphilly.

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