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  • Editorial: On 19 February a public passenger train will run from Caernarfon to Porthmadog, for the first time since the second world war

    Cartoon: Phil Disley on the Egypt protests

  • Dorothy, born in Porthmadog, was a loving presence in my childhood, the one who cooked Christmas lunches whose aroma I can still smell, who knitted and sewed outfits for cuddly toys, who wrote long, chatty letters to me at boarding school.

    My quest to be more Welsh

  • On 19 February a public passenger train will run the full length of the Welsh Highland railway, from Caernarfon to Porthmadog, for the first time since the second world war, climbing over passes and through valleys in the heart of Snowdonia.

    In praise of … the Welsh Highland railway

  • Editorial: On 19 February a public passenger train will run from Caernarfon to Porthmadog, for the first time since the second world war

    Charlie Brooker: Q: When does a tabloid become crude propaganda? A: When it starts printing it

  • Browsers Bookshop73 High Street, Porthmadog, Gwynedd LL49 9EU, 01766512066Browsers occupies a handsome double-fronted building that's one of Porthmadog's oldest; a bookshop has been here since 1935.

    Independent bookshops in Wales

  • On 19 February a public passenger train will run from Caernarfon to Porthmadog, for the first time since the second world war

    In praise of … the Welsh Highland railway

  • Cllr Edwards, member for Penygroes, was elected by the 35-strong group on the council behind closed doors at Porthmadog Leisure Centre last night.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • I reckon he'll turn back just outside Porthmadog - they certainly don't speak English there and while in Fraserburgh or Peterheid, they may officially speak English, but even someone like me born and brought up in Scotland is struggling.

    Not a very well planned walk

  • You might be happy to travel to Bangor from Caernarfon, but if you were to do a vox pop on the streets of Cricieth, Porthmadog, Harlech, Dolgellau or Tywyn you would find a great deal of anger at the fact that Plaid is ignoring Dwyfor Meirion yet again.

    Picking Plaid's MEPs

  • Cllr Edwards, member for Penygroes, was elected by the 35-strong group on the council behind closed doors at Porthmadog Leisure Centre last night.

    Plaid choose new Gwynedd leader

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