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Councillors 'should not get a pay-rise'

Llanrwst councillor Aaron Wynne is unhappy about receiving any pay-rise at all in the face of public sector pay freezes.

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Plaid Cymru hopeful seeking to be 'baby of the house'

A Plaid Cymru councillor aims to become Wales' youngest Member of the Welsh Parliament at the 2021 elections.

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Parents and schools 'still in limbo' over school transport in Conwy

With just over a week to go Conwy parents have been left in the dark about how their children will get to school.

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Packed supermarkets need to enforce rules or north Wales faces another lockdown

Scenes of packed supermarkets have left a leading county councillor in fear another lockdown in North Wales.

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Coronavirus 'not an excuse' to delay Llanrwst flooding talks says Councillor

Cllr Aaron Wynne wants clear action to tackle Llanrwst flooding issues.

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Llanrwst councillor launches #ShopLocal campaign

The Llanrwst councillor is encouraging people to stay local to do their shopping.

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Charities need government support for post-covid survival says councillor

A hospice which provides vital care to about 140 children with life threatening conditions in North and Mid-Wales is hoping they will continue to receive support from the Welsh Government.

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Aberconwy MP slammed for hanging 'for sale' sign on NHS

Conservative MP for Aberconwy, Robin Millar, has come under fire for voting against a proposal to protect the NHS in any future foreign trade deal.

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Plaid Cymru launch ambitious plan to lift 6,000 Conwy children from poverty

Plaid Cymru will end child poverty says the party’s candidate in Aberconwy, Cllr Aaron Wynne.

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Volunteers sign up to help Conwy's most vulnerable during Covid-19 pandemic

Hundreds of people have signed up as volunteers to help Conwy's most vulnerable.

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