A woman has died after an incident involving a tractor at a holiday park in Gwynedd.
Police were called to 'The Warren' park in Abersoch just after 19:20 on Friday evening, after reports the tractor had overturned.
A woman, who was in her twenties, died at the scene.
- Plaid Cymru 41
- Independent 26
- Llais Gwynedd 6
- Labour 1
- Liberal Democrats1
Plaid Cymru has kept overall control of Gwynedd, with 41 of the 75 seats. It would have been 42 but one of the party's candidates lost when he drew lots with an opponent who had the same number of votes.
- Plaid Cymru: 36
- Independent: 20
- Llais Gwynedd: 6
- Labour: 1
- Liberal Democrats: 1
Plaid Cymru are edging towards keeping overall control of the 75 member Gwynedd council.
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It's believed he was last seen in the South Stack area of Holyhead.
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Two more people have been arrested in connection with the death of a woman from Penygroes, near Caernarfon.
22-year-old Emma Louise Baum died in the early hours of the morning on Monday July 18th at her home in the village.
Police say a man has been arrested on suspicion of murder and a woman has been arrested on suspicion of perverting the course of justice and assisting an offender. Both are local to the area.
Officers are continuing to appeal for witnesses, and say they are keen to speak to anyone who may have heard a disturbance in the Llwyndu Road area between 2am and 5am on Monday morning.
The investigation is ongoing and we are continuing to appeal for witnesses to come forward.
Police say they have already had a positive response from the public, with several reports being received of a female screaming at around 4am in the area.
Two men who were arrested on Monday were released without charge.
The woman who died in Penygroes in Gwynedd yesterday has been named.
Emma Louise Baum was 22 and lived with her two-year-old son in Penygroes.
The two men arrested yesterday have been released without charge.
North Wales Police is continuing to appeal for witnesses and are particularly keen to speak to anyone who may have heard a disturbance in the Llwyndu Road area between 2am and 5am yesterday morning.
Police say there were with several reports of a female screaming at around 4am in the area.
The investigation team are of the view that the woman died during the early hours of yesterday morning.
A further appeal is being made for witnesses to come forward. We are particularly keen to speak to anyone who has seen or heard anything suspicious in the Llwyndu Road area of Penygroes during the early hours of yesterday morning.
As part of the investigation we would also appeal to anyone who has private CCTV systems to contact the major incident room on 101.
The investigation is ongoing and officers continue to provide a high visibility police presence in the village of Penygroes.