The Ambulance Service has confirmed a child and a man in his 60s sustained injuries and have been taken to Gwynedd Hospital at Bangor.
A national pressure group has joined forces with campaigners to oppose plans for a pump-storage power station in Llanberis.
Judge says 24 year old who stabbed a young mother to death was a “troubled” woman
Three people have been injured in a light aircraft crash at Caernarfon Airport in Gwynedd.
North Wales Fire & Rescue Service say they received reports of the incident just before 11.30am this morning.
They confirmed one light small aircraft had flipped onto its roof during the incident.
30 crew members and three officers are in attendance, with special appliances from Holyhead, Caernarfon, Llanberis and Pwllheli.
Off-road vehicles from Porthmadog and Llangefni are also at the scene.
An 11-year-old boy who died after falling from a zip wire at a Gwynedd adventure park had been wrongly attached to the ride, an inquest has heard.
Bailey Sumner from Blackpool died when he fell from the 475-ft long SwampFlyer ride at the Greenwood Forest Park in April 2011.
The ride had opened just a week before, after passing a safety inspection.
The inquest at Dolgellau heard a carabiner clip was connected to a "false loop" in the safety attachment.
The hearing, which is due to last three days, continues.
The latest tourist attracton to open in North Wales is offering visitors the chance of a bird's-eye view of the old slate quarries of Gwynedd - and it's not for the faint-hearted.
Zip World is promoting itself as the longest and fastest zip wire in the northern hemisphere.
The longest and fastest zip wire in the northern hemisphere has opened in Gwynedd.
Daredevils reach speeds of around 95mph, flying over Penryhn Quarry near Bethesda.
This video - from Zip World - shows what they're in for.
A man was showing his parents around his new home in Gwynedd - when they stumbled across an unexploded Second World War bomb in a kitchen cupboard.
Henry Southall, 24, had just got the keys to the seaside property at Borth-y-Gest, near Porthmadog.
"I was showing mum and dad around when I opened a cupboard that was tucked away in the corner of the kitchen", he said. "But we made a hasty retreat when we found the bomb. I’m glad I found it when I did - I wouldn’t have wanted it going off while I was in bed upstairs!"
An army bomb disposal team was called, and removed the 16lbs bomb full of high explosives, before carrying out a controlled explosion.
"The army took the shell down to the beach where it made an enormous bang when they exploded. People heard it from two miles away and it left a crater in the sand", Henry said.
A major exercise has taken place around the Bala area to test the response of emergency workers to flooding. It follows recent serious cases across North Wales.
It's hoped the exercise will better ensure emergency services are prepared to protect homes and communities.
Rob Shelley went along.
"Like many emergency responders, fire and rescue services are accustomed to dealing with floods which can have far reaching effects such as trapping people in their cars, threatening livestock and, at worst, threatening homes, livelihoods and even lives. The exercise in Bala is designed to put the combined skills, resources and equipment of all the emergency responders to the test and ensure that we are fully prepared for such incidents in real life.
– Paul Claydon, Assistant Chief Fire Officer at North Wales Fire and Rescue Service
"The exercise scenario will involve dealing with rescuing trapped casualties, carrying out fast flowing water rescues and deploying an array of flood rescue equipment and highly skilled staff in the Bala area.
"Flooding exercises such as this provide vital experience for those involved in the emergency services to test their resilience during difficult times."
A large-scale flooding rescue exercise is due to be held in Bala today. The operation is called Exercise Berwyn and will see volunteer casualties rescued from fast-flowing water and aims to simulate some of the worst flooding conditions.