DESPITE family concerns, two Llŷn men are enroute to Sierra Leone as part of the UK military operation to combat the spread of Ebola.
Second officer Mike Jones, of Abersoch, is on aviation support ship RFA Argus, which is taking a team of medics, engineers and specialists to the country.
Royal Navy aircraft handler, Aaron Eynon, from Pwllheli is also joining Mike on the operation.
A WOMAN is desperate for help, after discovering she has donated family heirlooms to a charity shop in Dolgellau by mistake.
Theresa Francis was having a clear out with her daughter at her home in Arthog in July when she took several bags to donate to two charity shops in Dolgellau.
However, three months later she has now realised she handed over a large amount of jewellery — some of it of huge sentimental value — which was hidden amongst the donated items.
An Aberystwyth Town Ladies footballer has appealed for help in tracking down a hit-and-run driver whose vehicle smashed into her car, leaving her stranded in the dark and with back injuries and bruises.
Stevie Cook, 23, (seen above) an Aberystwyth University graduate, had to walk half a mile to get help after the crash near Ponterwyd on the A44 - because there was no mobile phone signal - and she wants the 4x4 driver caught after her Mini was written off.
A CWRTNEWYDD mum campaigning for parents to be allowed to take their children out of school during term-time has welcomed a call from a leading local government lobby group for the blanket restriction to be overturned.
The Local Government Association say head teachers should be left to dec ide whether to allow pupils to be taken out of school.