TRIBUTES have been paid to a “loving” Morfa Nefyn woman who died in a car crash in Bulgaria.
Mary Caroline Owens had been travelling with her boyfriend, Vez Petrova, in a 4x4 car when it came off the road in Svistov after skidding on black ice on 7 January. They were both killed in the crash, but a back-seat passenger had a lucky escape.
The couple had been on their way back from checking on Vez’s grandfather who had just been burgled during the early hours of the morning.
A HUGE tree which was in danger of collapsing onto a busy road in Bontddu has been cut down.
Motorists have been voicing their concerns about the pine tree for about a year following the collapse of a nearby tree during the storms of 2014.
Cllr Gethin Williams said he and the area’s community council were concerned for the safety of motorists using the road after seeing the tree leaning against the wall.
AN ABERYSTWYTH electrical company says it “greatly values” its staff, despite being named and shamed as a company which broke the law by failing to pay some of its workers the minimum wage.
Electrical Estimates, known locally as “ee”, was named as one of 37 companies across Britain which collectively owed emp loyees £177,000 in wages.