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'I’ve been urinated on by well-to-do drunken people' - Former homeless man reveals horrors of living rough

A former homeless man who used to live in a cave on the Great Orme above Llandudno has been hailed as a role model after turning his life around. Jamie McAdam, 29, from Rhyl, spoke about living on the streets and suffering the humiliation of being...

15 min. ago in Regional North West
 

Jurgen Klopp on Liverpool FC's defending - has the Deutschmark finally dropped?

Liverpool’s season lurched to another disappointing defeat as they were soundly beaten at Wembley. Spurs claimed a 4-1 win over the Reds, to heap more pressure on the Anfield outfit. Here Kristian Walsh runs his eye over the Reds’ showing . Forget...

24 min. ago in Sport
 

Footballers unite for memorial match to remember murdered Tyler Denton

The father of a 25-year-old woman who was stabbed to death, says he is “overwhelmed” by the support shown at a football match in his daughter’s honour. More than 400 people gathered at the Corbett Sports Stadium yesterday to celebrate the life of...

25 min. ago in Regional North West
 

What the media had to say as Everton FC crash to Gunners defeat

Monday’s papers made for grim reading for Everton fans after the Blues suffered yet another demoralising defeat. Manager Ronald Koeman was the main focus of the story at Goodison Park on Sunday, his side torn to shreds by Arsenal. Nine games into the...

37 min. ago in Sport
 

Manchester United chiefs already turn attention to the summer

Representatives from Manchester United will head to the USA this week in a bid to appease manager Jose Mourinho. The Red Devils chief has favoured the training base at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and is hopeful of returning to the...

55 min. ago in Sport
 

Trains cancelled after Storm Brian and Hurricane Ophelia

Trains have been cancelled between Llanduduno Junction and Blaenau Ffestiniog due to severe weather damaging a tunnel. Strong winds and rain have damaged the structure on the Conwy Valley line. Network Rail have described the need for repairs as...

today, 09:38 in Regional North West
 

Walsh, Gill and Cole announced as Doctor Who companions

Bradley Wash, Mandip Gill and Tosin Cole have been unveiled as Jodie Whittaker's co-stars when she becomes the 13th person to take on the lead role in Doctor Who. The trio will appear as the Doctor's "companions" Graham, Yasmin and Ryan in...

today, 08:43 in World News
 
Two dead as Japan is hit by Typhoon Lan

Two dead as Japan is hit by Typhoon Lan

The Pacific coast of Japan has been hit by a powerful typhoon which has caused flooding and landslides and killing at least two people. Typhoon Lan made landfall in central Japan on Monday morning and swept across Tokyo before heading out to sea...

today, 07:29 in World News
 

Law to set minimum price for alcohol will be introduced in Wales

A new law setting a minimum price for alcohol will be introduced by the Welsh Government. Today a new bill will be unveiled at the Senedd which aims to set minimum prices for alcoholic drinks in a bid to cut alcohol related deaths and hospital...

today, 00:53 in Regional North West
 
Round-ups from the North Wales football scene

Round-ups from the North Wales football scene

Huws Gray Alliance Caernarfon Town's bid to win a third successive Huws Gray Cup ended with a 2-0 defeat at Porthmadog. Second-half goals from Joe Chaplin and Cai Jones ensured Port halted a run of nine straight losses against the Canaries. The home...

yesterday, 22:11 in Sport
 

Woman climbed Snowdon during 125mph Storm Brian gusts...and had to be rescued

A woman had to be rescued from Snowdon where winds speeds reached 125mph during the height of Storm Brian The woman was blown off the Llanberis Path just past the Halfway House cafe and ended up with finger and ankle injuries just after midday on...

yesterday, 21:18 in Regional North West
 

Klopp: We were our own worst enemies

Jurgen Klopp said his Liverpool players have nobody to blame but themselves for their Wembley humbling. Klopp’s men suffered more defensive woe as they were swept aside 4-1 by a rampant Tottenham. Sloppy defending saw the Reds trail 2-0 after 12...

yesterday, 19:52 in Sport
 

Storm Brian blast dumps tons of sand, rock and debris dumped onto seafront

A seaside town is facing a major clean-up after tons of sands, rock, shingle and debris were dumped on a sea front by a Storm Brian surge. High tide and 70mph winds hammered Aberystwyth on Saturday and tested the town’s sea defences. It was at the...

yesterday, 19:27 in Regional North West
 
Welsh Premier League: Seasiders see off 10-man Bangor

Welsh Premier League: Seasiders see off 10-man Bangor

Prestatyn Town 4 Bangor City 2 Winning manager Neil Gibson felt his Prestatyn team’s ability to score at the vital moments proved crucial in Friday night’s memorable success against Bangor at Bastion Road. Trailing 2-1 midway through the first half,...

yesterday, 19:21 in Sport
 

Tottenham Hotspur 4-1 Liverpool FC: How the players rated

Liverpool ’s stuttering Premier League form continued as they were beaten 4-1 at Wembley by in-form Tottenham Hotspur . Here, Kristian Walsh gives his verdict on how the players performed on a disappointing afternoon from Jurgen Klopp ’s men. Simon...

yesterday, 18:41 in Sport
 


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