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Rail union raises safety fears over unmanned Flintshire level crossing

Rail union raises safety fears over unmanned Flintshire level crossing

Rail unions have expressed concerns over an upgraded level crossing in Flintshire that will be unmanned and controlled from Cardiff. Earlier this month The Daily Post highlighted problems at the crossing, currently manned by three men, at the bottom of a

yesterday, 14:23 in Regional North West
 
Manchester United FC 1-1 Swansea City: How the players rated

Manchester United FC 1-1 Swansea City: How the players rated

Manchester United were held to yet another home draw, this time by relegation-threatened Swansea City. Here, Samuel Luckhurst gives his verdict on how Mourinho’s men performed. David de Gea A sloppy kick and risky throw were just two lapses of concentrat

yesterday, 14:17 in Sport
 
Eastleigh 1-1 Wrexham AFC: How the players rated

Eastleigh 1-1 Wrexham AFC: How the players rated

Wrexham signed off their National League campaign with a frustrating 1-1 draw at an equally under-achieving Eastleigh. Jordan White put Wrexham ahead early in the second half before Matt Tubbs replied for the home side on 74 minutes. Here Post sport writ

yesterday, 13:17 in Sport
 
Porsche's, Aston Martins and McLarens at Dee in Supercar and Rally Show

Porsche's, Aston Martins and McLarens at Dee in Supercar and Rally Show

Petrol heads are in for a treat with a new Supercar and Rally Show heading to Bangor-on-Dee. Porsche’s, Aston Martins and McLarens are just some of the spectacular motors entertaining the crowds at the famous racecourse for Fathers Day in June. Marquees

yesterday, 11:10 in Regional North West
 
Don't let this happen to your child

Don't let this happen to your child

An 11 year-old girl with asthma who wasn’t taking her medication properly and ended up in hospital, has spoken of her frightening ordeal. Lydia Horner, from Wrexham, was taken into the Maelor Hospital and kept in for three days after her condition, that

yesterday, 09:29 in Regional
 
The inspiring Llandudno teen who is helping Ugandan children

The inspiring Llandudno teen who is helping Ugandan children

A teenager used her budding entrepreneurial skills to set up a coffee supply business to help Ugandan children struggling with dyslexia. Rachna Udasi signed up for The National Tenner Challenge under which pupils are given £10 and four weeks to establish

yesterday, 07:06 in Regional
 
19 of the worst Met Gala dresses of all time - from Madonna, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Beyoncé and more

19 of the worst Met Gala dresses of all time - from Madonna, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Beyoncé and more

The Costume Institute Gala - better known as the Met Gala - is often referred to as the Oscars of fashion. And in the style calendar there aren't many events as important as the first Monday in May. This year is no exception as the Gala will be held on t

yesterday, 06:44 in Hot News
 

Find out why the steps this Flintshire toddler is taking are so very special

These are the miracle steps the parents of four year-old Betsi Roberts never thought she would take. At 14 month-old the youngster from Penyffordd, Flintshire, was diagnosed with diplegic cerebral palsy meaning she could not sit, stand or walk unaided. B

yesterday, 05:23 in Regional
 
Round-ups from North Wales football leagues

Round-ups from North Wales football leagues

Welsh Alliance One win from their final three matches will probably be enough to clinch Llandudno Albion the Division Two title at the first attempt. Albion thrashed Llanfairpwll 6-0 on Saturday and victory on Monday at Amlwch Town would put them top on

Sunday, 02:57 in Sport
 
Caernarfon Town lift League Cup for joint record fourth time

Caernarfon Town lift League Cup for joint record fourth time

Report: Paul Evans Caernarfon Town 3 Flint Town United 0 Caernarfon Town lifted the Huws Gray League Cup for a third time in four seasons with a comfortable 3-0 victory over Flint Town United in Saturday's final at Conwy Borough's Morfa ground. The Cofis

Sunday, 01:54 in Sport
 
North Wales football results: April 28-29

North Wales football results: April 28-29

Saturday, April 29 Huws Gray Cup Final Caernarfon Town 3 Flint Town United 0 Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One: Barmouth and Dyffryn Utd 1 Llanrug United 2, Greenfield 1 Glantraeth 2, Llangefni Town 0 Llanrwst United 0, St Asaph City 0 Penrhyndeudr

Saturday, 22:35 in Sport
 

Everton's place in Europa League is confirmed

Everton supporters can start seeking out their passports after the Blues' return to European football was confirmed. Ronald Koeman's side are guaranteed a top-seven berth after results today meant they cannot be overhauled by teams below them. West Bromw

Saturday, 20:05 in Sport
 

John Barnes: Liverpool should not be put off by £50 million price tag for Virgil van Dijk

Kop legend John Barnes believes Southampton’s £50million rated centre-back Virgil van Dijk would be the perfect summer signing for Liverpool . The Reds face stiff competition to land the Dutch defender with the likes of Chelsea, Manchester City and Arsen

Saturday, 19:57 in Sport
 

Manchester United pursue £50 million target Marquinhos of PSG

Manchester United are confident that they will seal a £50million deal for PSG defender Marquinhos according to reports. Jose Mourinho has made the Brazil international his top defensive target this summer according to The Mirror. United have found themse

Saturday, 19:45 in Sport
 
Bangor University votes on Student Union breakaway

Bangor University votes on Student Union breakaway

Bangor University is to vote next week on whether to break away from the National Union of Students. A campaign is underway to pull out of the NUS after local students claimed that its leadership was ignoring ordinary members. Leave supporters said that

Saturday, 19:16 in Regional North West
 


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