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Merseyside men arrested in North Wales drugs bust

Three men from Merseyside were arrested in Mold last night as part of a major police operation cracking down on the supply of illegal drugs. A large quantity of suspected illegal drugs was also seized by officers as part of Operation Luxuries, which is c

yesterday, 16:16 in Regional

Dog which mauled poodle to death seized by police

A dog which mauled a poodle so badly it had to be put down has been seized by police. Numerous complaints were made to North Wales Police about a Staffordshire Bull Terrier in the Connah's Quay area. The Staffie was reported to have attacked several dogs

yesterday, 16:10 in Regional North West

Southampton drop hint over Liverpool FC transfer target Virgil van Dijk

Southampton claim they are planning a season with Virgil van Dijk in their team despite announcing signing a new centre-back. Holland international centre-back Wesley Hoedt last night signed for the St Mary’s club from Lazio for a fee of around £15m. Som

yesterday, 15:33 in Sport
Chris Dunn fighting to be fit for Wrexham AFC's weekend double header

Chris Dunn fighting to be fit for Wrexham AFC's weekend double header

Chris Dunn revealed it was a precaution that he was forced to withdraw from Saturday’s encounter at Maidstone United, but is still unsure whether he will be back available for the visit of Woking this Saturday. Dunn pulled out in the warm-up less than ha

yesterday, 15:33 in Sport

Watch moment Kingdom enforcement officer confronts good Samaritan for warning woman she was being tailed

A man who warned a shopper that she was being tailed by a council's enforcement officers has told how he was angrily confronted for "interfering". Footage shows of the Kingdom environmental officer approaching the good Samaritan, who asked...

yesterday, 15:26 in World News
A survival guide to GCSE Results Day 2017 for students and parents

A survival guide to GCSE Results Day 2017 for students and parents

The climax to years of hard work and high expectations for year 11 pupils is just around the corner. Results day is often full of emotions for parents and students who can also face huge pressure if their next step is heavily reliant on results - and the

yesterday, 15:26 in World News

Jail for Gwynedd man who sexually assaulted drunken woman after party

A man who admitted sexually assaulting a drunken woman after a Christmas party has been locked up. Paul Barry Owen was told by the judge the woman had felt “depraved and destroyed” by the assault and had suffered flashbacks since the incident last Decemb

yesterday, 15:14 in Regional North West

Everton FC 'need to pay £45m' for Benfica striker

Everton may have to pay around £45m if they want to land Benfica striker Raul Jimenez. Ronald Koeman wants to add another forward to his strikeforce before the transfer window closes after Romelu Lukaku left to join Manchester United . Wayne Rooney has r

yesterday, 15:07 in Sport

Landlord prosecuted after 22 people found crammed inside this Flintshire house

More than 20 people were found living in overcrowded conditions in a Flintshire house. Landlord Filip Barbacaru, 34, had failed to protect the health and safety of the 22 residents living in the two-storey house in Ash Grove, Shotton, a court heard. He w

yesterday, 14:23 in Regional North West

Wayne Rooney announces international retirement

Wayne Rooney , England ’s all-time top scorer, has announced his immediate retirement from international football. No outfield player has won more Three Lions caps than the 31-year-old, who netted a record 53 goals across 119 appearances for his country.

yesterday, 14:21 in Sport

Jurgen Klopp dismisses fears over his relationship with the unsettled Philippe Coutinho

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has quashed fears his relationship with Philippe Coutinho has been harmed by the Brazilian’s desire to join Barcelona. Coutinho, who is currently sidelined by injury and illness, handed in a transfer request earlier this month

yesterday, 14:21 in Sport

Firm says 'no decision made' on moving Deeside manufacturing jobs to low cost countries

The owners of a Deeside towbar company says no decision has yet been made on proposals to move manufacturing to 'low cost countries'. Yesterday the Daily Post revealed that nearly 100 workers were at risk of redundancy under plans to shut the manufacturi

yesterday, 14:15 in Business

Ifor Williams Trailers to relocate livestock trailer production to new £5m factory

Surging demand for livestock trailers will see Ifor Williams Trailers open a new £5m factory in Flintshire. Ifor Williams Trailers is setting up a new production line at a site in Sandycroft to create extra capacity to build its iconic livestock trailers

yesterday, 13:23 in Regional North West

'Proud' Llangernyw farmer shot himself in chest with shotgun

A “proud” farmer committed suicide when he shot himself in the chest with a shotgun. Geraint Jones, 50, was found by his sister Hafwen at his home at Pentre Rhys Eden in Llangernyw on March 2. An inquest held in Llandudno Town Hall today recorded a concl

yesterday, 13:03 in Regional North West

Snowdon track most popular in Britain with walkers

A walk to Snowdon’s summit has topped a survey of the most popular routes in Britain. Mapping agency Ordnance Survey made the discovery after analysing almost 400,000 public routes created in the past year using its digital map and planning tool, OS Maps

yesterday, 13:03 in Regional North West

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