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Dean Keates on issuing his Wrexham AFC players a challenge

Dean Keates on issuing his Wrexham AFC players a challenge

Dean Keates was taking the positives after watching Wrexham claim only a third away win of the season, but believes his side need to be a lot more ruthless in front of goal. Anthony Barry scored the only goal of the game as he fired home from the penalty

yesterday, 16:20 in Sport
 

'Housing damp is making me ill and has killed my parrot', claims Bangor tenant

A housing association tenant claims damp and mould in his home has proved fatal - for his pet parrot. Andrew Daniels says his green-cheeked conure parrot - called Sinbad - died because of the conditions in his CCG property in Victoria Street, Bangor. Mr

yesterday, 16:13 in Regional North West
 
Coronation Street insider Sally discovers some home truths about Rosie and Sophie

Coronation Street insider Sally discovers some home truths about Rosie and Sophie

It has been a gloomy few months on the cobbles, but unfortunately things are not looking up for the residents of Coronation Street. As we turn towards Rosie’s return, Sally, played by Sally Dynevor, discovers some home truths about her girls. After Rosie

yesterday, 15:29 in Hot News
 
Firm pays out over OAP's wife's death in Rhyl care home

Firm pays out over OAP's wife's death in Rhyl care home

A pensioner who fought to get the full facts about his wife’s death in a Rhyl nursing home has reached an out-of-court settlement with the owners. After receiving a cheque for an undisclosed sum Zam Mead said he was pleased to have received the money but

yesterday, 14:49 in Regional North West
 
Costa may be quitting its Bangor High Street shop

Costa may be quitting its Bangor High Street shop

The future of one of Bangor ’s most popular coffee shops is in doubt after it was offered for let. The Costa store on the High Street is being marketed by Mason Owen, Liverpool with a rental cost of £32,000 a year or £2,667 a month for the 2,588 sq ft st

yesterday, 12:50 in Regional North West
 

Gwynedd student nurse left with crushed vertebra in trampoline park horror

A Gwynedd student nurse has become the second North Wales victim of serious injuries at a trampoline park. Ceri Jones, 21, said she heard a "crunch" when she jumped off the Tower at Chester's Flip Out. She was left with a broken vertebra...

yesterday, 12:39 in Regional North West
 
Solihull Moors 0 Wrexham AFC 1: How the players rated

Solihull Moors 0 Wrexham AFC 1: How the players rated

Wrexham picked up only their third away win of the season on Saturday as they claimed victory at Solihull Moors. An early penalty from Anthony Barry was all that separated the sides at Damson Park, while the home side finished with 10-men after Jack Byrn

yesterday, 12:24 in Sport
 

Jurgen Klopp on why it was important for Liverpool FC to keep Adam Lallana

Midfielder Adam Lallana has an important role to play on and off the field for Liverpool as he has emerged as one of Jurgen Klopp's leaders. The England international's form this season saw him rewarded with a new £110,000-a-week three-year contract on W

yesterday, 11:39 in Sport
 

North Wales braced for 70mph winds as flood warnings put in place

Five flood alerts have come into force across North Wales and the Met Office has issued a yellow warning for high winds of up to 70mph. Natural Resources Wales (NRW) says high river levels have prompted the alerts and they are also advising that residual

yesterday, 11:29 in Regional North West
 

28 people injured after car plows into crowd in New Orleans

28 people including children and a police officer were injured after a pick-up truck slammed into a crowd watching a Mardi Gras weekend parade in New Orleans' Mid-City section. A man is now being investigated for suspected drink-driving. Asked whether te

yesterday, 11:19 in World News
 

Exclusive first images from inside new Wrexham prison

Take a sneak look inside Wrexham ’s new jail - the biggest in the UK - just days before it takes it first inmates. These Interior and stunning overhead photographs show how the £212m HMP Berwyn has shaped up with its opening imminent. Bosses say it will

yesterday, 09:34 in Regional North West
 

Remembering Anglesey sport through the years

These photos show sports teams and players on Anglesey from yesteryear. There's Aberffraw FC and supporters pictured during the 1947-48 season and also Benllech Sports awards night, can you tell us the year? From June 1960, there's Holyhead Park Tennis C

yesterday, 06:21 in Sport
 

The North Wales £520k house price gulf just over a mile wide

The distance between the Cayley Promenade and Belgrave Road in Colwyn Bay is just 1.5 miles - but when it comes to house prices they are worlds apart. Standing on the top of a grassed bank overlooking Rhos-on-Sea , the large detached Cayley Promenade hom

yesterday, 05:49 in Regional North West
 
Round-ups from North Wales football

Round-ups from North Wales football

Welsh National League Chirk AAA inflicted only a second defeat of the season on Premier Division leaders Brickfield Rangers with a 1-0 victory at Holyhead Road. A largely even first half saw the visitors just shade proceedings and they were unlucky in th

yesterday, 01:47 in Sport
 
North Wales football results

North Wales football results

JD Welsh Cup quarter-finals Guilsfield 0 Bala Town 3, Llanfair United 0 Caernarfon Town 7, Prestatyn Town 2 gap Connah's Quay 2 (aet - Quay won 4-3 on pens), The New Saints 2 Bangor City 1 (aet). Semi-final draw: Caernarfon Town v Bala Town, gap Connah's

Saturday, 23:25 in Sport
 


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