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'What are you doing about winter bed crisis?' - Government under pressure after two-day bed wait for some...

Politicians have questioned what support is in place for emergency departments this winter after staff apologised for some patients having to wait two days for a bed. On Saturday Ysbyty Gwynedd’s A and E department tweeted: “We’re so sorry that we are...

Thursday, 12:12 in Regional
 

Gwynedd seaside village hotel is going under the hammer

A hotel on the Gwynedd coast is going under the hammer. The Springfield Hotel on Beach Road in the seaside village of Fairbourne is in the next SDL Auctions Cheshire and North Wales auction. It currently brings in an annual rental income of £23,400...

Thursday, 11:58 in Business
 

Banking giant invests in Caernarfon branch

Santander UK has officially opened its newly designed and refurbished branch on Bridge Street, Caernarfon. It is the latest of Santander’s branches to be re-designed as part of a programme to deliver even better customer service and community-friendly...

Thursday, 11:33 in Business
 

'Harrowing' day for cops and RSPCA after animals in 'severe' condition put down following raid

Cats, dogs and horses have been seized in an “harrowing” RSPCA and police raid. A warrant was executed at a small holding in Flintshire yesterday with a number of animals seized due to their poor condition. One horse and a dog have been put down due...

Thursday, 11:32 in Regional
 

Storm Caroline snow and ice blast weather warning updated

Storm Caroline has already hit the UK with gale-force winds battering the Scottish coast. This morning the Met Office updated their yellow weather warning for snow and ice, with the warning area covering all of Wales and much of the west of the United...

Thursday, 11:16 in Regional North West
 

Wales's biggest solar farm gets the go ahead

Controversial proposals for Wales’ largest solar farm have been given the green light. County councillors on Anglesey yesterday approved Countryside Renewables’ plans for the 49.9MW scheme covering 220 acres of farmland near Cemaes. The proposals,...

Thursday, 10:57 in Business
 

Colwyn Bay concerts 'vital to trade' say businesses after £440K boost

Businesses in Colwyn Bay and Old Colwyn say the Eirias summer rock and pop concerts are vital to trade. The Little Mix and Bryan Adams concerts over the summer generated £440,000 for Colwyn Bay and the surrounding area. It’s estimated the concerts...

Thursday, 10:41 in Business
 

'One man mini crime wave' jailed

A Deeside man was branded a “one man mini crime wave” by a crown court judge. Michael John Hughes burgled two houses, tried to burgle a third, and stole from cars all on the same night in October. He was arrested and bailed and then went on to steal...

Thursday, 10:13 in Regional
 

Storm Caroline arrives in the UK with forecasters warning of a danger to life

Parts of the UK are seeing severe gales beginning to strengthen as Storm Caroline arrives - with forecasters warning of a danger to life amid "devastating" gusts in some areas. The Met Office has issued an amber "be prepared"...

Thursday, 07:53 in World News
 

Aldi is selling Remington curlers and straighteners, permanent hair removal devices and electronic facial...

If you walk into Aldi and come across its Specialbuys aisle, you might think you've accidentally gone into Boots or Superdrug. That's because from today, Thursday, December 7 the supermarket is selling a wide range of electronic beauty products. The...

Thursday, 06:52 in Hot News
 

Town with 'long history' of flooding could get £5.5m protection scheme

A mothballed scheme to protect dozens of homes previously hit by flooding could get the go-ahead. Proposals for an ambitious flood alleviation programme to protect Mold from rising waters during heavy rain were put on ice last year when costs...

Thursday, 05:53 in Regional North West
 
Young brothers awarded compensation after portable toilets blow over covering them in 'chemicals and waste'

Young brothers awarded compensation after portable toilets blow over covering them in 'chemicals and waste'

Two young brothers have been awarded compensation after the portable toilets they were using were blown over by a gust of wind. The children, aged four and six at the time, were at the car boot sale in Rhyl when the incident happened in April 2015....

Thursday, 05:53 in Regional North West
 
'Ground-breaking' partnership sees BBC employ dozens of reporters... for Trinity Mirror

'Ground-breaking' partnership sees BBC employ dozens of reporters... for Trinity Mirror

The BBC will create a pool of more than 140 local democracy reporters to cover council and public meetings for news organisations across the UK – including the Daily Post. A total of 144 full-time and two part-time local democracy reporters have been...

Thursday, 00:14 in Regional North West
 

Liverpool FC 7-0 Spartak Moscow: How the players rated

Liverpool are through to the knockout stages of the Champions League as group winners after destroying Russian champions Spartak Moscow 7-0 at Anfield. Here, Kristian Walsh gives his verdict on how Klopp’s men performed in the thrashing. Loris Karius...

Wednesday, 22:20 in Sport
 

Outrage as car website claims 'brilliantly fast but challenging ' Evo triangle would be ruined by speed...

A motoring website has come under fire for saying that speed cameras will ruin a “brilliantly fast” North Wales road which has claimed the lives of four people in recent years. An article on Car Throttle says “a tiny minority of idiots taking risks...

Wednesday, 22:09 in Regional North West
 


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