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The top ten news stories from Britain and around the world: UK trails European neighbours on health care quality index

The top ten news stories from Britain and around the world: UK trails European neighbours on health care...

UK TRAILS EUROPEAN NEIGHBOURS ON HEALTH CARE QUALITY INDEX Britain lags behind many of its European neighbours and ranks 30th in a global list of countries assessed for health care quality and access. Experts who analysed death-rate data from 195 nations

Friday, 09:11 in World News
 

Missing Prestatyn mum found safe

A mum who went missing from Prestatyn yesterday has been found safe, say police. Tracey Chapman-Schneider, 51, was reported missing at 1.30pm on Thursday. A massive search and rescue operation was launched including mountain rescue teams and the police h

Friday, 08:51 in Regional
 

Anglesey chef through to Friday cook off in the Great British Menu

Self-taught Anglesey chef Ellis Barrie has made it through to the cook off in tonight's Great British Menu. The Marram Grass head chef landed just a seven out of 10 on Wednesday which saw his lead ahead of the other two competing chefs cut to just three

Friday, 08:30 in Regional
 

Wembley lit up in Wrexham AFC colours

Wembley is marking its 10th anniversary on Friday and will be lighting up the iconic arch with the colours of every team that has played at the venue in that time. The stadium was officially opened by Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, at the 2007 FA

Friday, 05:57 in Sport
 

Alternatives for 'vital' £65m Caernarfon bypass published ahead of public inquiry

The Welsh Government has published nine alternative proposals for the delayed new £65m bypass for Caernarfon and Bontnewydd. The 9.8km bypass will begin at the A499/A487 Goat roundabout and end at the existing Plas Menai roundabout on the outskirts of Ca

Friday, 05:31 in Regional North West
 

A55 and A483 two of most dangerous roads in Wales

Wales’ most dangerous roads have been named amid calls for the Government to do more to make them safer. New government data pinpointed the sites that have seen four or more crashes- leaving people dead or injured - between 2013 and 2015. Sites include t

Friday, 05:27 in Regional
 

Police 'increasingly concerned' for missing Tracy Chapman-Schneider

Police are becoming increasingly concerned for a missing woman as a huge search operation to find her continues. Dozens of officers, the police helicopter, and specialist teams including North East Wales Search and Rescue (NEWSAR) and Search and Rescue D

Thursday, 22:50 in Regional
 
Major land and air search for Prestatyn woman

Major land and air search for Prestatyn woman

A major search involving a helicopter, sniffer dogs, mountain rescue volunteers and dozens of police officers has been launched to find a missing woman. The operation to find Tracy Chapman-Schneider who has disappeared from Prestatyn, continues tonight.

Thursday, 20:54 in Regional North West
 

Meet the unlucky Conwy bus driver whose dog condemned him to SIX WEEKS of hell

Bus driver Graeme Strand-Stewart could well be North Wales’ unluckiest man. His woes began when he injured his right leg after tripping over his dog, plunging him into seven weeks of hell. After falling over his Staffordshire bull terrier, Nancy, Grame,

Thursday, 20:08 in Regional North West
 
Gresford land NEWFA Challenge Cup, Llannefydd lift Premier Cup

Gresford land NEWFA Challenge Cup, Llannefydd lift Premier Cup

NEWFA Challenge Cup Final Gresford Athletic rounded off a marvellous season by lifting the NEWFA Challenge Cup for the third time in their history with a 3-2 win over Queen's Park . This week's final at Airbus saw the team which achieved a best-ever thi

Thursday, 19:29 in Sport
 

See now bulldozers are getting on demolishing unsafe Rhyl buildings

Bulldozers have been in action demolishing a terrace of unsafe properties in Rhyl. Buildings, purchased by Denbighshire Council, were found to be structurally unsafe, forcing part of Queen Street to shut on January 13. The discovery meant renovation work

Thursday, 19:11 in Regional North West
 
Why Huw Griffiths should be a serious contender for WPL Manager of the Season

Why Huw Griffiths should be a serious contender for WPL Manager of the Season

If there was a betting market covering the Welsh Premier League Manager of the Season award it is likely Cefn Druids boss Huw Griffiths would be ranked the outsider of the four contenders. However, I think Griffiths should be regarded as a serious front-

Thursday, 18:41 in Sport
 
Caernarfon paint job helping town centre regeneration

Caernarfon paint job helping town centre regeneration

Regeneration cash has helped revamp properties in Caernarfon. Hwb Caernarfon helped more than 10 businesses within the Business Improvement District to paint the front of their properties. It is thanks to support from the Welsh Government’s Vibrant Viabl

Thursday, 18:20 in Business
 

Manchester United FC legend Eric Cantona could've played for Liverpool FC

Eric Cantona is undoubtedly a Manchester United legend and arguably the most important signing of the Premier League era. So it is hard to imagine he could have been an idol for Liverpool or starred for Arsenal long before Arsene Wenge r’s arrival. It’s

Thursday, 18:10 in Sport
 
Campaigners call for 'best' neonatal services in wake of Countess of Chester baby deaths probe

Campaigners call for 'best' neonatal services in wake of Countess of Chester baby deaths probe

Around 10% of North Wales babies are born at the Countess of Chester Hospital where police are investigating an unusually high number of infant deaths on the neonatal unit. Insufficient senior cover and inadequate staffing numbers were found to be an iss

Thursday, 17:58 in Regional North West
 


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