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Welsh football legend delights Anglesey junior players

Welsh football legend delights Anglesey junior players

Wales' record cap holder was the guest of honour on Saturday as Amlwch Juniors FC hosted a community football funday. Former Everton and Wales Goalkeeper, Neville Southall, was on hand for the event on Saturday that attracted junior teams from all over N

Sunday, 12:29 in Regional
 

Fury as MOD chiefs axe the 'Red Arrows of the road'

A North Wales country show was one of the last events to see the White Helmets dubbed the ‘Red Arrows of the Road’. Crowds were treated to a spectacular display from the Royal Corps of Signals stunt team at the Denbigh and Flint Show in Denbigh. But it h

Sunday, 12:24 in Regional North West
 
'Extraordinary' claims Glyndwr University student turned vampire

'Extraordinary' claims Glyndwr University student turned vampire

A Glyndwr University academic has found himself at the centre of bizarre claims involving allegations of blood-tasting following one of his classes. Emyr Williams, 34, a senior lecturer of psychology at the Wrexham university encourages his students to s

Sunday, 11:35 in Regional North West
 
Comedian Tudur Owen leads the Welsh contingent at the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Comedian Tudur Owen leads the Welsh contingent at the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe Festival

An award winning comedian, a show about an Anglesey aristocrat and a series of play premiered at a North Wales theatre are attracting large crowds to the Edinburgh Fringe this summer. Anglesey-born storyteller Shon Dale Jones and singer Siobhan Owen are

Sunday, 11:20 in Regional North West
 
Anglesey patient fears he could be waiting more than a year for knee operation

Anglesey patient fears he could be waiting more than a year for knee operation

A man claims he could be waiting more than 60 weeks to have a replacement knee operation at Ysbyty Gwynedd. David Roberts, 70, a widower, from Amlwch on Anglesey suffers with arthritis of the knee and has been on a waiting list since November 2016 to hav

Sunday, 10:25 in Regional North West
 

First images of Denbighshire hotel plan

These are the first images of fresh plans for the site of a former Denbighshire hotel that has been left to rot and is frequently subject to intruders and vandalism. The Bryn Morfydd Hotel and Lodge Park at Llanrhaeadr yn Nghinmerch, near Denbigh, closed

Sunday, 09:10 in Regional North West
 

Abersoch 'destination' hotel to open in 2019

A luxurious “destination hotel” in Abersoch will open in 2019 - as apartments in the development are set to go on sale for £400,000. The Whitehouse Hotel shut in 2004 and became an eyesore in the popular tourist village. Planning permission was granted t

Sunday, 09:10 in Regional North West
 

'We don't want your new homes' Wrexham campaigners tell developers

Members of the public have been asked to rally against a development that would see a town green belt “wiped out”, according to critics. Wrexham council has received a planning application for the building of 82 houses in the Summerhill area of Gwersyllt

Sunday, 07:09 in Regional
 

Caernarfon flying medic who has saved 'countless lives' rewarded for years of service

A flying medic who has saved “countless lives” across Wales has been rewarded for 14 years of service. Carl Hudson has helped thousands of patients in need as a critical care practitioner for Wales Air Ambulance’s Caernarfon helicopter. Now he has receiv

Sunday, 06:09 in Regional
 

Meet the Llandudno biker who wants to break the 200mph barrier ... and he's blind

A blind army veteran who holds the world speed record for blindfold motorcycle riding says he wants to break the 200mph barrier on his machine. Billy Baxter, 53, Llandudno’s town crier, has worked for the Blind Veterans UK charity for 16 years and holds

Sunday, 05:26 in Regional
 
Pyramid round-up: all the action below the Welsh Premier

Pyramid round-up: all the action below the Welsh Premier

Huws Gray Alliance Porthmadog are top of the Huws Gray Alliance on goal difference after romping to a 7-1 victory at newly-promoted Llandudno Junction. After a tight first half which ended 2-1 to the visitors, Craig Papirnyk's side turned on the style fo

Sunday, 03:27 in Sport
 
North Wales football results - weekend August 18 and 19

North Wales football results - weekend August 18 and 19

Saturday, August 19 JD Welsh Premier League Connah's Quay Nomads 3 Carmarthen Town 1, Cardiff Met 3 Bangor City 1, Prestatyn Town 1 Barry Town United 0, The New Saints 3 Bala Town 0. Huws Gray Alliance Caernarfon Town 1 Holyhead Hotspur 2, Flint Town Uni

Saturday, 23:52 in Sport
 

What's being done about doggers targeting North Wales' beauty spots?

Several North Wales beauty spots, landmarks and popular attractions have been rated as dogging hot spots - and it's likely you have been to at least one of them. An online community over a number of Internet forums and websites reveal the locations and r

Saturday, 21:09 in Hot News
 
Wrexham player ratings in defeat at Maidstone

Wrexham player ratings in defeat at Maidstone

Wrexham’s Saturday troubles continued as they lost on the weekend for the third time this season. Alex Reid had put the Dragons ahead before goals from Alex Wynter and Jack Richards gave the home side the win. Here Post sport writer Rob Griffiths casts h

Saturday, 18:21 in Sport
 
Maidstone United 2 Wrexham 1: nine-man Dragons tumble to defeat in Kent

Maidstone United 2 Wrexham 1: nine-man Dragons tumble to defeat in Kent

Nine-man Wrexham saw their Saturday woes continue as they went down to a disappointing 2-1 loss at Maidstone United. A third Saturday of the season resulted in a third successive defeat for Dean Keates’ side, who finished with nine men after red cards we

Saturday, 17:57 in Sport
 


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