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SMEs are lifeblood of the North Wales is time to celebrate their success

SMEs across North Wales can shout about their success by entering the Daily Post Business Awards 2017. The aim of the prestigious awards – backed by Bangor University – is to find the area’s high-flying firms and talented business people. There are 10 ca

Wednesday, 12:29 in Business

Everton FC's unhappy recent record in the League Cup

Everton have not enjoyed the best of times in the League Cup in recent seasons. Crashing out early in the competition has become a somewhat familiar issue for the Blues, something they will need to be mindful of ahead of Wednesday’s meeting with Sunderla

Wednesday, 11:45 in Sport

Wrexham AFC's Marcus Kelly not interested in the National League table just yet

Marcus Kelly is not reading anything into the National League table as Wrexham gear up for their first local derby of the season. Wrexham, who sit in ninth place, but are only two points behind early leaders Aldershot Town, travel to take on a Tranmere R

Wednesday, 11:27 in Sport

Is Anglesey Aluminium jobs legacy at risk of meltdown?

When Anglesey Aluminium closed its site in Holyhead there was a commitment of a ‘jobs’ legacy to bring new work into the port town. The closure of smelting (2009) and then re-melt (2013) operations in the town after nearly 40 years saw more than 500 well

Wednesday, 10:51 in Regional North West

Tata Steel moves to merge with German metal giant

Tata Steel and German firm Thyssenkrupp have taken the first step towards a merger deal by signing a memorandum of understanding. The companies said the move will lead to the creation of a leading European steel enterprise. Merger talks started around 18

Wednesday, 10:45 in Business

Qatar Airways to have double beds and private areas on Boeing 777 service

Qatar Airlines has claimed to have the world's first double beds in business class. They claim this will take the passenger experience "to a new level" on flights from London to Doha. Qatar Airways customers in adjoining seats can create...

Wednesday, 10:39 in World News

Michael Carrick still has important role at Manchester United

Jose Mourinho insists Michael Carrick has an important role to play at Manchester United, despite not having played a minute of competitive football since being named captain. The long-serving 36-year-old was named skipper after all-time top scorer Wayne

Wednesday, 10:21 in Sport

Boss of Bangor car dealership that left customers £1m out of pocket is banned from running firms

The boss of a car dealership which left people nearly £1m out of pocket has been disqualified from running a company for 10 years. Gwyn Merion Roberts was a director of Menai Vehicle Solutions, which took money from customers but then didn’t provide the

Wednesday, 09:56 in Regional North West

Australian recycling firm could create 140 jobs in North Wales

An Australian recycling firm wants to change plastic into fuel in a development that could create 140 jobs in North Wales. The Foy Group is hoping to build a plastic reprocessing facility in Flintshire. This would create 100 roles during the two year con

Wednesday, 09:56 in Regional North West

Liverpool FC boss feeling 'sick' after League Cup exit

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp defended his decision to substitute Philippe Coutinho but admitted he has been left feeling “sick” by the Reds after their Carabao Cup exit at Leicester. The Foxes dumped Liverpool out in the third round after Shinji Okazaki a

Wednesday, 09:35 in Sport

Everton FC's 'game changing' stadium will provide £1BILLION boost to city

A ‘game changer’ is how the project to build Everton’s proposed new stadium has been hailed with reports suggesting the Bramley Moore Dock development will provide a whopping £1BILLION boost to the local economy. The new stadium is due to be completed by

Wednesday, 09:35 in Sport

Caernarfon man who taunted police on Facebook saying 'can't catch me' arrested

A wanted man who taunted police on their own Facebook page has been arrested. Martin Tate, 31, from Caernarfon , was wanted by North Wales Police on suspicion of assault. Last week the force issued a public appeal to find him asking "where's he...

Wednesday, 09:18 in Regional North West

Here's how to get tickets for one of Jessie J's three UK gigs

Jessie J is set to visit three UK venues next month as part of a month-long world tour - and tickets go on sale this morning. The Price Tag singer who has taken a lengthy break from the spotlight is now making a comeback with new single Think About That.

Wednesday, 08:06 in Hot News

226 dead after 7.1 magnitude earthquake in Mexico on Tuesday

Mexico's civil defence agency has said the death toll has risen to 226 from Tuesday's magnitude 7.1 earthquake that knocked down dozens of buildings in Mexico City and nearby states. Twenty-two bodies were pulled from rubble at a school in Mexico City, w

Wednesday, 07:52 in World News

Top stories from Britain and around the world - PM gives tech giants one month to move on terror propaganda

PM GIVES TECH GIANTS ONE MONTH TO MOVE ON TERROR PROPAGANDA Internet companies are being given one month to show they are taking serious action to limit the availability of terrorist propaganda online. At a special meeting in New York on Wednesday, world

Wednesday, 07:52 in World News

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