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The Queen's hat at Parliament State Opening looked remarkably like the EU flag

The Queen's hat at the State Opening of Parliament has sparked humorous comparisons to the European flag on Twitter. Delphinium blue and adorned with a cluster of matching flowers with bright yellow centres, the hat was designed by the Queen's trusted pe

Wednesday, 14:32 in World News

Connah's Quay murder police arrest woman

A woman has been arrested in connection with the murder of Matthew Cassidy in Flintshire. The 19-year-old woman from Connah’s Quay was arrested this morning on suspicion of conspiracy to commit murder. She is currently in custody in St Asaph. Police offi

Wednesday, 14:25 in Regional North West

The Dragon roars...Wales takes turn in spotlight in bid to boost exports and tourism visitors

Wales is being put on the global map with its raised profile helping boost exports and draw in visitors and inward investment. The country has lagged behind Celtic cousins Ireland and Scotland when it comes to international presence – which has given tho

Wednesday, 14:25 in Regional North West

How does Liverpool FC target Mohamed Salah compare to Reds stars?

Liverpool are edging closer to making Mohamed Salah their second signing of the summer. But how does the Egypt international winger match up against the three players he is likely to be joining at Anfield next season? Here Andy Kelly takes a closer look

Wednesday, 14:15 in Sport

Jose Mourinho will turn Manchester United back into contenders

Denis Irwin believes Jose Mourinho is capable of reigniting Manchester United’s fortunes and turning them back into a contender for the Premier League. The Red Devils have fallen off the pace as challengers for the title in recent years, the last time th

Wednesday, 14:15 in Sport

Llandudno's 'donkey man' pocked charity cash

A man who used to pose for visitors along with his miniature horse in Llandudno has admitted pocketing cash he collected for charity. Gareth Blyth would pose in military costume – a replica of a uniform worn by a regiment disbanded after the First World

Wednesday, 14:08 in Regional North West

Top psychiatrist slams Netflix drama 13 Reasons Why for 'sensationalising' teenage suicide

A leading pscyhiatrist has slammed a popular Netflix drama for “sensationalising” teen suicide. Dr Alys Cole-King, a consultant psychiatrist for Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, is encouraging teenagers with suicidal thoughts to seek support afte

Wednesday, 14:08 in Regional North West
A5 Chirk repair work delayed as contractors work to install anti-terror measures in London

A5 Chirk repair work delayed as contractors work to install anti-terror measures in London

The A5, which has been shut after a crash, is not expected to fully re-open until Friday – because contractors are busy in London following the terror attacks. A woman had to be cut free from her vehicle on Monday evening (June 19) after crashing through

Wednesday, 13:45 in Regional North West

Could you pass the UK Citizenship test? One in three will fail

Think you are a true Brit? Do you know the difference between King Arthur and King Alfred? Then prove it with the UK citizenship test. Formally known as the Life in the UK test, would-be British citizens have to sit the exam to be eligible to settle in t

Wednesday, 13:35 in Hot News

First 'truly Welsh' pine marten born in Mid Wales woodlands

The rarest mammal in Wales has just become a little more commonplace. Five pine martens have given birth this year – and one is known to have had a litter of three kits. And for conservationists, the really exciting news is at least one female, brought t

Wednesday, 13:07 in Regional

Rare turtle found washed up on Anglesey 'loving the sunshine' at new Gran Canaria home

A rare sea turtle found close to death after being stranded on the Menai Strait has been “sunbathing” at her new home in Gran Canaria. Menai, an Olive Ridley turtle, was found metres away from the Anglesey Sea Zoo at Brynsiencyn in November last year. On

Wednesday, 12:34 in Regional North West

Bank and courthouse that hosted bear baiting fans and has its own gallows...could now be yours

A bank and former courthouse that still has its own gallows has been put up for sale. The current Old Court House in Ruthin was built in 1401 on the remnants of the building destroyed by Owain Glyndwr's troops when he triggered the Welsh rebellion agains

Wednesday, 12:34 in Regional North West

Liverpool FC: The latest on Mohamed Salah's transfer

Mohamed Salah’s medical at Liverpool is now likely to take place on Thursday after it was reported the Egyptian is still to arrive in Liverpool. Salah has been a top target for Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp this summer as the Reds look to bolster their squ

Wednesday, 12:05 in Sport
Disney princess Ariel topless Asda T-shirt stuns customer

Disney princess Ariel topless Asda T-shirt stuns customer

A shopper was left shocked after spotting a child’s swimming costume branded with a Disney princess who appeared to be topless. Chelsee Mosson, a 22 year-old from Tamworth was at her local branch of ASDA when she spotted the costume which displayed a pic

Wednesday, 12:04 in World News

New health scare for Prince Philip

The Duke of Edinburgh is in hospital today after contracting an infection, it has been revealed. The news comes just six weeks after it was announced that Prince Philip would be retiring from public duties later this summer. A statement released by Bucki

Wednesday, 12:04 in World News

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