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Former GHA Coaches workers win compensation payout 'after losing jobs with no warning'

Former GHA Coaches workers win compensation payout 'after losing jobs with no warning'

More than 180 former GHA Coaches employees have won a group compensation claim over the way they lost their jobs. Over 300 people were made redundant when the Wrexham-based firm went into administration last July. Employment lawyers at JMW Solicitors LLP

Thursday, 16:23 in Regional North West
 
Lost Anglesey village buried under sand for centuries set to be uncovered

Lost Anglesey village buried under sand for centuries set to be uncovered

Researchers are hoping to uncover a lost medieval village buried in sand on Anglesey. Archaeologists believe the Newborough Warren area has been inhabited since Roman times and have found suggestions nearby of a small medieval village. They believe it ma

Thursday, 15:49 in Regional North West
 
Flintshire pub set for £300K revamp to make it 'the place to go'

Flintshire pub set for £300K revamp to make it 'the place to go'

Work is underway on the £300,000 refurbishment of The Griffin Inn pub in Mynydd Isa, near Mold. Located on Mold Road, The Griffin Inn is being rejuvenated by pub group Punch both inside and out to create a "vibrant community drinking...

Thursday, 15:32 in Regional North West
 
Everton FC a step closer to building new stadium

Everton FC a step closer to building new stadium

Everton have taken a significant step towards their goal of building a new stadium on the banks of the River Mersey after securing a deal to acquire land in the city. Post Sport understands an agreement has been reached for a site at Bramley Moore Dock,

Thursday, 15:32 in Sport
 
Wales not worried about walking suspension tightrope says Ben Davies

Wales not worried about walking suspension tightrope says Ben Davies

Ben Davies insists Wales are not bothered by the World Cup suspension tightrope that five of their players will be walking against the Republic of Ireland. Davies joins talisman Gareth Bale, skipper Ashley Williams, Joe Allen and Joe Ledley in being one

Thursday, 15:06 in Sport
 
We must shackle Wales star Gareth Bale like we did Zlatan Ibrahimovic in the summer

We must shackle Wales star Gareth Bale like we did Zlatan Ibrahimovic in the summer

Seamus Coleman has challenged the Republic of Ireland to do to Gareth Bale what they did to Zlatan Ibrahimovic at Euro 2016 to strengthen their grip on World Cup qualification. Much of the talk in the days building up to Friday night’s showdown with Wale

Thursday, 14:49 in Sport
 
Birth defect virus warning after birth of Conwy two-headed lamb

Birth defect virus warning after birth of Conwy two-headed lamb

Farmers are being warned to test their livestock for a virus that causes birth defects in livestock. Lambing flocks across the country are experiencing higher than normal losses from deformed lambs, while early calving herds are also yielding calves with

Thursday, 14:32 in Regional North West
 
Manchester United's number one target could leave Atletico Madrid this summer

Manchester United's number one target could leave Atletico Madrid this summer

Manchester United’s pursuit of Antoine Griezmann took an unexpected turn on Thursday with Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone admitting the player could leave at any time. Jose Mourinho has seemingly made Griezmann his number one summer target as he lo

Thursday, 14:27 in Sport
 

Take a look at what rundown Denbighshire railway shed will look like after £1.2m revamp

This is the first glimpse of what a rundown railway shed will be transformed into after a £1.2m revamp. Images and videos released by charitable housing association Grŵp Cynefin open the door on the revamp of the Grade II listed Meliden Goods Shed. Y She

Thursday, 14:26 in Regional North West
 
Liverpool FC and Joe Hart are a 'good fit' - because Reds are not at the top level

Liverpool FC and Joe Hart are a 'good fit' - because Reds are not at the top level

Ray Parlour has had a thin veiled dig at Liverpool while recommending England number one goalkeeper Joe Hart move to the Anfield club. The former Arsenal cult hero believes Hart would be a ‘good fit’ for Hart, currently on loan at Serie A side Torino, be

Thursday, 13:55 in Sport
 
Liverpool FC youngsters told to take their chance by boss Jurgen Klopp

Liverpool FC youngsters told to take their chance by boss Jurgen Klopp

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has urged the club’s youngsters to seize their chance to impress him on their Tenerife training camp. On a similar trip to the Canary Islands a year ago under-23 midfielder Ovie Ejaria caught the German’s eye and was reward

Thursday, 13:55 in Sport
 
Double joy for Flintshire masters and their butcher apprentice

Double joy for Flintshire masters and their butcher apprentice

The year has begun where 2016 finished for Flintshire butcher Peter Rushforth, who has added yet another award to his trophy cabinet. He was named Higher Apprentice of the Year at the inaugural Apprenticeship, Employment and Skills Awards, organised by C

Thursday, 13:39 in Regional
 

Dementia patients unearth Civil War treasures

Residents with dementia at a North Wales care home have discovered they have a flare for searching for buried treasure. They are using metal detectors to unearth artefacts near to Bodlondeb, a specialist dementia centre in Wrexham. So far they have found

Thursday, 13:04 in Regional North West
 
Anglesey courier deliver farm vet supplies around the clock

Anglesey courier deliver farm vet supplies around the clock

Vital supplies for farm vets are being kept on the road by North Wales delivery firm Delsol. Each week the courier company transports around 40 tonnes of pallets and parcels for Bimeda, which makes and distributes animal health products and veterinary ph

Thursday, 13:01 in Regional
 
Snowdonia's young farmers face trial by maggots

Snowdonia's young farmers face trial by maggots

Eryri YFC’s 2017 Humorous Eisteddfod was not for the faint-hearted. Among the challenges facing the county’s young farmers was a bowl of maggots . Holding their nerves were members of Caernarfon YFC, who emerged triumphant for the second year running at

Thursday, 12:44 in Regional
 


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