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Donald Trump is an Anglophobe, claims mixed-up UKIP leader Paul Nuttall

Ukip leader Paul Nuttall has slipped up by describing US President-elect Donald Trump as an Anglophobe rather than an Anglophile. Mr Nuttall made the gaffe as he praised the Republican as a friend of Britain while pressing for closer trade links with the

Tuesday, 11:58 in World News
 
Scrapping swans stop traffic in Rhyl

Scrapping swans stop traffic in Rhyl

A pair of scrapping swans stopped traffic in Rhyl after wandering into the road. Samantha Blackall stopped to take pictures as a Scottish Power contractor pulled over and used his jacket to guide them back onto the pavement on Cefndy Road yesterday. The

Tuesday, 11:57 in Regional North West
 

'Knock them down' Flintshire MP tells council in Bagillt homes 'eye-sore' war

Delyn MP David Hanson has asked Flintshire Council ’s boss when an “eye-sore” Bagillt housing development will be knocked down. In a letter to the county’s chief executive Colin Everett, seen by the Daily Post, Mr Hanson highlights long-standing complain

Tuesday, 11:39 in Regional
 

Airbus A350-900 flight from Singapore to Texas makes historic touchdown at Manchester Airport

A landing that was 10 years in the making was watched by proud wing makers from Flintshire’s Broughton Airbus factory at Manchester Airport this morning. The A350-900 flight from Singapore to Houston, Texas, gracefully touched down for its scheduled turn

Tuesday, 11:39 in Regional
 
Man killed in Broughton A5104 crash suffered multiple organ failure

Man killed in Broughton A5104 crash suffered multiple organ failure

A Broughton man who was killed after being hit by a Transit van suffered multiple organ failure. An inquest opening into the death of Paul Michael Sadler heard he died two days after the accident on the A5104 in Broughton at the junction with Queens Way.

Tuesday, 10:51 in Regional North West
 
Colwyn Bay holiday park on market for £1.5m...with permission to knock it down

Colwyn Bay holiday park on market for £1.5m...with permission to knock it down

A holiday park in Colwyn Bay is on the market for £1.5m with permission in place to raze the chalets to the ground. The Nant-y-Glyn holiday park secured planning permission earlier this year to demolish the existing chalets and build a housing developmen

Tuesday, 09:33 in Business
 
The morning news headlines: Theresa May Brexit speech: We do no want 'half in, half out' EU deal; Search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 ends after nearly three years

The morning news headlines: Theresa May Brexit speech: We do no want 'half in, half out' EU deal; Search...

THERESA MAY BREXIT SPEECH: WE DO NOT WANT 'HALF IN, HALF OUT' EU DEAL Theresa May is to give further details of her plans for Brexit in a speech in which she will declare she does not want an outcome which leaves the UK "half in, half out"...

Tuesday, 08:10 in World News
 

£20m Anglesey housing project for more than 120 homes gets underway

A £20m housing project has started on Anglesey with dozens of jobs being created for the construction scheme. Ewloe based Anwyl Homes has commenced work on the new residential development of 123 homes on an 11 acre site on South Stack Road in Holyhead. F

Tuesday, 05:14 in Regional North West
 

Conwy girl who had liver transplant aged two raises cash for hospital that saved her life

A plucky little girl who underwent a liver transplant when she was just two years old, is determined to raise money for the hospital that saved her life. Although Ella Noon is currently not too well, she is planning to run around the Great Orme in Llandu

Tuesday, 05:14 in Regional North West
 

Dazzling Mold Bronze Age treasure shines on new stamp

The dazzling Mold Cape - a Bronze Age garment of pure gold which dates back 3,700 years - will feature on one of eight new stamps celebrating British prehistory. Made by hammering out a 700g (1½lb) ingot of gold, the cape formed the upper part of an elab

Tuesday, 00:19 in Regional North West
 

Mignolet: Why this Liverpool FC team are better primed for title challenge than 13/14 side

Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet believes the fact they are not reliant on one player means the club are better prepared for a title challenge than the last time they were in this situation. In 2013-14 the Reds were pipped to a long-awaited first cham

Monday, 22:41 in Sport
 
Denbighshire care home resident found hanged, inquest hears

Denbighshire care home resident found hanged, inquest hears

A 57-year-old care home resident was discovered hanged, an inquest heard. Susan Moulton, who suffered with learning disabilities and bipolar disorder, had been living at Galltfaenan Hall residential care home in Trefnant near Denbigh for 10 years when sh

Monday, 20:56 in Regional North West
 
Mold teenager locked up for sex with under-age girl

Mold teenager locked up for sex with under-age girl

A man who had sex with an under-aged girl has received a 28-month sentence of youth detention. Reece Charles Wynne, 19, is currently serving a 30-month sentence imposed in October 2015 for robbery, after he met a man for a sexual liaison via the Grindr a

Monday, 20:42 in Regional North West
 
Conwy parents warned after 'attempted child grab' outside school

Conwy parents warned after 'attempted child grab' outside school

Two men reportedly tried to grab a child outside a school in Deganwy this morning. Parents of children at the Conwy village school have been sent a message regarding an "incident" with a silver car. Unconfirmed reports on social media says...

Monday, 19:53 in Regional North West
 

Jules Peters continues to inspire despite breast cancer battle setback

Cancer-stricken Jules Peters is continuing to “shed light, dilute fear and give hope” to sufferers, despite having a bad reaction to treatment. The wife of Alarm frontman, Mike Peters took ill last week during a gruelling bout of chemotherapy. But the 49

Monday, 19:14 in Regional North West
 


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