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Bear Grylls says North Wales is his favourite place in UK

TV adventurer Bear Grylls has admitted his favourite place in the UK is North Wales. The survival expert shared his love for the region on social media with over one million of his fans. With a photograph of him in the mountains of Snowdonia, he wrote: “

Tuesday, 15:48 in Regional
 
Mother's Day flowers from the supermarkets - including Tesco, M&S, Aldi, Waitrose and more

Mother's Day flowers from the supermarkets - including Tesco, M&S, Aldi, Waitrose and more

Mother's Day - Sunday, March 26 - is all about showing your mum just how special she is. So why not brighten up her day with a lovely bunch of flowers? Take a look at some of our best picks of bouquets and baskets available to buy in the supermarkets. Pi

Tuesday, 15:45 in Hot News
 
Ex-squaddie dressed as Gaddafi who bit man's ear clean off jailed

Ex-squaddie dressed as Gaddafi who bit man's ear clean off jailed

An ex-squaddie who was on a night out dressed up as Colonel Gaddafi when he bit a man’s ear off has been jailed. Geraint Jones attacked Gwynant Jones while out celebrating Halloween. He had denied grievous bodily harm with intent but admitted GBH. His vi

Tuesday, 15:30 in Regional North West
 

Bastian Schweinsteiger leaves Manchester United FC after failing to win over Jose Mourinho

Bastian Schweinsteiger is heading to Chicago Fire having failed to win over Jose Mourinho, with Germany head coach Joachim Low suggesting Manchester United made a mistake in not utilising the midfielder. What has long felt like an inevitable conclusion w

Tuesday, 15:16 in Sport
 

Inspector Morse creator Colin Dexter dies aged 86

Inspector Morse author Colin Dexter has died aged 86. A statement from his publisher, Macmillan, said: "With immense sadness, Macmillan announces the death of Colin Dexter, who died peacefully at home in Oxford this morning." He was best...

Tuesday, 15:12 in World News
 

Apple launches red iPhone 7 alongside new iPad

Apple has unveiled a new version of its iPad tablet computer and the first red version of the iPhone. The limited edition iPhone 7 is the result of a partnership with Aids charity (PRODUCT)RED, with proceeds from each device sale going towards programs r

Tuesday, 14:45 in World News
 
Friend's desperate bid to save Gwynedd girl who died in Menai suspension bridge fall

Friend's desperate bid to save Gwynedd girl who died in Menai suspension bridge fall

A family friend has told of his desperate attempts to talk a 15-year-old out of taking her own life, just minutes before her body was found in the Menai Strait. Josie Rose James of Clwt y Bont, near Caernarfon, died on August 6, 2015, after two years of

Tuesday, 14:16 in Regional North West
 
Lorry sheds 1.5 tonnes of concrete onto busy road in Deeside

Lorry sheds 1.5 tonnes of concrete onto busy road in Deeside

Up to 1.5 tonnes of concrete fell off the back of a lorry in Deeside today. The lorry - belonging to haulage firm Eric Nicholson - shed two large sections of concrete close to the Deeside industrial estate. It appeared to have been removed from a site, a

Tuesday, 13:03 in Regional North West
 
Mother's Day gift ideas from M&S, Boots, Aldi and more

Mother's Day gift ideas from M&S, Boots, Aldi and more

Mother's Day is on Sunday, March 26 - and although the shops have been inundated with flowers and chocolates for quite some time - most of the nation will leave it until this week to get presents. But you don't need to worry or feel panicked by the prosp

Tuesday, 12:56 in Hot News
 
The minimum wage and the living wage are set to rise in April - here's what you need to know

The minimum wage and the living wage are set to rise in April - here's what you need to know

The minimum wage and the living wage will rise on April 1, in line with Chancellor Philip Hammond's Spring Budget. Changes will mean a 4% pay rise for workers 25 and over - this means if you work full time, doing a 38-hour week, you will be £500 better o

Tuesday, 12:54 in World News
 

First UK 'lunar impact flash' recorded by Aberystwyth scientists

Space scientists have reported what they believe to be the first sighting of a “lunar impact flash” to be recorded in the British Isles. The flash was recorded on the Moon’s southern hemisphere and was probably caused by a small meteorite the size of a g

Tuesday, 12:34 in Regional North West
 
Robbery arrest of woman sacked in slimming shop 'fat ***t' row

Robbery arrest of woman sacked in slimming shop 'fat ***t' row

A former Wrexham health shop manager sacked for calling a customer a fat **t has been arrested on suspicion of robbery. Katie Tilsley, 34, was initially held over allegations of an assault on a man at the Go Bronze tanning salon in Brook Street. A robber

Tuesday, 12:07 in Regional North West
 
Fears grow for Llanddulas schoolgirl, 11, missing from her home

Fears grow for Llanddulas schoolgirl, 11, missing from her home

Police are growing increasingly concerned for a missing schoolgirl. Mia Elliot, 11, disappeared from her home in Llanddulas some time between 8pm on Monday and 7.30am today. Officers are appealing for the public’s help to make sure Mia is found safe and

Tuesday, 12:07 in Regional North West
 

Porthmadog luxury lodge maker saved from administration - securing 160 jobs

More than 150 jobs have been secured after a luxury lodge maker was saved from administration. Cambrian Park and Leisure Homes Limited went into administration after suffering losses and cash-flow pressures after a move to a new purpose built manufacturi

Tuesday, 12:07 in Regional North West
 

Betsi Cadwaladr waiting times 'getting worse' since Welsh Government stepped in to rescue health board

Health services in North Wales have been "getting worse" since the Welsh Government stepped in to rescue the failing Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board. It was put under government supervision in June 2015 but according to Aberconwy AM...

Tuesday, 11:26 in Regional North West
 


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