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Runny eggs back on the menu 30 years after salmonella scare

Runny eggs have been declared safe to eat, nearly 30 years after a nationwide salmonella scare. New advice says eggs bearing the “Lion Mark” can now safely be consumed by vulnerable groups, including infants, children, pregnant women and the elderly....

Wednesday, 13:50 in Hot News

Primark is selling Disney Halloween costumes for adults

Budget high street store Primark is selling Disney costumes for Halloween. The outfits are especially for grown ups, so you can feel like a real life princess or villain no matter what your age and height. Savvy shoppers posted an image of the...

Wednesday, 13:50 in Hot News

Real Madrid 'could be about to sell' Manchester United FC target Gareth Bale

Manchester United may have received a boost in the pursuit of long-time target Gareth Bale . The Welshman has been on United’s wanted list for a number of years with Jose Mourinho saying he would be in for Bale if he was available report the MEN....

Wednesday, 13:42 in Sport

Bat monitors stolen from Caernarfon

Thieves have stolen a number of bat monitoring devices from Caernarfon. The equipment was taken from a car in the area overnight between Tuesday and Wednesday last week. Among the technical gear were three Batscanner stereos, two Batbox iii, and four...

Wednesday, 13:41 in Regional North West

10,000 people applied to work at Toyota...25 years on some of those still remain

When Toyota arrived in North Wales 25 years ago, an astonishing 10,000 people applied to work at the Deeside engine plant. Toyota’s decision to establish a manufacturing operation in the UK was announced in 1989 and three years later engine production...

Wednesday, 13:01 in Business

Man rammed girlfriend's car off road when she caught him at his ex's house

A man who lost his temper when he was caught by his partner leaving his ex-girlfriend’s house has been jailed for repeatedly ramming her car in a road rage attack. Trone Horsfield used his Volvo to push Kirsty Buckley’s Audi A3 along the road while he...

Wednesday, 12:41 in Regional North West

Jurgen Klopp's plans thrown into turmoil by Sadio Mane's injury

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp ’s plans for the pending visit of arch-rivals Manchester United have been thrown into turmoil after Sadio Mane was ruled out for up to six weeks. The Senegal international sustained a hamstring injury against Cape Verde...

Wednesday, 12:33 in Sport

Caught On Camera: Can you help police trace any of these men?

These are the faces of men police would like your help to trace. Cases relate to alleged offences in Abergele and Caernarfon. Caught on Camera: Police seek men over Anglesey pub brawl The first shows three men being sought by officers to assist with...

Wednesday, 12:30 in Regional North West

Watch the astonishing 'ghost goal' which knocked former Everton FC keeper out of the World Cup

Former Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard’s USA failed to qualify for the World Cup finals for the first time in over 30 years after they lost 2-1 to Trinidad and an amazing ‘ghost’ goal was awarded to Panama in their clash with Costa Rica. The ‘goal’...

Wednesday, 12:11 in Sport

Jose Mourinho shrugs off loss of Marouane Fellaini for trip to Liverpool FC

Jose Mourinho insists the loss of Marouane Fellaini is not an issue ahead of Manchester United ’s trip to Liverpool on Saturday. Belgium midfielder Fellaini suffered a knee injury while on international duty last week and could be out for at least a...

Wednesday, 12:11 in Sport

First hurdle to legalise cannabis cleared

A prominent Welsh MP has past the first stage in his fight to legalise cannabis for medical purposes in the UK. Introducing his bill, Paul Flynn, who represents Newport West, told his colleagues it would be an act of “compassion and courage ” to...

Wednesday, 12:07 in World News

National Grid urged to pay towards Menai Crossing instead of 'wasting millions' on underwater tunnel

The National Grid should pay towards the cost of a new £200m Menai crossing rather than ‘wasting millions’ on an underground tunnel to carry cables under the strait. The claim comes from Anglesey’s Assembly Member following confirmation that proposals...

Wednesday, 11:58 in Regional North West

Two taken to hospital after multi-vehicle crashes near Dobshill A55

The emergency services were called to deal with two separate multi-vehicle crashes this morning near the same stretch of the A55. The collisions, which were around 40 minutes apart, took place near junction 35 at Dobshill. Motorists faced lengthy...

Wednesday, 11:51 in Regional North West

Manhunt for fugitive who made threats to kill

Police are looking for a man who threatened to kill someone and caused criminal damage. Ben Rogers, 28, is wanted over incidents in Bangor on October 5. But detectives say he is "avoiding" police and have issued an appeal in the hope the...

Wednesday, 11:28 in Regional North West

'We fled danger in Pakistan ... now our family back home worries for our safety here' says shopkeeper thug...

A shopkeeper who has had to deal with constant racist abuse says he is thinking of selling up because he can’t tolerate it any more. Imtiaz ul Haq was nearly killed during a robbery back in 2016 that was not racially motivated, but says he has been a...

Wednesday, 11:19 in Regional North West

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