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Rashford: Manchester United owe Chelsea one

Marcus Rashford is hoping to avenge Manchester United's Stamford Bridge humiliation when they face Chelsea in the FA Cup quarter-finals. Jose Mourinho's return to his old stomping ground in October started badly and only got worse as the most successful

Monday, 15:59 in Sport
 

Whoa! Tom Jones plays Delamere Forest this summer - here's how to get tickets

Tom Jones is coming to a forest near you this summer. Unfortunately he will not be returning to North Wales, but the Pontypridd star will perform near by at Delamere Forest, Frodsham, in Cheshire on Saturday, July 1. The What’s New Pussycat singer has an

Monday, 15:22 in Hot News
 

European workers urge Theresa May to end uncertainty over right to stay

Workers including nurses, charity staff and teaching assistants have voiced fears about their future status during a protest over their right to remain in the UK. Scores of foreign nationals lobbied MPs in Parliament as they urged the Government to guara

Monday, 15:09 in World News
 

Two senior UKIP officials quit over party's 'insensitivity' about Hillsborough

Two senior Ukip officials in Liverpool have quit over the party's "crass insensitivity" over the Hillsborough tragedy. Stuart Monkcom, the chairman of leader Paul Nuttall's own branch in Liverpool, and Adam Heatherington, chairman of the...

Monday, 15:09 in World News
 
Gwynedd beach boss says Borth-y-Gest debris left by revellers worst so far

Gwynedd beach boss says Borth-y-Gest debris left by revellers worst so far

The man in charge of beaches in Gwynedd has blasted those responsible for leaving a trail of devastation on the sands at Borth y Gest this weekend. Glass, cans, bottles and even used condoms were found strewn at Borth-y-Gest near Porthmadog on Sunday, fo

Monday, 14:58 in Regional North West
 

Snow, heavy rain and 50mph winds to return to North Wales

Gusts of up to 50mph are forecast to hit North Wales on Thursday. A low pressure system will move across the United Kingdom on Thursday, bringing with it strong winds and heavy rain. The weather front will even bring some snow for Scotland, Northern Engl

Monday, 14:58 in Regional North West
 
Llangollen wood 'saved by community' left looking 'like hurricane had hit' after trees felled

Llangollen wood 'saved by community' left looking 'like hurricane had hit' after trees felled

Locals who paid £38,000 towards the upkeep of their woodland say it looks like it’s been “hit by a hurricane.” The residents of Llangollen raised concerns after trees were felled at Pen y Coed wood by The Woodland Trust. They say it is “a mess” with timb

Monday, 13:50 in Regional North West
 

Woman in court over assisting Old Colwyn murder accused

A woman appeared in court today accused of helping one of the suspects in the murder of a Colwyn Bay man. Susannah Buckley, 40, of Belgrave Road, Colwyn Bay , was alleged to have helped Dean Cody remove a vehicle. Magistrates at Llandudno bailed Buckley

Monday, 13:41 in Regional North West
 
There's just one rare £5 note worth £50,000 left to be found and you could have it

There's just one rare £5 note worth £50,000 left to be found and you could have it

Last year it was reported that four rare five pound notes worth £50,000 were in circulation across the UK. Three have already been found with latest being discovered in a small bar in Northern Ireland. This means there is just one note left to be found a

Monday, 13:41 in World News
 
Thieves steal safe from Bangor-on-Dee pub

Thieves steal safe from Bangor-on-Dee pub

Three men broke into a pub last night and made off with a safe which contained the weekend's takings. The raiders were seen gaining entry to the Buck House Hotel on the High Street in Bangor-on-Dee in Wrexham at 12.01am today. Thoughts with the team @Buc

Monday, 13:40 in Regional
 

Salvage Hunter star Drew Prichard puts family home in North Wales up for sale

A TV antiques dealer has put his beloved family home on the market. After 20 years living in his restored chapel in the Conwy Valley, Drew Pritchard is now looking to sell-up and downsize. The five-bedroom, three bathroom property includes a number of un

Monday, 13:40 in Regional
 
 Wrexham AFC are a good side, we had to keep ourselves in the game

"Wrexham AFC are a good side, we had to keep ourselves in the game"

Gary Waddock was magnanimous in victory as his Aldershot side ended Wrexham’s six-game unbeaten streak, but paid tribute to the Dragons and their manager Dean Keates. Second half goals from Scott Rendell and Jim Kellermann proved to be the difference bet

Monday, 13:11 in Sport
 
How can we alter farming practices in upland Wales to ensure its survival?

How can we alter farming practices in upland Wales to ensure its survival?

Upland farming in Wales is at a crossroads as it confronts the challenges posed by Brexit, conference organisers believe. Eifiona Thomas Lane, an environmental management lecturer at Bangor University, believes the sector’s future is “hanging in the bala

Monday, 13:09 in Regional
 
Wrexham AFC players and staff sign up to Supporters Trust

Wrexham AFC players and staff sign up to Supporters Trust

Adhering to the banner of ‘one team’, Wrexham players and staff have pledged their commitment to the cause after signing up as Supporters Trust members. As a fan owned club Wrexham AFC have strived to live and work under the banner ‘one team’, and the pl

Monday, 12:55 in Sport
 
Aldershot defeat is a sign of how far Wrexham AFC still need to go

Aldershot defeat is a sign of how far Wrexham AFC still need to go

Wrexham’s six-game unbeaten run came to an end on Saturday as they went down to a 2-0 loss at home to genuine play-off contenders Aldershot. Second half goals from Scott Rendell and Jim Kellermann saw the Shots claim all three points at the Racecourse. H

Monday, 12:55 in Sport
 


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