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How eviction and the building of Beaumaris Castle led to the creation of Newborough

A new project aims to find out more about one of Anglesey’s historic settlements, set up after native men and women were kicked out of their homes to make way for one of Edward I’s imposing ring of castles. While many may consider North Wales’ medieval t

Thursday, 07:26 in Regional North West
Gwynedd cellist, 8, one of the youngest musicians to join prestigious orchestra

Gwynedd cellist, 8, one of the youngest musicians to join prestigious orchestra

An eight-year-old girl has become the youngest-ever pupil from Gwynedd to be accepted into the Children’s Training Orchestra of Great Britain. Esther Llugwy Parry, from Tregarth, near Bethesda attended an audition in London in May and was selected to joi

Thursday, 05:25 in Regional North West

'What's wrong with you muppets'...boy's incredulous commentary to unbelievably bad overtaking on A470

A man and his son were so shocked by the unbelievably bad driving they witnessed on the A470 that they decided to capture it for posterity. Carl Mahoney was driving southbound from Blaenau Ffestiniog, with his son when they both watched a number of 4x4s

Thursday, 05:25 in Regional North West
This Gwynedd bank could become a restaurant under new proposal

This Gwynedd bank could become a restaurant under new proposal

A former NatWest bank in a Gwynedd town could be transformed into a restaurant and flats. The bank in Bala closed back in 2015 and the building has been empty since then. Now plans are in to transform the site into a restaurant - creating jobs in the tow

Thursday, 05:25 in Regional North West
Females in Football Focus: Top shots from the 2016/17 season

Females in Football Focus: Top shots from the 2016/17 season

Women's football coverage on the Daily Post website would not be the same without a regular flow of fabulous photographs. A number of freelance snappers provide us with many magical images throughout the season and we are indebted to them for their kindn

Thursday, 03:17 in Sport
Football: Rhyl's Paige Williams is rewarded for a tremendous season

Football: Rhyl's Paige Williams is rewarded for a tremendous season

Meet Paige Williams - the first Dave Jones Daily Post North Wales Young Women's Player of the Season. Paige, 17, had an outstanding first campaign for Rhyl in the Welsh Premier Women's League, playing a key role in the team's successful quest to secure t

Thursday, 00:08 in Sport

Work finally starts on long-awaited £5m Flintshire crematorium

Work has finally started on a long-awaited £5 million crematorium. Memoria Ltd held a turf cutting ceremony at the site near Connah’s Quay to mark the start of the build, which had been held up by a three-year long legal battle. Memoria, who also have a

Wednesday, 19:54 in Regional North West

Coronation Street insider: Eva Price drops a baby bombshell

Coronation Street’s Eva Price will soon make a devastating discovery that her fiancé, Aidan Connor, has been doing the dirty on her with best pal Maria Connor. However, the unlucky-in-love barmaid, played by actress Catherine Tyldesley, has her own shock

Wednesday, 18:26 in Hot News

When can a dog legally be shot?

Six in 10 dog attacks on sheep are carried out with the pet's owner standing nearby, a major survey has revealed. Farmers say that the message of just how dangerous canines can be still isn't getting across despite numerous appeals. The National Sheep As

Wednesday, 17:48 in Regional

Armed nuclear power station cop 'fiddled energy bills invoices'

An armed policeman stationed at a nuclear power station fraudulently claimed more than £1,100 in expenses for accommodation and energy bills, a court has heard. Daniel William Fazakerley was a constable with the Civil Nuclear Constabularly (CNC), the gro

Wednesday, 17:23 in Regional North West

Flint tower blocks not refurbished with same cladding as Grenfell Tower

Safe materials were used to clad three tower blocks in Flint during their recent refurbishment, a council has reassured. It comes after concerns were raised following last week’s Grenfell Tower fire tragedy in Kensington, which killed at least 79 people.

Wednesday, 17:23 in Regional North West

Wildlife groups fear for rare species if Wylfa Newydd nuclear power plant is built

Nature lovers have drawn up battle lines over Anglesey’s planned nuclear power station amid fears that rare species will be put at risk. North Wales Wildlife Trust (NWWT) said current proposals for Wylfa Newydd are “damaging” and could jeopardise Wales’

Wednesday, 17:20 in Regional

Primark launches kids summer collection - and it's adorable

If you're taking your little one on a family holiday this summer then you don't have to break the bank to buy their clothes. Primark has launched a children's range full of shorts, T-shirts, dresses, shoes and even beach bags. There's also colourful swim

Wednesday, 17:13 in Hot News

Speeding driver clocked doing 115mph on the Felinheli bypass

A contractor caught hurtling along the Felinheli bypass at 115 miles per hour has been banned from driving. Steven Tudor Davies, 38, admitted travelling at almost double the road’s 60mph speed limit. Davies, of Machlud Haul, Llanengan near Pwllheli, plea

Wednesday, 16:57 in Regional North West

Manchester United told 'hands off' in hunt for Bayern Munich striker

Manchester United are continuing the hunt to bolster their ranks, but have been given a hands off warning from Bayern Munich. Rarely does a transfer window go by that Poland striker Robert Lewandowski isn’t linked with a move to Old Trafford. But the Ger

Wednesday, 16:40 in Sport

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