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See how new police stations are taking shape

Wrexham's iconic police tower site is on the verge of becoming another Lidl supermarket, while work on the new bases elsewhere in the town progresses well. North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Arfon Jones said they were hoping to “exchange...

Sunday, 16:28 in Regional North West

Brighton 1-1 Everton FC: How the players rated

There was late drama at the Amex Stadium as Everton drew 1-1 with Premier League newcomers Brighton. Wayne Rooney struck a 90th minute penalty after Anthony Knockaert had put the hosts ahead eight minutes earlier. Here, Ian Doyle gives his verdict on...

Sunday, 16:03 in Sport

Potentially deadly jellyfish arriving on North Wales beaches ahead of Storm Ophelia

Warnings have been issued after large numbers of potentially deadly Portuguese man o’ war have washed up on a number of beaches in North Wales. Often mistaken for jellyfish, the species of siphonophore, can deliver a painful sting that can result in...

Sunday, 15:35 in Regional North West

Could Liverpool FC face new competition for Virgil van Dijk?

Competition for Virgil van Dijk’s signature, which nobody won in in the summer - could have a new and glamorous entrant. Which could be bad news for Liverpool . The Reds, as we know, are keen to bring the Southampton defender to Anfield - whether in...

Sunday, 14:49 in Sport
AFC Fylde 1-0 Wrexham AFC: How the players rated

AFC Fylde 1-0 Wrexham AFC: How the players rated

Wrexham saw their 10-match unbeaten run come to an end as they crashed out of the FA Cup on Saturday. Danny Rowe’s first half strike gave AFC Fylde the win to send the Coasters to the first round proper of the cup. Here Post sport writer Rob Griffiths...

Sunday, 14:13 in Sport

Lovren: Liverpool FC need to find a cruel streak

Defender Dejan Lovren believes Liverpool have to develop a “cruel” streak in front of goal to get the most out of the good work which is being done. The goalless draw at home to Manchester United meant Jurgen Klopp’s side have scored just twice in...

Sunday, 14:01 in Sport

Jurgen Klopp gives Manchester United FC a backhanded compliment

Not even Barcelona would’ve been able to breakthrough against Manchester United on Saturday says Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp . Aside from a wonder save to deny Joel Matip, David de Gea had a relatively quiet afternoon and the home side managed just...

Sunday, 13:50 in Sport

£67,000 spent shutting down and cleaning up illegal Traveller camps

Unauthorised Traveller camps are costing tax payers tens of thousands of pounds in legal fees, clean-up costs and improving site security, figures have revealed. Scores of gypsy convoys continue to pitch up on car, business and public parks, schools,...

Sunday, 13:14 in Regional North West

How North Wales college has become region's first 5G school

A college in North Wales is on the way to becoming the region’s first paperless school. Myddelton College in Denbigh benefits from 5G wireless technology, which the rest of us won’t start seeing until 2020. Pupils work on tablets which they can write...

Sunday, 13:14 in Regional North West

Anglesey sex doll broken AGAIN after being mauled by over-zealous punters

A sex doll created by an Anglesey inventor malfunctioned after it was groped by crowds on its first public outing. Samatha, the £3,500 creation of Arram Lee Squire, from Holyhead, and his business parter, first broke down at a robotics fair in Austria...

Sunday, 12:30 in Regional North West

Crowds wowed by firework spectacle at Barmouth Bridge 150th anniversary celebrations

A spectacular laser and fireworks show climaxed a week of celebrations to mark the 150th anniversary of an historic North Wales railway bridge. The 700-yard Barmouth Bridge is the longest viaduct in Wales and carries the Cambrian Coast line from...

Sunday, 12:18 in Regional North West

Hurricane Ophelia's tail to lash North Wales with 80mph winds

North Wales is braced for strong winds and heavy rain as the tail end of Hurricane Ophelia is set to sweep across the Irish Sea on Monday. Weather forecasters have issued a yellow, be aware, warning with winds expected to be in excess of 80mph in...

Sunday, 11:37 in Regional North West

How iconic red telephone boxes have been given new lease of life in the mobile phone age

ICONIC red telephone boxes, victims of the mobile phone revolution, are being put back into use in rural villages across north east Wales in a bid to boost tourism. Painted ‘currant red’, they proved equally iconic and by the 1980s there were over...

Sunday, 11:21 in Regional North West

£2.7m just to keep pothole-riddled roads in state they're in now ... and the money's not there

A council says it would cost it up to £2.7m a year of money it doesn’t have just to keep pothole-riddled roads in the state they are in now. Flintshire council says it is unable to keep “deteriorating” roads across the county in their current state as...

Sunday, 11:21 in Regional North West

'Holyhead port jobs at risk' from hard Brexit

A ‘hard Brexit’ could see jobs lost at Holyhead Port, the Island’s AM has warned. Speaking at the Senedd this week, Ynys Môn AM Rhun ap Iorwerth warned that some of the 1,000 jobs at Holyhead port could be at risk if Northern Irish ports continued to...

15 October 2017 in Regional North West

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