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'Rip off' card charges to be BANNED in crackdown

"Rip-off" surcharges levied by companies on customers who pay with debit or credit cards are to end at the beginning of next year, the Government has announced. The new rules will ban companies from charging up to 20% more for purchases such...

19 July 2017 in Regional North West
 
This is how you can get yourself a Nando's quarter chicken for FREE

This is how you can get yourself a Nando's quarter chicken for FREE

Believe it or not you can in fact make your next visit to Nando's even cheekier and bag yourself a free quarter chicken. All you have to do is spend £1 at the supermarket. Nando's promo offer has been kept relatively quiet but thanks to latestdeals.co.uk

19 July 2017 in Hot News
 
Man seriously hurt in roof fall in Colwyn Bay

Man seriously hurt in roof fall in Colwyn Bay

A man was seriously injured when he fell from a roof in the centre of Colwyn Bay in the early hours of this morning. Emergency services were called to Station Road at about 1.20am today after reports that the man had fallen from a roof in Abergele Road.

19 July 2017 in Regional North West
 

Jose Mourinho wants to build his own Manchester United legacy

Jose Mourinho intends to bring stability to Manchester United and wants to remain in charge for the next 15 years. The 54-year-old is in his second year at the helm at Old Trafford and aims to follow up last season’s EFL Cup and Europa League victories w

19 July 2017 in Sport
 

Everton FC keeper Jordan Pickford says the only way is up for Blues

Jordan Pickford is confident the only way is up for Everton after training for the first time with his new team-mates. The new Blues keeper is in Holland with his new club after enjoying an extended break following his exploits for England in the Europea

19 July 2017 in Sport
 

What time are the storms set to hit North Wales today

North Wales has been told to brace itself for a day of torrential rain and thunderstorms. A yellow weather warning has been issued by the Met Office heralding rain for most parts of the region until 10pm tonight. Poor weather is most likely going to hit

19 July 2017 in Regional North West
 

Liverpool FC see £66m offer for Naby Keita rejected

RB Leipzig owner Dietrich Mateschitz has revealed his club have turned down a 75 million euro (£66m) offer for Liverpool target Naby Keita. The Guinea international midfielder has been sought by Reds boss Jurgen Klopp this summer but Leipzig have maintai

19 July 2017 in Sport
 

Lighting strike sets Tywyn house ablaze

A house was set on fire after a lightning strike in the early hours of this morning. North Wales Fire and Rescue Service were called at 12:33am to Bryncrug in Tywyn after a bolt of lightning struck a house chimney and set fire to the attic. Fire services

19 July 2017 in Regional North West
 

Pensioner killed in A55 crash that closed road for seven hours

An eighty-three year old man was killed in a car accident on the A55 last night. The A55 Dobs Hill, Flintshire, Westbound was closed for more than seven hours after an elderly man was killed and a 76 year old woman suffered “serious life threatening inju

19 July 2017 in Regional North West
 
Top stories from Britain and around the world - May and Corbyn in final Commons showdown before summer break

Top stories from Britain and around the world - May and Corbyn in final Commons showdown before summer break

THERESA MAY AND JEREMY CORBYN IN FINAL COMMONS SHOWDOWN BEFORE SUMMER BREAK Theresa May will face Jeremy Corbyn in a final Commons summer showdown just 24 hours after warning her top team that Tory infighting could pave the way for the Labour leader to s

19 July 2017 in World News
 

Brakes slammed on bid to bring vintage Swiss locomotive to Snowdonia

Plans to bring a vintage locomotive from Switzerland to Snowdonia to operate on Britain’s only mountain railway will not go ahead this year. Rail enthusiasts had been looking forward to seeing the loco, built in 1891, from the Brienz Rothorn Bahn (BRB) n

19 July 2017 in Regional
 
Warrington Town 1 Wrexham 2: Dragons win should have been more emphatic

Warrington Town 1 Wrexham 2: Dragons win should have been more emphatic

Warrington Town 1 Wrexham 2 Wrexham made it five straight wins in pre-season with a less than convincing victory at Cantiliver Park against Northern Premier League Division One North side Warrington Town tonight. Goals from Chris Holroyd and Scott Boden

18 July 2017 in Sport
 

Could this be the laziest man in Wales?

Is this Wales’ biggest layabout? Mark Morgan ranked third in Britain’s Ultimate La-Z-Boy competition. The 43-year-old from Dolgellau was nominated by his wife, Rebecca Morgan who came home from work to find him snoozing in his onesie surrounded by takeaw

18 July 2017 in Regional North West
 

Chinese restaurant plan for Rhos-on-Sea's Old Pump House

A Chinese restaurant could open in a Grade II listed former pumping station in Rhos-on-Sea. Fu Lee, the former owner of the popular Fu's chinese restaurant in Caernarfon, is behind plans for the Old Pump House in the village, which dates back more than a

18 July 2017 in Regional North West
 

Watch morris dancers perform at the top of Snowdon

This is the moment morris dancers perform at the top of Snowdon in front of crowds. Penrhyn Fusions dancing troupe climbed up to the summit to help raise funds for transport to and from competitions and for costumes. Thirty dancers set off on the Miners

18 July 2017 in Regional North West
 


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