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What YOU have to say about £4 ASDA children's top

There has been great backlash on social media to claims a £4 top from ASDA enforces damaging stereotypes and perpetuates rape culture. An angry mum posted a Facebook status to voice her complaint over the £4 top with the phrase "boys will be...

Thursday, 17:43 in Regional North West
 
The Ynys Mon Island Games football heroes of 1999 - where are they now?

The Ynys Mon Island Games football heroes of 1999 - where are they now?

It was back in 1999 that the Ynys Mon men's football squad won gold at the Island Games for the only time. Gotland was the venue for those Games 18 years ago, and the large Swedish island and province in the Baltic Sea will also host this summer's event

Thursday, 17:32 in Sport
 

Arsenal vs Everton FC isn't on TV but why?

Despite playing in one of the few remaining Premier League games of any significance, Everton’s fans won’t be able to watch their team on TV on Sunday. With the title won and relegation decided, all eyes are on who out of Manchester City, Liverpool and A

Thursday, 17:11 in Sport
 
Have you seen missing Prestatyn woman?

Have you seen missing Prestatyn woman?

Police are appealing for help to find a missing woman. Officers are concerned for the whereabouts of Tracy Chapman-Schneider from Prestatyn. She is 51-years-old with short brown hair. North Wales Police have not yet revealed how long Tracy has been missi

Thursday, 17:06 in Regional
 

Jury fails to reach verdict in sex trial of Colwyn Bay man

The jury in the trial of a man accused of sexually assaulting a teenage girl has been discharged after failing to reach a verdict. Colin Leonard Cureton , of Colwyn Bay, is alleged to have committed the offences as they watched a televised football match

Thursday, 16:51 in Regional
 
Former Daily Post photographer Stacey Oliver on life behind the lens

Former Daily Post photographer Stacey Oliver on life behind the lens

Stacey Oliver spent nearly 20 years chasing the news as a busy press photographer with the Daily Post – taking pictures in every corner of North Wales. She thrived on the unpredictability of the role, with every day throwing up a different challenge. But

Thursday, 16:18 in Regional North West
 
Cheeky burglar who hid fake money between his buttocks jailed

Cheeky burglar who hid fake money between his buttocks jailed

A burglar who targeted pubs, hotels and cafes and stole more than £10,000 in a string of raids has been locked up for five years. Martin Joseph Ward, of no fixed address but formerly from Holyhead, admitted raiding two hotels and a cafe during a spate of

Thursday, 16:15 in Regional
 
Female Focus: Tegan Hewitt (Airbus)

Female Focus: Tegan Hewitt (Airbus)

How old were you when you started playing football and why did you take up the game? I have played football since I was very young but the first time I played properly was when I was 7/8 years old. Being around people who are big football fans had an imp

Thursday, 16:10 in Sport
 

Funding blow for 'high risk' Colwyn Bay Pier restoration project

Campaigners hoping to develop a dilapidated pier have been dealt a blow after their funding bid was turned down. Nigel Gilbert, vice-chairman of the Colwyn Victoria Pier Trust (CVPT) said the group had to pick itself “off the floor” after learning the He

Thursday, 15:58 in Regional North West
 

Danny Ward's penalty heroics earn on-loan Liverpool FC keeper's team a place at Wembley

Liverpool and Wales goalkeeper Danny Ward told his Huddersfield boss David Wagner he would “make it happen” before and then went to make two penaly saves to earn his team a place at Wembley. Huddersfield overcame Sheffield Wednesday 4-3 in a penalty shoo

Thursday, 15:56 in Sport
 

'Death threats' to bus driver who highlighted Wrexham Black Mamba zombie drug problem

The bus driver who lifted the lid on the use of “zombie drug” Black Mamba in Wrexham says he’s received death threats from addicts because the supply in the town has “dried up.” Gavin Rhodda was confronted by a group of men who cornered him in the Co-Ope

Thursday, 15:50 in Regional North West
 

New Quarantine Unit fees set to hit livestock entries at Welsh agricultural shows

Livestock exhibitors in Wales are set to be hit by new charges which may deter many from attending some agricultural shows this summer. Show organisers fear damaging falls in cattle, sheep and goat entries once Quarantine Units (QU) come into force. Thes

Thursday, 15:39 in Regional
 

He's outsold One Direction but who is Nathan Carter?

He has outsold One Direction, Pharrell Williams and Michael Buble - but you could be forgiven for asking who is Nathan Carter? In short he is the cherubic head choir boy turned chart topper and heartthrob of the country music scene. His second album rele

Thursday, 14:33 in Hot News
 
Get stuck into National Vegetarian Week and learn how to grow your own greens

Get stuck into National Vegetarian Week and learn how to grow your own greens

It's National Vegetarian Week, a celebration of all the fresh greens you can eat and discover at meal times. If you're on a mission to become healthier, ahead of the summer months, then this is an ideal opportunity to explore the different varieties of v

Thursday, 14:19 in Hot News
 
Cadbury's secretly release Freddo hot chocolate - but it doesn't take long for the internet to catch on

Cadbury's secretly release Freddo hot chocolate - but it doesn't take long for the internet to catch on

There aren't many things that get passed us, especially when they're chocolate related. But Cadbury might have just pulled a fast one - after quietly launching a Freddo flavoured hot chocolate. The drink was released at the end of last year but it's only

Thursday, 14:19 in Hot News
 


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