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Seal pup rescued from Towyn beach joins new Game of Thrones clan

Seal pup rescued from Towyn beach joins new Game of Thrones clan

Winter may be coming, but that is a less of a concern now for rescue seal Theon, who is recovering in his new home. The common seal pup was spotted by a member of the public on a beach in Towyn , near Abergele, on Sunday, August 13. Showing the same kind

16 August 2017 in Regional North West
 

Wrexham AFC are still a work in progress... the fans have their say after Gateshead win

A first home win of the season and a first clean sheet of the term, there was much to be positive about following Wrexham’s 1-0 win on Tuesday night over Gateshead. Loan signing Alex Reid, who only joined the Dragons earlier in the day, popped up with a

16 August 2017 in Sport
 

How to apply for the world's best child-caring job

Move over Mary Poppins, a wealthy couple are offering what could be the best nannying job.... in the world. Not only are they willing to pay a £100,000 a year salary but they are throwing in some amazing perks for the live-in role. The successful candida

16 August 2017 in Business
 

Liverpool FC youngster hoping to live up to idol's expectations

Liverpool academy graduate Trent Alexander-Arnold is hoping to live up to Steven Gerrard’s expectations after scoring a brilliant maiden goal on his European debut. In April the Reds’ former captain, speaking after officially taking charge of the club’s

16 August 2017 in Sport
 

Manchester United captain happy to bide his time waiting in the wings

Michael Carrick is philosophical rather than frustrated as the midfielder waits to make his first competitive appearance as Manchester United captain. The long-serving 36-year-old midfielder was named skipper following Wayne Rooney’s departure after 13 r

16 August 2017 in Sport
 

Eat like the King with an Elvis burger: a step by step guide to making Presley's favourite snack

A leading North Wales burger chain has today unveiled its version of Elvis Presley’s favourite snack. Marking the 40th anniversary since the king of Rock and Roll's death, Hickory’s have produced a one-off version of his peanut butter and banana burger.

16 August 2017 in Regional
 

Are 'black mamba day centres' the answer to Wrexham's zombie-drug scourge?

Wrexham MP Ian Lucas has called for a day centre-style facilities to be opened for black mamba users blighting the town. He is calling on the council and the Welsh government to organise ‘day provision’ for drug users and homeless people. In recent month

16 August 2017 in Regional North West
 

Who are Everton FC's summer recruits?

Gylfi Sigurdsson is on the brink of finally making a £45m move from Swansea to Everton – a deal that will add to what has been a considerably busy summer for the Toffees in terms of recruitment. Here, Post Sport looks at the significant signings manager

16 August 2017 in Sport
 

Wrexham AFC boss Dean Keates hails impact of loan signing Alex Reid

Dean Keates hailed the performance of watch winner Alex Reid, but insists he is not going to put any undue pressure on the loan signing. Reid joined Wrexham on a two-month loan deal less than four hours before kick off against Gateshead on Tuesday, and m

16 August 2017 in Sport
 
'Be a good chap and turn yourself in' cops ask wanted Deeside man

'Be a good chap and turn yourself in' cops ask wanted Deeside man

Police are hunting a wanted man. North Wales Police have issued an appeal to the public to help track down Kieron Albino. Officers believe that the 25-year-old is somewhere in the Deeside area. He is wanted for a number of offences including burglary, ac

16 August 2017 in Regional North West
 

Police warn they will confiscate vehicles in crackdown on 'anti-social driving'

Police today warned they will seize vehicles after more bad driving around two Wrexham villages. Officers have asked the public to send photos or pass on vehicle registrations of any cars and mopeds being driven badly. It comes after reports of anti-soci

16 August 2017 in Regional North West
 

Hundreds of jobs on offer at Wales's largest careers fair in Llandudno

More than 40 employers have signed up to SkillsCymru, Wales’ largest careers fair, with the hope of recruiting fresh talent from across the country. The North Wales event, which is free to attend, will be happening on October 4 and 5 at Venue Cymru, Llan

16 August 2017 in Regional North West
 

'Disgrace' at overflowing Caernarfon bins which have been branded a 'health hazard'

Overflowing bins which are being “misused” have been branded “disgusting” “stinking” and “a health hazard”. The large, green wheelie bins next to Tre Gof flats in Caernarfon were so bad one visitor immediately called the council’s environmental health de

16 August 2017 in Regional North West
 

Manchester United not giving up hope of signing Ivan Perisic

Manchester United have not given up hope of signing Ivan Perisic amidst reports his agent is set for summit talks with Inter Milan over the Croatia international’s future. Fali Ramadani, agent of the Red Devils target Perisic, will reportedly arrive in M

16 August 2017 in Sport
 

Giant cement mill build could start this year - securing 100 jobs

Hanson Cement could start work this year on a £20m investment in a new giant mill that will secure nearly 100 jobs. The company wants to upgrade its Padeswood cement works in Flintshire, which will guarantee the long-term future of the plant. At the hear

16 August 2017 in Business
 


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