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North Wales stark divide over internet usage

The startling differences between internet usage across North Wales has been revealed that show a stark digital divide around the region. People living on Anglesey are among the most prolific web users in the United Kingdom, according to a report by the

yesterday, 12:32 in World News
 

Everton FC's search for 'productivity' and how it affects Barkley and Sigurdsson

Every manager seems to have a buzz word. For Roberto Martinez it was “phenomenal”, Ronald Koeman it is “productivity”. Nearly every press conference the Everton refers to it. His team, he says, need a lot more of it than they are currently producing. It

yesterday, 12:26 in Sport
 

Ten Liverpool FC players who could leave Anfield this summer

Liverpool have broken their transfer record to being Egypt winger Mohamed Salah to Anfield. Roma claim they have received £37m up front with a further £7m to follow in possible add-ons report the Liverpool Echo . Jurgen Klopp is also keen to sign top-cla

yesterday, 12:00 in Sport
 

Tragic Evo Triangle crash death biker was dad-of-three

Tributes have been paid to a father of three who died in a motorcycle crash on the 'Evo Triangle'. Police have named the man who died in an accident on the B4501 near Cerrigydrudion as 28-year-old Karl Mark Hibbard. In a a statement his family have descr

yesterday, 11:59 in Regional North West
 
'Jock-ice'...Scottish ice cream giant to open Llandudno parlour

'Jock-ice'...Scottish ice cream giant to open Llandudno parlour

Scottish ice cream brand Crolla's is heading to Llandudno to open a 100 seater ice cream parlour. The company is well known in Scotland but is now branching out around the UK and plans to opens its first Welsh parlour in the seaside town. It is taking ov

yesterday, 11:59 in Regional North West
 

Protesters opposing overhead pylon plan warn National Grid 'Anglesey will fight'

Dozens of people turned out to join a snap protest this morning against controversial plans for a row of overhead pylons on Anglesey. The National Grid’s local substation at Pentir near Bangor was the target as more than 50 campaigners from across the is

yesterday, 11:59 in Regional North West
 

Wrexham jail 'binmates' working for council recycling chiefs

Prisoners at HMP Berwyn have just delivered their first order of wheelie boxes to Wrexham Council. Inmates assembled 3,500 of the recycling containers after a £116,000 grant from Welsh Government to encourage more residents to go green. It is not clear h

yesterday, 11:46 in Regional North West
 

Sir Bryn Terfel speaks of his joy at being knighted and becoming a dad again

Sir Bryn Terfel has described how being knighted by the Queen was one of the proudest days of his life - along with the birth of his first daughter. The globally renowned bass baritone was speaking ahead of his appearance at Llangollen International Musi

yesterday, 11:16 in Regional North West
 

New £1 coins still not accepted at all North Wales parking machines

Dozens of pay and display machines across North Wales still don’t accept the new pound coin. Almost 20 parking machines in Conwy county will have to be replaced to allow them to accept the 12-sided coin, which entered circulation in March. The county has

yesterday, 10:58 in Regional North West
 
Fancy living in this £1.35 million farmhouse?

Fancy living in this £1.35 million farmhouse?

How do you fancy living in a period farmhouse in the Welsh borderlands, boasting more than 200 acres of rolling farmland? An upland livestock farm is now on the market with an asking price of £1.35 million. Pantglas Uchaf Farm at Moelfre, near Oswestry,

yesterday, 10:58 in Regional North West
 

Is tourism killing North Wales' beauty spots?

Some visitor hotspots in North East Wales are becoming too popular for their own good. Now a study is being carried out to see whether numbers can be reduced at peak times and whether the tourism benefits can be spread to surrounding areas. The move come

yesterday, 10:45 in Regional North West
 
Girl airlifted to hospital after falling from horse at Anglesey show

Girl airlifted to hospital after falling from horse at Anglesey show

A girl was flown to hospital after falling from her horse at a show on Anglesey. Emergency services were called at roughly 1.25pm to reports a rider had fallen from their animal at Penygraig Horse Show at Gwalchmai on Sunday. A spokesman for the Welsh Am

yesterday, 10:09 in Regional North West
 

Jeremy Corbyn downplays claim of vow to 'get rid of Trident as soon as I can'

Jeremy Corbyn has downplayed claims he said he plans to start getting rid of Trident as soon as he can after becoming prime minister. The move follows reports that Glastonbury Festival founder Michael Eavis said the Labour leader told him he would be in

yesterday, 09:10 in World News
 
Delays on Arriva Trains Wales after thieves steal signalling cable

Delays on Arriva Trains Wales after thieves steal signalling cable

There is expected to be widespread delays and disruption on Arriva Trains Wales due to the theft of signalling cables overnight. Overnight cables were stolen from the Little Mill area of Monmouthshire in south east Wales. However the theft has caused sev

yesterday, 08:57 in Regional North West
 
Hunt for missing Criccieth man who may be in Cheshire

Hunt for missing Criccieth man who may be in Cheshire

Police are searching for a missing man from Criccieth who may be in the Cheshire area. Paul David Smith was reported missing by North Wales Police at 5am today. The force have not said when or where he was last seen. In a picture released by North Wales

yesterday, 08:16 in Regional North West
 


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