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We were focused on getting the three points says Wrexham AFC's Ntumba Massanka

We were focused on getting the three points says Wrexham AFC's Ntumba Massanka

Ntumba Massanka acknowledged Tuesday’s win over Gateshead was not pretty, but admitted he cared very little for the aesthetics and was simply focused on sealing the three points. Massanka, on loan until January from Premier League side Burnley, played hi

Friday, 14:05 in Sport
 

Shopper trapped under car at Tesco

Emergency services are working to free a shopper who is trapped under a car at a Tesco car park. Crews were called to the scene shortly after noon today following reports that the elderly woman collided with the car at the Llandudno Junction store. Witne

Friday, 13:14 in World News
 
Wrexham drug dealer won't get cash back after police raids on his home

Wrexham drug dealer won't get cash back after police raids on his home

Police have won the right to keep more than £33,000 they seized from a Wrexham drug dealer after two raids on his home. Officers twice raided the home 30-year-old Lewis Jay Richards, recovering cash, cannabis and cocaine. On Thursday, North Wales Police

Friday, 12:59 in Regional North West
 

Lidl's bank holiday Prosecco deal is just incredible

Discount supermarket Lidl is treating shoppers this bank holiday with the nation’s favourite tipple at an unbelievable price. The chain has announced it will be selling cases of its Allini Prosecco at a 20% discount, reducing the cost from £31.50 to £20

Friday, 12:43 in Hot News
 
Wrexham AFC win dedicated to Jaxon Langford

Wrexham AFC win dedicated to Jaxon Langford

Ntumba Massanka dedicated Tuesday’s win over Gateshead to a ‘cracking little lad’ Jaxon Langford. The six-year-old from Bradley, near Wrexham, was diagnosed with stage four neuroblastoma in November 2015, and sadly lost his battle on Saturday evening. Ja

Friday, 12:29 in Sport
 

Gwynedd is UK's second homes capital - sparking fears of impact on local buyers

Gwynedd is the UK’s holiday property capital with more than a quarter of houses sold as second homes - sparking fears over the impact on local buyers. The county has been named the most popular place to buy a second home in Britain - with around 27% of p

Friday, 12:08 in Business
 

Nationwide chain tipped for new North Wales restaurant

A nationwide restaurant chain is believed to be the frontrunner to take over a former Gwynedd town centre club. Speculation has been growing over the future of the old Conservative Club building on the Maes in Pwllheli. But today it has emerged that the

Friday, 10:48 in Hot News
 

Unseen images of the charred Grenfell Tower to be exhibited in new photography festival in Conwy

Never seen before images of the harrowing charred shell of the Grenfell Tower will be exhibited at a major new Conwy photo fesival. The harrowing photos by photographer Brian Stevens will be the centrepiece of the The Northern Eye International Photograp

Friday, 10:48 in Hot News
 

Heineken buys pub near you after snapping up 1,895 boozers

Heineken has snapped up a pub near you with a deal that will see them buy 85 boozers in Wales. Punch Taverns has agreed to carve up its pub estate as part of a takeover by Heineken and private equity firm Patron Capital. The deal, which values Punch at £

Friday, 09:45 in Regional North West
 

Donald Trump reacts to Barcelona terror by reviving racially provocative debunked myth

Donald Trump has lashed out at members of his own party as his controversial response to white supremacist violence threatens to engulf his presidency. With prominent Republicans openly questioning his competence and moral leadership, Mr Trump returned t

Friday, 08:55 in World News
 

8 things you need to know about the customs union

There is no understating the importance of the customs union - particularly in North Wales. A thriving Holyhead port is vital for the economic well-being of the region and beyond. This week the Government said that it wanted to negotiate a temporary cust

Friday, 08:49 in Business
 

Top stories from Britain and around the world - Police kill five terrorists wearing suicide belts in second...

POLICE KILL FIVE TERRORISTS WEARING SUICIDE BELTS IN SECOND ATTACK IN SPAIN Five terrorists wearing suicide belts rammed civilians with a car in a Spanish seaside town before being shot dead by police in a second attack to hit the country. Seven people i

Friday, 08:06 in World News
 

Spanish police kill suspects in second terror attack hours after Barcelona outrage

Police in Spain have shot dead five suspected terrorists wearing suicide belts who rammed civilians with a car in a Spanish seaside town during a second attack to hit the country. Seven people including a police officer were injured during the incident i

Friday, 08:06 in World News
 
Doggers target popular Conwy beach amid crackdown on outdoor sex acts

Doggers target popular Conwy beach amid crackdown on outdoor sex acts

A popular Conwy beach carpark has become increasingly popular with doggers it has emerged - just weeks after police announced a crackdown at another site popular with voyeurs. Local residents say their lives are being blighted by amorous couples performi

Friday, 05:33 in Hot News
 
Meet the Player: Tom Lewis (CPD Llansannan)

Meet the Player: Tom Lewis (CPD Llansannan)

Tom Lewis is a popular player with Vale of Clwyd and Conwy Premier Division club Llansannan. He is the focus of our first Meet the Player feature of the 2017/18 season. Clubs you have played for? This season will be my 9th at Llansannan and prior to that

Friday, 02:56 in Sport
 


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