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Cost of Conwy council building soars £23 MILLION

The soaring cost of a new council headquarters has been slammed by a politician. Conwy County Borough Council has hired a firm, M&G to build a 100,000 square foot headquarters to house 750 staff in Colwyn Bay at a cost of £35 million. But...

yesterday, 09:09 in Regional
 

This is why the weather is so hot - and it could break records

Wales could experience its' highest ever May temperature today. In 1989 a record of 29.2C was set in Camarthenshire in May in 1989 but the Met Office say it could be broken. On Thursday, the highest temperature was at Hawarden, Flintshire, where the Met

yesterday, 08:37 in Regional
 

Champions League honour for North Wales man

There will be at least one North Wales man on the pitch for the biggest football match of the year. A week on Saturday Cardiff will host the Champions League final at the Millennium Stadium when the superstars of Real Madrid and Juventus take to the fiel

yesterday, 05:27 in Regional North West
 

Too hot to fall asleep? 15 tips on how to get a good night's rest in the summer

We've been counting down the days for some sunshine and now it's finally here. But along with glorious warm weather and clear blue skies comes hot and sweaty sleepless nights. If each morning you find yourself peeling off the duvet from your body and fee

Thursday, 22:49 in World News
 
Two North Wales men charged with murder after man is stabbed

Two North Wales men charged with murder after man is stabbed

Two men from North Wales have been charged with the murder of a man in Southampton. Christopher Jones, 27, of Denbigh and Lee Marc Williams, 27, of Lixwm in Flintshire , are charged with the murder of 21-year-old Shkelzen ‘Genny’ Dauti. Mr Dauti was foun

Thursday, 21:00 in Regional
 

Plaid Cymru's 1000 doctors pledge 'most popular General Election policy in Wales'

A new poll of voters in Wales shows Plaid Cymru’s pledge to hire 1,000 new doctors is the most popular policy with Welsh people. Increasing spending on education - a commitment from both Labour and the Liberal Democrats - came in as the second most popul

Thursday, 20:17 in Regional North West
 

Drunk Wrexham learner driver caused bus accident ... then dodged cops for two years

A learner driver who drank ten double whisky and cokes before smashing into a wall and then a bus head on, has been jailed for eight months. Michael Berry, 21, hit the wall in a pub car park where he had been drinking before driving off at speed. He demo

Thursday, 19:51 in Regional North West
 
'Dad was what I would aspire to be' says son of man killed in A470 double death crash

'Dad was what I would aspire to be' says son of man killed in A470 double death crash

A motorist has been found guilty of causing the deaths of two motorcyclists by careless driving. Lawrence Layton Lougher , 29, was involved in a crash on the A470 between Betws y Coed and Llanrwst on April 5, 2015. Stephen Probert, 56, died at the scene

Thursday, 19:26 in Regional North West
 

Gwynedd man found not guilty of sexual assault

A jury has cleared a Gwynedd man of an alleged sexual assault against a woman following a Christmas night out. Iwan Arfon Lloyd Griffiths, 29, had been accused of the offence in his home town of Blaenau Ffestiniog in December 2015. The woman, who cannot

Thursday, 19:26 in Regional North West
 

Welsh bovine TB strategy IS working and here's the proof, says the Welsh Government

Efforts to eradicate bovine TB (bTB) in a trial area of Wales appear to be bearing fruit, according to a new report. Since the country’s Intensive Action Area (IAA) was established in north Pembrokeshire in 2010, bTB rates have fallen by just over a thir

Thursday, 18:32 in Regional
 
Llaeth Y Llan in multi-million pound expansion to meet demand for its yogurts

Llaeth Y Llan in multi-million pound expansion to meet demand for its yogurts

Denbigshire yogurt manufacturer Llaeth Y Llan (Village Dairy) has completed a multi-million pound expansion of its production facility. The new state-of-the-art dairy will allow the business to increase its manufacturing capacity, expand into new markets

Thursday, 18:22 in Business
 

What you need to know about security at Take That gig at Echo Arena Liverpool

Take That fans heading to tomorrow’s concert in Liverpool are being urged not to bring bags or items larger than a purse or wallet. The move comes in the wake of the Manchester Arena massacre on Monday night in which suicide bomber, Salman Abedi, murdere

Thursday, 18:14 in Regional North West
 

Deeside gearing up for Wales Rally GB

One of Wales’ biggest sporting events is set to return in October with yesterday's announcement of the stages for this year’s Wales Rally GB. The premier league WRC teams again will be based at the Deeside Rally Village, in the grounds of the Toyota UK e

Thursday, 18:14 in Regional North West
 

Armed police out in force at Holyhead Port to 'disrupt terror'

Armed police were out in force at Holyhead port today as security was stepped up after the Manchester bombing. North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Arfon Jones had previously feared Holyhead and other Welsh ports could become “soft spots” for terror

Thursday, 17:10 in Regional North West
 
The faces of the innocent who died in the Manchester Arena attack

The faces of the innocent who died in the Manchester Arena attack

They are the selfies, the holiday snaps, the portraits of happier times. On Monday night a lone suicide bomber killed them all without warning - a twisted philosophy targeting the softest of targets. His victims young children, parents, teenagers who had

Thursday, 16:55 in World News
 


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