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Barclays announces another two North Wales branch closures

Barclays has announced more branches are to close in North Wales. The banking giant will shut the Bala and Llanrwst sites in the spring. Bank bosses were accused of "undermining" communities. Barclays defended the closures by saying branch...

Friday, 16:01 in Regional North West
 

The best of your North Wales snow photos

Parts of North Wales were covered in snow this morning creating a winter wonderland. Schools have been closed across the region and children have been out and about enjoying their snow day. Read Construction‏ firm in Brymbo, Wrexham even managed to...

Friday, 16:01 in Regional North West
 
Welsh Premier previews: Prestatyn v Druids off, Nomads take on Aber tonight

Welsh Premier previews: Prestatyn v Druids off, Nomads take on Aber tonight

Prestatyn Town v Cefn Druids JD Welsh Premier League - Friday 7.45pm After a pitch inspection tonight's match at the Motion Finance Stadium has been postponed. Connah's Quay Nomads v Aberystwyth Town JD Welsh Premier League - Friday 7.45pm Injuries...

Friday, 15:50 in Sport
 

Triple boost for Manchester United FC ahead of the derby

Jose Mourinho will be able to call on Zlatan Ibrahimovic , Phil Jones and Nemanja Matic for this weekend’s “special” Manchester derby. Old Trafford hosts the most hotly-anticipated match of the Premier League season as Pep Guardiola ’s swashbuckling...

Friday, 15:50 in Sport
 
We're expecting a difficult game at Macclesfield says Dean Keates

We're expecting a difficult game at Macclesfield says Dean Keates

On-loan front man George Miller will add to the striking options available to Wrexham boss Dean Keates for tomorrow’s Vanarama National League clash at fellow high-flyers Macclesfield Town. Third will host second at Moss Road in a game which kicks off...

Friday, 15:24 in Sport
 

Hendre Hall quits Facebook and issues another grovelling apology over racist outburst

Hendre Hall bosses have deactivated their official Facebook page following the racism storm where a staff member branded a Romanian man a "Slavic ***t". Malcolm and James Innes, owners of the popular party venue at Talybont, near Bangor have...

Friday, 15:21 in Hot News
 
Iceland is selling a 220-piece party food bundle for £15 and it comes with a free bottle of wine

Iceland is selling a 220-piece party food bundle for £15 and it comes with a free bottle of wine

Buying party food can be expensive, especially when you factor in the cost of alcohol too. But don't start fretting just yet, as there is a way you can buy a huge amount of party food without spending a fortune. Thanks to Iceland's latest offer,...

Friday, 15:21 in Hot News
 

The best mince pies to buy from Tesco, M&S, Waitrose, Sainsbury's and more

Mince pies are a Christmas staple, but with so many on the market it can be difficult to decide which ones to buy. As well as being a delicious festive treat, they are ideal to serve to guests who pop over during the Yuletide period. We've done a lot...

Friday, 15:21 in Hot News
 

Seven arrested after 'zombie' drug raids across Wrexham

Seven people have been arrested in police raids during a crackdown on the sale of the “zombie” drugs Spice and Mamba. Busts were made at locations around Wrexham yesterday as police chiefs step up efforts to target the sale of New Psychoactive...

Friday, 15:06 in Regional
 

Kevin Ratcliffe: How the Merseyside derby landscape has changed since Sam Allardyce arrived

The derby day countdown is well underway. And even though Liverpool’s recent goalscoring record sounds like a rugby formation - three, five, seven - I don’t think we’ll be seeing a high-scoring game on Sunday. In fact, I wouldn’t be surprised if it’s...

Friday, 14:56 in Sport
 

Knife man who was overpowered by victim jailed

A man who whipped out a knife and lunged at two men late one night in Bangor, has been jailed. David Ronald Parry admitted a charge of threatening another with an offensive weapon when he appeared at Caernarfon Crown Court. The 43-year-old from Yr Hen...

Friday, 14:26 in Regional North West
 

Heavy snow causes A55 chaos at Rhuallt Hill

The A55 at Rhuallt Hill is gridlocked due to heavy snow which has caused several accidents on the expressway. The severe weather has made the section between J28 and J29 of the A55 almost impassable. At 1.45pm Traffic Wales said the A55 was open at...

Friday, 14:01 in Regional
 

Jordan Henderson has the hardest job in football says Jurgen Klopp

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp launched a passionate defence of captain Jordan Henderson by insisting the midfielder has the hardest job in football following in the footsteps of Steven Gerrard. There has been a growing undercurrent of discontent...

Friday, 13:52 in Sport
 

Smashed smartphone screens could soon be a thing of the past

Smashed smartphone screens could be a thing of the past following a new discovery by scientists. A team of scientists from Aberystwyth University have been studying the structure of different types of glasses. They have been looking in particular at...

Friday, 13:52 in Regional North West
 

David de Gea's response when asked if Manchester United FC can stop Manchester City

David de Gea says it’s not just about whether Manchester United can stop Manchester City but, rather, whether Pep Guardiola’s side will be able to fend off the challenge of Jose Mourinho’s team. United currently lie eight points off their bitter...

Friday, 13:26 in Sport
 


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