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'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

Wednesday, 11:43 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

Wednesday, 11:32 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

Wednesday, 11:10 in Business
 

Does Kingdom Security fine Travellers who litter? ask fed up residents

Residents living close to a group of Travellers who have pitched up on a football field, are questioning why taxpayers are funding toilets and waste collections for the camp. Some are also asking if Kingdom Security, who are employed by Conwy Council to

Wednesday, 11:09 in Regional
 

Llandudno Junction developer says he will 'defy anyone' to say homes not needed

A developer at the centre of a controversial housing scheme says he would “defy anyone to say that new homes are not needed” in the area. Beech Developments wants to build 110 new homes on fields on the edge of Llandudno Junction – with planning officers

Wednesday, 10:37 in Business
 

Jurgen Klopp plays down latest Liverpool FC defensive lapse

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is happy to be bringing a lead back to Anfield for the second leg of their Champions League play-off against Hoffenheim despite another late defensive lapse. A maiden strike for 18-year-old Trent Alexander-Arnold on his Eur

Wednesday, 10:23 in Sport
 

Everton FC finally set to unveil Gylfi Sigurdsson signing

Swansea midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson is set for a medical at Everton on Wednesday ahead of his proposed £45m move. The Icelandic playmaker will finally undergo final checks before aiming to complete his protracted transfer to Goodison Park, Post Sport und

Wednesday, 10:23 in Sport
 

22 fun things to do in North Wales today: Sunday, August 20

Sunday, August 20 Camp Penrhyn Penrhyn Castle, Gwynedd 11:00 - 16:00 (Every Sunday throughout summer) This event is free, but normal admission charges apply for the venue. Summer holiday Sundays are all about free range fun at Camp Penrhyn. Ready for an

Wednesday, 09:45 in Hot News
 

33 things to do in North Wales today: Saturday, August 19

Saturday, August 19 Gwrych Castle Medieval Festival Gwrych Castle, Abergele Road, Abergele From 10am - 5pm Saturday and Sunday Adult £6, children £3, family (2 adults 2 children) £15 Join Fighting Knights, Archery and Mediaeval Troubadours at Gwrych Cast

Wednesday, 09:45 in Hot News
 

Daniel Craig: I will be James Bond again

Daniel Craig has confirmed he will return as the next James Bond - but said he hopes to "go out on a high note" as it will likely be his last. The actor made the announcement while appearing on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert on Tuesday...

Wednesday, 09:38 in World News
 

Theresa May urged to cancel Donald Trump's state visit after 'sickening' Charlottesville response

Theresa May is facing renewed calls to cancel a state visit for Donald Trump over his response to deadly unrest in Virginia. MPs urged the PM to rescind her invitation after Mr Trump would not condemn white supremacist groups outright for violence that l

Wednesday, 08:47 in World News
 

Top stories from Britain and around the world - Avoiding Irish border checks is top priority for Brexit...

AVOIDING IRISH BORDER CHECKS IS TOP PRIORITY FOR BREXIT NEGOTIATIONS Avoiding check points or any other physical infrastructure on the Irish border is the UK Government's number one priority when negotiating post-Brexit arrangements for its only land fro

Wednesday, 08:29 in World News
 

Ruthin's Chilly Cow harnesses the sun to keep ice creams cool

A Vale of Clwyd ice cream maker is using the heat of the sun to keep her vanilla scoops cool - even on the warmest of days. A solar-powered cooling cabinet will be demonstrated by Llanychan-based Chilly Cow at tomorrow's Denbigh & Flint Show. The...

Wednesday, 07:58 in Regional
 

Full Celebrity MasterChef line up and time the show starts tonight

The full line-up of the new Celebrity MasterChef series has been announced and will include a former Olympic champion, a children's TV presenter and a comedian. Now in its 12th series, the 20 stars taking part in the BBC One cookery competition, which be

Wednesday, 07:02 in Hot News
 

Elvis 'is very much alive' says Anglesey impersonator on 40th anniversary of King's death

A North Wales Elvis impersonator has paid tribute to his idol ‘The King’ on the 40th anniversary of his death. The Reverend Wynne Roberts, from Anglesey, says the King of Rock and Roll is ‘still very much alive with us’ thanks to his music legacy. Today

Wednesday, 05:04 in Regional North West
 


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