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Wales legend Gary Speed's son making a splash on USA football scene

The son of the late Welsh football legend Gary Speed is making a name for himself in America. Eddie Speed, a former sports and Football Academy student at West Cheshire College, has received an award from the National Soccer Coaches Association of Americ

Monday, 19:18 in Regional North West

Rhyl mum hails neighbour a hero for saving life of choking baby

The mother of a baby whose lips went blue as he choked on a sweet has hailed her neighbour a hero. Peter Dudley leapt into action when frantic Natalie Cunliffe ran outside with her 21-month-old son, Hanson in her arms after a jelly sweet got lodged in hi

Monday, 19:18 in Regional North West

Laburnum Arch springs a surprise at Bodnant Garden as it blooms early

Visitors to one of North Wales's most popular tourist attractions are been enjoying an unexpected early treat. Recent sunny weather coaxed out the golden flowers of Bodnant Garden’s distinctive yellow Laburnum Arch. People usually have to wait until the

Monday, 19:11 in Hot News
Is your child aged between 6 and 15? They could have £1,000s in savings that you didn't know about

Is your child aged between 6 and 15? They could have £1,000s in savings that you didn't know about

If you have a child aged between six and fifteen, chances are they could have a large amount of money accruing interest their name. Under the last Labour Government, parents were given a tax-free £250 voucher to open a trust fund account for their child,

Monday, 19:11 in Hot News

Coronation Street Insider: Threesome horror for Bethany Platt

Poor Lucy Fallon. If the young actress who plays teenage Bethany Platt thought her role would ease up on the horrendous grooming plotline she was sadly mistaken. She's about to face even more horrific abuse. The troubled schoolgirl has been the centre of

Monday, 18:53 in Hot News

May shows that that unlike Thatcher, the lady is for turning

Prime Minister Theresa May came to Wrexham today and showed that, unlike her predecessor Margaret Thatcher, this lady was for turning. Speaking just four days after her party’s manifesto launch, which outlined controversial policies labelled a ‘dementia

Monday, 18:50 in Regional North West

Anglesey home of famous airman put up for auction

The Anglesey home of a famous Welsh aviation pioneer is coming up for auction. One hundred and five years ago Captain Vivian Hewitt was the first man to fly across the Irish Sea, just three years after Frenchman Louis Bleriot crossed The Channel. Years l

Monday, 18:25 in Regional North West

Find out which North Wales beach has won the region another Blue Flag award

A stretch of the Conwy coast has regained its coveted clean beach status five years after it losing it. Penmaenmawr beach has been awarded a Blue Flag Award, which recognises the highest level of cleanliness and water quality across the world. The popula

Monday, 18:18 in Hot News
KT Tunstall why I had to get away from music and what I really think of Dido

KT Tunstall why I had to get away from music and what I really think of Dido

From the moment she first broke onto the music scene KT Tunstall was lauded by critics and peers alike for songs including Black Horse and the Cherry Tree. But despite a string of big hits and winning awards, the Scottish singer songwriter quit it all as

Monday, 18:18 in Hot News

Former Everton and Manchester United boss David Moyes leaves Sunderland

Former Everton and Manchester United manager David Moyes has resigned from his position as manager of relegated Sunderland . Moyes told the chairman and chief executive of his decision to leave the club at a meeting in London on Monday morning. Speaking

Monday, 17:49 in Sport

Bus driver who grabbed colleague by the genitals is sentenced

A transgender bus driver, found guilty of sexually assaulting a colleague has been handed a two year community order. Louise Emma Croft, of Rowen near Conwy, must also carry out 100 hours of unpaid community works and pay £735 costs. The 60-year-old acce

Monday, 17:46 in Regional North West

Manchester United bottom of the 'points per pound spent' league

Manchester United came bottom of the league for points won per pound spent on players’ wages, according to analysis by sports finance experts. The Red Devils had the second highest wage bill in the Premier League, at £221m, equating to £3.2m in player wa

Monday, 17:15 in Sport
RGC can make step up to become a region says former Wales international

RGC can make step up to become a region says former Wales international

Former Wales international Jamie Robinson has been amazed by the development of RGC this season, and believes the region have the potential to play at a higher level. RGC have just brought the curtain down on their debut season in the Premiership and hav

Monday, 17:02 in Sport

Microwaving mushrooms is the best way to cook them, says science

Microwaving or grilling mushrooms could be better for your health, according to new research. The news comes following a study taken in Spain which looked at the nutrients properties of four different types of mushrooms - both before and after they were

Monday, 16:37 in Hot News

Who could Liverpool FC be drawn against in Champions League?

Liverpool secured an eagerly awaited return to the Champions League on Sunday with a final day win over Middlesbrough. The curtain may have only just come down on one season and already thoughts are turning to the coming campaign as Jurgen Klopp’s men pr

Monday, 16:33 in Sport

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