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When can a dog legally be shot?

Six in 10 dog attacks on sheep are carried out with the pet's owner standing nearby, a major survey has revealed. Farmers say that the message of just how dangerous canines can be still isn't getting across despite numerous appeals. The National Sheep As

Wednesday, 17:48 in Regional

Armed nuclear power station cop 'fiddled energy bills invoices'

An armed policeman stationed at a nuclear power station fraudulently claimed more than £1,100 in expenses for accommodation and energy bills, a court has heard. Daniel William Fazakerley was a constable with the Civil Nuclear Constabularly (CNC), the gro

Wednesday, 17:23 in Regional North West

Flint tower blocks not refurbished with same cladding as Grenfell Tower

Safe materials were used to clad three tower blocks in Flint during their recent refurbishment, a council has reassured. It comes after concerns were raised following last week’s Grenfell Tower fire tragedy in Kensington, which killed at least 79 people.

Wednesday, 17:23 in Regional North West

Wildlife groups fear for rare species if Wylfa Newydd nuclear power plant is built

Nature lovers have drawn up battle lines over Anglesey’s planned nuclear power station amid fears that rare species will be put at risk. North Wales Wildlife Trust (NWWT) said current proposals for Wylfa Newydd are “damaging” and could jeopardise Wales’

Wednesday, 17:20 in Regional

Primark launches kids summer collection - and it's adorable

If you're taking your little one on a family holiday this summer then you don't have to break the bank to buy their clothes. Primark has launched a children's range full of shorts, T-shirts, dresses, shoes and even beach bags. There's also colourful swim

Wednesday, 17:13 in Hot News

Speeding driver clocked doing 115mph on the Felinheli bypass

A contractor caught hurtling along the Felinheli bypass at 115 miles per hour has been banned from driving. Steven Tudor Davies, 38, admitted travelling at almost double the road’s 60mph speed limit. Davies, of Machlud Haul, Llanengan near Pwllheli, plea

Wednesday, 16:57 in Regional North West

Manchester United told 'hands off' in hunt for Bayern Munich striker

Manchester United are continuing the hunt to bolster their ranks, but have been given a hands off warning from Bayern Munich. Rarely does a transfer window go by that Poland striker Robert Lewandowski isn’t linked with a move to Old Trafford. But the Ger

Wednesday, 16:40 in Sport
Pedestrian hit by Rhyl taxi which cut corner left needing surgery on leg

Pedestrian hit by Rhyl taxi which cut corner left needing surgery on leg

A pedestrian was left needing surgery to have metal plates inserted in her leg after a taxi ploughed into her in a town centre. The driver had cut a corner and struck her at the junction of Queen Street and Sussex Street in Rhyl, which was partially pede

Wednesday, 16:34 in Regional North West
Love of dance inspires Rhos-on-Sea shoe business start-up

Love of dance inspires Rhos-on-Sea shoe business start-up

The love of dance saw a husband and wife set up their own shop in a seaside village. Mum-of-three Colette Neal, 57, wanted to dance as soon she could walk, and took lessons in ballet, tap, stage, modern and ballroom dancing from the age of seven. After l

Wednesday, 16:26 in Business

A55 driver 'sped at 94mph to escape midges'

A man who was allegedly caught speeding on the A55 at 94mph had a rather unusual excuse for police. The driver was pulled over at Abergele on Tuesday night travelling 24mph over the speed limit, according to North Wales Police . But when asked why he was

Wednesday, 16:21 in Regional North West

TripAdvisor punters heap praise on Zip World's FForest Coaster ride

TripAdvisor reviewers have heaped praise on Zip World's FForest Coaster ride. The attraction, which opened in May, is the first of its kind in the UK and is located at Zip World Fforest on the outskirts of Betws-y-Coed . Many customers have rated the rid

Wednesday, 15:53 in Hot News
Wales coach Robin McBryde: I owe it all to Denley

Wales coach Robin McBryde: "I owe it all to Denley"

‘I owe it all to Denley” said Wales chief Robin McBryde as he paid tribute to the club coach who put him on the right track to international rugby when starting out in North Wales. It was former Mold and Wales youth head coach Denley Isaac who plucked th

Wednesday, 15:06 in Sport

Why is the weather so sticky?

The clouds are rolling back in making the already hot weather feel even more uncomfortable. It wasn’t long ago that we were cursing the cold conditions, but feeling clammy during the day and tossing and turning in the heat at night has no doubt left many

Wednesday, 15:03 in Hot News
This is where you can buy a personalised Love Island water bottle

This is where you can buy a personalised Love Island water bottle

If you're a Love Island fan you know all too well that the time between 9pm and 10pm is sacrosanct as we tune in to the latest instalment of the reality TV show. Will Olivia and Chris get together? Is someone going to come in for Camilla? And will Montan

Wednesday, 15:03 in Hot News

15 of the best celebrity fashion moments from Glastonbury 2016 - including Alexa Chung, Daisy Lowe, Jess...

Tens of thousands of revellers will be lining the gates at Glastonbury today, ready to enjoy all the fun which officially kicks off tomorrow. And, as well as amazing live acts, you can guarantee there will be a host of famous faces living it up in VIP. C

Wednesday, 15:03 in Hot News

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