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Rhyl nursery safe for now after lease termination u-turn by council

A nursery boss has spoken of her relief after school and council bosses withdrew a notice to terminate the site’s lease. Martine’s Child Care received the bombshell news earlier this month that they had six months to leave the site at Ysgol Llewelyn in R

Friday, 11:59 in Regional North West

Police 'knew teenage paedophile was looking at indecent images but did nothing about it' court told

An 18-year-old paedophile was locked up for possessing extreme child sex abuse videos - more than 18 months after police became aware of his activities but did nothing about it, a court heard. At Mold Crown Court, teenage council worker James Owen-Davies

Friday, 11:15 in Regional North West
'Shoddy' health chiefs slammed by coroner over handling of pensioner's death

'Shoddy' health chiefs slammed by coroner over handling of pensioner's death

A coroner has slammed health board officials for what she described as the “shoddy” way they handled enquiries into the death of a pensioner. Nicola Jones, assistant coroner for North Wales East and Central, said she would have expected a serious inciden

Friday, 11:15 in Regional North West

Manchester Airport starts £1bn 'super-terminal' work today and this is what it will look like

Manchester Airport's £1bn project to create a "super-terminal" gets underway today. Airport bosses are to double the size of Manchester Airport’s Terminal 2. The airport serves millions of passengers from North Wales who will benefit once...

Friday, 11:02 in Regional North West

Welsh Black cattle set to stamp their mark on 2017 Royal Welsh Show

For show animals the journey from pasture to prize ring usually involves months of planning and preparation. And when the goal is the Royal Welsh Show , every little detail counts. Like most exhibitors Jessica Evans Williams, husband Hugh and father Elwy

Friday, 10:37 in Regional

Two dead as earthquake hits Greek holiday island

At least two people have died and scores more injured when an earthquake struck the Greek holiday isle of Kos in the early hours of this morning. Tourists fled their hotel rooms and bars in terror as the powerful quake hit, causing buildings to shake and

Friday, 10:29 in World News

Welsh Government accused of 'passing the buck' over Wrexham's Racecourse

The Welsh Government is facing accusations it is “passing the buck” over investment in Wrexham’s historic Racecourse ground. Plaid Cymru AM Llyr Gruffydd claims while Welsh Government is investing in two sporting arenas in south Wales, it is passing on t

Friday, 09:55 in Regional

Watch the incredible views enjoyed by mountain summit 'restaurant' in Denbighshire

A sold-out pop-up restaurant on Moel Famau has prompted another quirky dining venture – this time in a forest. Families arriving at the unusual venue will be handed a den-making kit and ask to build their own mini restaurants deep in Nercwys Forest, near

Friday, 09:55 in Regional

Top news stories from Britain and around the world - Two dead in Kos as earthquake hits region popular with...

TWO DEAD IN KOS AS EARTHQUAKE HITS REGION POPULAR WITH BRITISH TOURISTS Two people have died and more than 120 have been injured in an early morning earthquake off the coast of Greek islands and Turkey, The quake, said to have been up to a magnitude of 6

Friday, 08:48 in World News

Wrexham AFC will start firing in front of goal soon insists forward

Ntumba Massanka is confident Wrexham will start firing once they finally shake the pre-season ‘rustiness’ out of their legs. Wrexham made it five wins from five in pre-season on Tuesday as they ran out 2-1 winners at Warrington Town. That followed 3-1 wi

Friday, 05:41 in Sport

Wrexham soldier who lost legs in Taliban explosion bids to powerlift at Commonwealth Games

An inspirational solider who was blown up in Afghanistan, losing his legs and leaving him partially blind, is bidding to become a powerlifter for Wales in the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Shaun Stocker, from Wrexham, has turned his life around through painst

Friday, 05:31 in Regional North West
 We can be a surprise package this season says Chirk AAA's new joint-manager

"We can be a surprise package this season" says Chirk AAA's new joint-manager

Chirk AAA 's new joint-manager Jack Ellis believes his team can prove a surprise package in the Welsh National League Premier Division this season. The Colliers achieved one of the greatest feats in the club's modern-day history last term when they lifte

Friday, 00:42 in Sport

The big clean up begins at homes, schools and hospitals hit by flash flooding

The big clean up operation has begun at hospitals, schools, homes and businesses flooded during yesterday’s storm. The torrential downpours, which saw an inch of rain fall in an hour, wreaked havoc with even operating theatres at Ysbyty Glan Clwyd being

Thursday, 23:10 in Regional North West

Drugs gang filmed themselves dealing heroin and crack cocaine from junkie gran's Mold flat

Members of a drugs gang filmed themselves dealing heroin and crack cocaine on their mobile phones. The films showed a flat in Mold being used as a drugs factory where heroin and crack cocaine was brought in, packaged and sold on. The flat, which was the

Thursday, 21:15 in Regional North West

PCSO reported her police officer colleague over alleged aftershave theft from Debenhams

A PCSO who reported a police officer, accused of stealing aftershave, has denied claims she was motivated by a personal grudge. PC Mohammed Larbi Lachiri is alleged to have stolen a a £72 bottle of Giorgio Armani from Debenham’s in Llandudno. Lachiri, 49

Thursday, 20:21 in Regional North West

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