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Giant solar park heading to Welsh Government to decide...after Anglesey planning committee deferred...

Plans for Wales’s biggest solar park are heading to the Welsh Government after the developer has been left fuming at a 16 month wait for Anglesey council to make a decision. The proposals for the 220 acre solar farm near Cemaes were first submitted by Co

Tuesday, 05:27 in Regional North West
 

New offer for disappointed Electric Wave Festival-goers

An event organiser has offered disappointed Electric Wave Festival-goers a third off tickets for his show in Conwy County this September. Gav Mart, who runs 3rd Space in Llandudno, organised Gorjys Secrets festival at Snowdonia Surf Centre last year. Thi

Tuesday, 05:05 in Regional
 

UK's first Development Bank will open in North Wales this autumn

The UK’s first Development Bank has now been given the official go-ahead by the Welsh Government and will be up and running by October, Economy Secretary Ken Skates has announced. The Development Bank of Wales - which will be based in North Wales - will

Tuesday, 00:42 in Regional North West
 
Two women and a child taken to hospital after Bala crash

Two women and a child taken to hospital after Bala crash

Two women and a child were all taken to hospital after a two-vehicle crash near Bala . Emergency services were called to reports of a head-on crash on the A4212 between Bala and Frongoch at roughly 4.45pm on Monday. North Wales Police also called North W

Monday, 20:52 in Regional
 

Chester Zoo's grassland savannah and treetop forest walkways plan

A huge grassland savannah and treks across treetop forest walkways are part of new plans to keep visitors coming through the gates at Chester Zoo. The aim is to cement Chester Zoo’s position as one of the world’s best conservation, animal and leisure att

Monday, 20:16 in Regional North West
 

Meet the Ruthin golfer who lived ... because someone else died

Knowing another human being had to die before we could live must be difficult - but it is a truth Brenda Roberts has learnt to live with. The 64-year-old from Ruthin was just 48 hours from death after coping with a liver disease for 21 years. When she wa

Monday, 19:12 in Regional North West
 

North Wales's only five star hotel now has another top award

A hotel in Gwynedd - that became the first one in North Wales to get five star status for over a decade - now also has a Visit Wales Gold Award. Economy Secretary, Ken Skates visited Palé Hall, near Bala, to congratulate them on their recent achievements

Monday, 19:10 in Business
 

Coronation Street Insider: Neil gets his comeuppance

Troubled Bethany Platt will finally get the justice she deserves when pal Craig Tinker catches her abuser in the act. Police officer Neil Clifton who raped Bethany earlier this year after her evil boyfriend Nathan Curtis sexually groomed the teen will fi

Monday, 18:26 in Hot News
 

Banned, drunk 100mph driver who only stopped when tank ran dry swerves jail

A drunk driver who drove at speeds of up to 100mph - sometimes on the wrong side of the road - while being pursued by police, has been spared jail. Dale Joseph Hughes, 30, who has never passed a driving test, admitted dangerous driving, drink driving, dr

Monday, 18:24 in Regional
 

Premier Inn plan for Porthmadog set to get go-ahead

Dozens of jobs could be created if plans for a Premier Inn hotel and restaurant are given the go-ahead. The chain has submitted plans to Gwynedd Council for a 60 bedroom hotel with a cafe and restaurant on Penamser Road, Porthmadog, saying it would “prov

Monday, 18:17 in Regional North West
 

Abersoch tree wars end up in court

A man who lopped 18 trees in parkland because they were spoiling the view and taking the light from his in-laws’ home pleaded guilty to causing criminal damage. The trees were sawn at Coed yr Allt in Abersoch in Gwynedd, and 54-year-old Ian Holmes said t

Monday, 18:17 in Regional North West
 

Real reason Surf Snowdonia's Electric Wave Festival was cancelled

Surf Snowdonia’s first ever Electric Wave Festival was cancelled after just one day over fears for revellers' safety, it can be revealed today. Exceptionally high unseasonal winds are said to have compromised the main arena making it a potential danger t

Monday, 18:15 in Hot News
 

Game of Thrones is coming and here are some of the connections the show has to Wales

The day that Game of Thrones fans have been eagerly awaiting is here. Series seven of the hit HBO epic landed at 2am, with many die-hard viewers staying up till the early hours to be the first to watch it. Surprisingly none of the show has been filmed he

Monday, 18:15 in Hot News
 

'Wood' you believe it? See what this dad of six did to his 'boring' garage conversion

You could be forgiven for thinking this garage has been turned into a log store – but it’s actually a work of art. Kevin Williams converted his garage into a bedroom, but bored by its appearance decided to spruce it up. The dad-of-six from Kinmel Bay dec

Monday, 16:23 in Regional North West
 

Gwynedd village sees superfast broadband promise broken for tenth time

A community in Meirionnydd which has been promised superfast broadband ten times has been told that work to roll-out the service has been delayed yet again. Villagers in Rhydymain have been plagued by poor internet sparking concerns the lack of progress

Monday, 16:19 in Regional
 


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