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Wylfa and Trawsfynydd nuclear deal SCRAPPED as cost of clean-up greater than anticipated

A contract to clean up 12 Magnox nuclear sites - including Trawsfynydd and Wylfa - will be scrapped early due to the rising costs of the multi-billion pound project. The NDA ran a £6.1 billion tender process from April 2012 which resulted in a 14 year co

Monday, 12:11 in Business
 
Liverpool FC boss Jurgen Klopp told to learn from predecessor's mistakes

Liverpool FC boss Jurgen Klopp told to learn from predecessor's mistakes

Former Liverpool boss Roy Evans has called on current manager Jurgen Klopp to avoid making the same mistakes of his predecessor this summer in the transfer market. Evans, who managed the Reds between 1994 and 1998, wants to see three or four ‘big signing

Monday, 11:56 in Sport
 
North Wales sees biggest rise in recorded crime by children aged 10 and under

North Wales sees biggest rise in recorded crime by children aged 10 and under

North Wales has seen a larger rise in crime recorded against children aged 10 years old or under than any other area of Wales, according to official figures. The figures, gained under a Freedom of Information request to all forces in Wales, shows the Nor

Monday, 11:39 in Regional North West
 

UK set for real-life Jurassic Park due to open its gates later this year

Take a journey 67 million years into the past as a real-life Jurassic Park is opening in the UK later this year. The team behind BBC’s Walking With Dinosaurs will be transporting visitors back to the time to the greatest safari of them all - surrounded b

Monday, 11:08 in Hot News
 

Iceland supermarket named top for online shopping experience

Iceland supermarket has come top for its online shopping for the second consecutive year - beating Waitrose, Tesco and Sainsbury’s. The national frozen food chain also came above Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Asda for in-store experience, according to a poll by

Monday, 10:56 in Business
 

New 12-sided £1 coin enters circulation on Tuesday

A new 12-sided £1 coin enters circulation on Tuesday, as it starts to edge out the old "round pound" after more than 30 years. The new coin has been described as the most secure coin in the world and boasts high-tech features, including a...

Monday, 10:50 in World News
 

A lack of intent is not an excuse - fall out from Coleman's horrific leg break

The fall out from Neil Taylor’s reckless challenge on Seamus Coleman is continuing to grab headlines on Monday morning, more than 48 hours after the final whistle of Friday’s World Cup qualifier between Wales and the Republic of Ireland. It was a tense a

Monday, 10:49 in Sport
 
First pictures of Conwy Valley luxury lodge development

First pictures of Conwy Valley luxury lodge development

These images have been released of a luxury lodge development planned for land next to a Conwy Valley pub. The Tal-y-Cafn pub - which re-opened last summer after six years - revealed last week it wants to demolish an existing iron shed and replace it wit

Monday, 10:31 in Business
 
Firefighters sent back to Llangollen gorse fire after it re-ignites

Firefighters sent back to Llangollen gorse fire after it re-ignites

Four fire crews are tackling a fire at Llantysilio mountain near Llangollen . The North Wales Fire and Rescue Service were first called to the blaze at 3.50pm yesterday and thought to have the blaze under control last night. However it has re-ignited wit

Monday, 08:26 in Regional
 
The morning news headlines: Theresa May vows to build a more united nation after Brexit; BT fined record £42 million over 'serious breach' of Ofcom rules

The morning news headlines: Theresa May vows to build a more united nation after Brexit; BT fined record...

THERESA MAY VOWS TO BUILD A MORE UNITED NATION AFTER BREXIT Theresa May will vow never to allow the UK to become "looser and weaker" in a speech ahead of a meeting in Scotland with Nicola Sturgeon. The Prime Minister is heading north of the...

Monday, 08:07 in World News
 
Arsonists strike in Wrexham again

Arsonists strike in Wrexham again

Arsonists have struck in Wrexham again, this time destroying a car. The North Wales Fire and Rescue Service were called to a vehicle fire on Carlton Grange, Grove Road at 3.10am today. They sent one pump from Wrexham to the fire and used one hose reel to

Monday, 07:54 in Regional North West
 
League round-ups from North Wales football

League round-ups from North Wales football

Huws Gray Alliance Caernarfon Town secured runners-up spot in the Huws Gray Alliance after Nathan Craig's stunning late equaliser sealed a 2-2 draw at Mold Alex. Despite dominating first-half possession, the Canaries struggled to create clear-cut chances

Sunday, 20:42 in Sport
 

Jose Mourinho is sent a message by Manchester United FC fans over transfer targets

Jose Mourinho should sign a striker this summer - and Antoine Griezmann is the player he should target according to Manchester United fans. In the results of an MEN fan survey, 57% of suppporters feel a new forward is needed and a whopping 66% believe th

Sunday, 20:12 in Sport
 
Welsh Premier: Ten-man Citizens strike late to deny Nomads

Welsh Premier: Ten-man Citizens strike late to deny Nomads

gap Connah’s Quay 1 Bangor City 1 Quay manager Andy Morrison said Bangor ’s 87th minute equaliser was a “hard pill to take” at a stage of the game where his team should have been out of sight. The Nomads lost second place to Europe-chasing rivals Bala T

Sunday, 18:59 in Sport
 

Radio phone-in caller who isn't happy about Everton FC's stadium plans

The news broke last week that Everton are making progress in their bid to build a new stadium. And this, predictably, thrilled most Blues fans. But equally predictably, there were some Liverpool supporters who weren’t exactly jumping for joy. One of them

Sunday, 18:16 in Sport
 


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