Residents have been evacuated after a fire broke out at a nursing home in North Wales.
Crews were called to the home on Copthorne Road in Colwyn Bay at 21.17 on Thursday evening.
The fire was brought under control and contained to the basement area of the building, and all residents have been evacuated as a precaution.
North Wales Fire and Rescue service could not confirm the name of the nursing home.
A former police superintendent has appeared in court today charged with three more child sex offences.
Defendant Gordon Anglesea, 78, of Old Colwyn is charged with a total of seven sex offences against children dating between 1979 and 1987.
The retired North Wales police officer was granted bail by a district judge and is due to appear before Mold Crown Court on Friday 20th November.
He was arrested by detectives from Operation Pallial, a National Crime Investigation into claims of historical sex offences in the North Wales care home system.
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North Wales Police say the body found at Kinmel Bay on Sunday evening has been identified as missing fisherman Brian Hughes.
A major search operation was launched after his 24ft fishing boat was reported missing after leaving Colwyn Bay on July 14.
An ex-police chief charged with historic sex offences has appeared in court.
Defendant Gordon Anglesea, 78, a retired North Wales Police superintendent, was arrested by detectives from Operation Pallial, a National Crime Investigation into claims of historical sex offences in the North Wales care home system.
Anglesea, of Gwynant, Old Colwyn, faces a total of seven charges between 1979 and 1987.
Mold magistrates' court was told on Thursday that he would deny all the allegations.
He was bailed on condition that he did not contact witnesses, that he surrendered his passport, that he reported to police at Colwyn Bay twice a week and that he should live at his home address.
The case against Anglesea was sent to Mold Crown Court where he will appear at a preliminary hearing on Friday July 24th.
North Wales Police has confirmed the name of the fisherman who has been missing since Tuesday night as 66 year old Brian Hughes from Conwy.
Mr Hughes was known to his family and friends as Bychan.
A search operation was called off at 10.15 this morning.
Despite a major search involving Coastguard rescue teams, RNLI lifeboats and the Coastguard rescue helicopter based at Caernarfon, neither the fisherman nor his vessel have been found.
The extensive search covering the sea and coastline continued until last light yesterday and resumed with a shoreline search for several hours this morning.
A life raft belonging to the missing vessel was found yesterday drifting off Llanddulas.
We have completed extensive searches both yesterday and this morning, unfortunately the fisherman hasn’t been found. His family have been informed that the search has finished.
A major search operation for a fisherman missing in Colwyn Bay has resumed on land this morning.
The UK Coastguard received a call yesterday morning from a concerned relative reporting that the fishing vessel had not returned the night before as expected.
Coastguard rescue teams, RNLI Lifeboats and the Coastguard rescue helicopter based at Caernarfon were out searching yesterday after the alarm was raised at around 10am and the search continued until last light.
This morning, Coastguard rescue teams from Bangor, Llandudno and Rhyl are continuing the search on land between Llanfairfechan and Rhyl.