A £25 million investment has been announced to improve the Conwy Tunnel's resilience and safety measures.
A 3,000-year-old artefact has been dug up in a vegetable allotment in Conwy.
The Welsh Conservatives local election manifesto includes pledges on council tax and business rates, school funding and hospital services.
The A470 is closed in both directions between the B5279 and Ffordd Ty Gwyn (Ty Gwyn Road) after an accident. There's queueing traffic.
A worldwide audience of motor racing fans will tune in to Conwy later, with the ceremonial start of the final round of the World Rally Championship.
North Wales is a new home for the Wales Rally GB which is expected to plough 5 million pounds into the local economy.
The event finishes in Llandudno.
The A55 Pen-Y-Clip tunnel westbound between Penmaenmawr and Conwy is closed due to electricity work at Ffordd Bangor. The Highways Agency say this will be closed until Friday.
Pressure is growing on councils to provide more sites for the gypsy and traveller community.
Some Welsh councils currently do not provide any official sites at all.
In future all local authorities could be required to provide enough legal sites, proposed in a bill to be introduced later this month.
One traveller in Conwy says she has been forced into hiding because of hostility - and says an official site would be the answer to her dreams.
Thousands of people have turned out for this year's Conwy food festival, which is in its tenth year.
Around 150 food and drink producers and retailers have set up their stalls in the streets of the medieval town, bringing the best of Welsh food and drink to the public.
The festival continues tomorrow.
All lanes on the A55 Eastbound have re-opened but there's still slow traffic after an accident between J22 Promenade (Old Colwyn) and J23 A547 Abergele Road (Llanddulas). There's congestion to J20 A547 Brompton Avenue / B5115 Brompton Avenue (Colwyn Bay).
North Wales Police says the death of an elderly woman in Deganwy, in Conwy, is no longer being treated as suspicious.
A 63-year-old local man arrested on suspicion of murder has been released from police custody.
The woman was found at her home yesterday.
The update comes following a post-mortem examination.
The coroner has been told.
A 63-year-old man from Deganwy, in Conwy, has been arrested on suspicion of the murder of an elderly woman in the town.
North Wales Police says officers were called to an address in the Penlan area of Deganwy at 6.45pm on Wednesday, where the woman's body was found.
Police said the arrested man is known to the woman. He is currently in custody.
The cause of her death has not yet been established.
One lane is closed in both directions for barrier repairs after an earlier accident on the A55 between J16 Ffordd Conwy (Conwy Road) Dwygyfylchi and J15 Penmaenmawr Road (Llanfairfechan).
North Wales Police has apologised to a pensioner in Conwy after raiding her home by mistake.
75-year-old Shirley Williams, who has never been in trouble with the law, was left shaken and upset when police tried to break down her front door.