The judge criticised the Welsh Government's approval of charity funds as "frankly astounding"
Around 300 people have taken to the streets to demonstrate their opposition to health service changes in North Wales.
A man has been charged with two counts of attempted murder after two people were stabbed in Llandudno on Monday.
An inflatable life-size Mickey Mouse was recovered from the sea off Little Orme in Llandudno today, after a 999 call was made.
A concerned member of the public made the call at around 7:45pm when they spotted an object floating in the water.
The Llandudno ILB lifeboat and local coastguard were sent to the area near the beach front.
The inflatable disney character was taken out of the water a few hundred yards offshore.
The lifeboat team say the call was made with good intent.
This weekend, a special concert will be held in Llandudno to help raise awareness of the threat to lions in Africa.
In less than half a century, the population of the species has declined by 75 percent.
Now, Queen guitarist Brian May and singer Kerry Ellis are taking to the road to try to halt the decline.
Over the next three days there'll be an unusual number of Bentleys and Bugattis touring the towns of North Wales.
Llandudno is hosting the Three Castles Welsh Classic Trial, which sees sixty years-worth of cars competing in sixteen tests, while taking in some spectacular scenery.
Lorna Prichard was lucky enough to get a closer look as racers prepare for trial's start tomorrow.
An evacuation was carried out last night when fire broke out at a seaside hotel and pub. North Wales Fire and Rescue Service said the blaze was in the roof space of the Alexandra Hotel in the town centre. No one was hurt.
Llandudno has been named in the UK's top 10 travel destinations in a poll by travel website, TripAdvisor.
The seaside town came in 9th place behind London, Manchester, Glasgow, Liverpool, Belfast, Blackpool, Birmingham and Torquay, but ahead of Bristol.
Angus Struthers, of TripAdvisor, said: "With the choice of so many beautiful destinations in the UK, it's fantastic that travellers have named, Llandudno as among the UK's very best."
A Visit Wales spokesperson said: "We are delighted that Llandudno in Wales has been recognised as one of the best destinations in the uK. A beautiful seaside town, Llandudno boasts a special Welsh charm, Victorian elegance and beautiful beaches.
"The town has long been known for its warm welcome and we are very proud that the Lauriston Court Hotel in Llandudno was also named the number one hotel for service in the world in the TripAdvisor Travellers' Choice Hotel Awards earlier this year."
Two kayakers were rescued by an inshore lifeboat from Llandudno last night after getting into difficulties off the West side of the town's Great Orme.
One of the men, in their 20s, was suffering from hypothermia and was taken to Ysbyty Glan Clwyd for a check-up.
The alarm had been raised by a member of the public.
It's six months until the world rally championship comes to its climax in Wales - and today the brains and the bosses behind the championship annnounced a lot of changes.
This year - the 1,700 kilometer course starts and finishes in North Wales - and runs over routes some of which were last used in the Wales Rally GB fifty years ago, as Rob Shelley reports.
Wales Rally GB are launching this year's event which takes place in north Wales this November. The new route starts in Conwy and finishes in Llandudno, with the headquarters moving out of Cardiff to Deeside.
Wales Rally GB will be officially launched at its new home in North Wales later. Organisers announced last month that rally, which has been based in South Wales since 2000, was making the move north.
The rally takes place between 14th and 17th November and the new route will be announced at today's launch in Llandudno.
A former soldier who defrauded Conwy Council out of 125 thousand pounds has been sentenced to three years in prison. Christopher O'Neill set up a charity for North Wales war veterans called Forces for Good.
But he spent money he obtained for the project on his own lavish lifestyle, and a gambling habit.
The judge in the case said he was astounded that the Welsh Government had approved the project without basic checks being carried out.