The woman died in hospital following a collision on the A541 Wrexham road in Pontblyddyn yesterday evening.
A 26-year-old man has been jailed after speeding on the M25 motorway for 14 miles in the wrong direction.
Watchdogs say Welsh police forces are better at tackling anti-social behaviour but more still needs to be done.
North Wales Police say they are "increasingly concerned" for the welfare of a Wrexham man who has been missing from home since Monday.
Kevin Wyburn Williams, 49, was last seen at around 6pm on March 25th after leaving Wrexham Maelor Hospital. He had been treated at the A and E department following a fall.
Mr Williams spoke to his brother by phone at around 7pm on that day, but has not been heard from since.
Police describe him as white, 5’8” tall,of thin build, with short grey hair. He is clean shaven, has blue eyes and walks with a limp.
North Wales Police in Anglesey are increasing their road patrols this weekend as part of a campaign to reduce the number of collisions in the area.
It comes after two local men died in a road accident last weekend.
As part of assisting the community come to terms with the collision and reassure the public that North Wales Police and our partners will do all it can to reduce serious and fatal road traffic collisions we will continue with our preventative campaigns on the A5025 and the Island as a whole. Extra High Visibility patrols will endeavour to reassure, educate and where necessary prosecute any driving offences identified.
– Acting Chief Inspector Simon Barrasford, North Wales Police
Additionally our Officers will be visiting local colleges and comprehensive schools to continue to educate young drivers about the dangers of the Fatal 5 motoring offences which can often lead to the most tragic outcome. The Fatal 5 are not wearing a seatbelt, driving dangerously and taking risks, drink and drug driving, speeding or using a mobile phone whilst driving. We want people to think about their driving and understand the devastating impact their actions can have.
The body of a woman that was found on a beach in Porth Dafarch on Anglesey on Saturday has been named as 60-year-old Valerie Lavorato from Valley.
Police say there do not appear to be any suspicious circumstances following the discovery of a female body on an Anglesey beach.
Officers and Holyhead coastguards were called to Porth Dafarch, near Trearddur Bay, shortly before 4.30pm yesterday.
The next of kin have been informed.
Police are appealing for witnesses to a road traffic collision on Anglesey in which a motorcyclist and a pedestrian died.
The crash happened on the A5025 road at Cerrig-Man, near Amlwch, at around 3.30pm yesterday afternoon.
Next of kin have been informed.
Police are asking anyone with information to contact them using the 101 number.
Driver dies in crash with tanker near Pentrefoelas. North Wales Police say the collision took place on the A5.
The A5 is currently closed and is expected to remain so for the time being. Diversions are in place via the Sportsman’s Arms A543 and the B4501.
– North Wales Police statement
At 12.16pm today (Tuesday, March 5) police received a report of the collision involving a car and a tanker on the road between Pentrefoelas and Glasfryn. The driver of the Ford Fiesta sustained fatal injuries. The driver of the tanker is not believed to have sustained injury.
Officers investigating are appealing to anyone who witnessed the collision to contact PC 481 Mark Lightfoot on 101.
The family of a pensioner found dead at her Wrexham home eight days ago have paid tribute to her.
Glynis Solmaz, 65, was discovered by police at her Caia Park estate home on February 20.
Daughters Donna and Paula said they were 'absolutely devastated' at the loss of their mother, whom they said would be 'very deeply missed'.
They added: “Mum was a very popular, bubbly person with a huge heart. We have been overwhelmed by the kindness and support from family, friends and neighbours and we would like to thank each and every one of them, as well as North Wales Police, for all the compassion shown to us.”
Two men today appeared before a crown court judge charged with murder and conspiracy to burgle. They were remanded in custody.
Two men have appeared before magistrates this morning charged with the murder of a Wrexham pensioner.
The body of 65-year-old Glynis Solmaz was found by police at her home on Wrexham's Caia Park estate on February 20.
Alexandros Weatherill, 23, and Christopher Curran, 34, appeared before magistrates to face a charge of murder. They also face a charge of conspiracy to steal.
Both men spoke only to confirm their names and addresses during a short hearing.
They will appear before a crown court judge in Caernarfon tomorrow for a bail hearing.
Two other men have been charged with conspiracy to steal. They will appear at Mold Crown Court on March 8.
North Wales Police have charged two men with the murder of a 65-year-old woman from Wrexham.
Glynis Eileen Solmaz was found dead at her home in Caia Park last Wednesday.
Alexandrous Weatherhill, 23, and Christopher Curran, 34, have both been charged with her murder and conspiracy to burgle.
Two other men - Christopher Natt, 52, and David Lovell, 29 - were also charged with conspiracy to burgle.
All four will appear before Wrexham Magistrates Court tomorrow morning.
A photo has been released of Glynis Eileen Solmaz from Wrexham who was found dead last Wednesday.
Four men continue to be questioned by North Wales Police on suspicion of murder.
Police were called to a property in Bryn Hafod where they found the body of the 65-year-old.