Gavin Thorman, 37, from Caernarfon was jailed for 12 years last year for his part in conspiring to supply Class A and B controlled drugs.Read the full story ›
Donna Williams, 33, says she was dismissed from her NHS clerical job of 15 years and made to feel 'victimised' for wanting a family.Read the full story ›
North Wales Police have referred themselves to the IPCC after one of their officers fired a taser at a man.Read the full story ›
Cardiff Council is to deploy an extra cleaning team to tackle the rubbish scattered by scavenging seagulls.
It's the breeding season for the birds and they search for food in the city centre ripping open bags.
The council says the birds are very intelligent and are a protected species under UK Law. Now a team will work after the normal day shift and extra hours at weekends.
New storage bins will also be introduced.
A British High Court judge has been asked to come to the aid of a woman who says she has been imprisoned by her father in Saudi Arabia.Read the full story ›
The residents of Conwy in North Wales say it's been the worst year for disruption from the herring gulls.Read the full story ›
Wales' largest council will look at a proposal today to shorten school summer holidays by a week allowing families cheaper breaks.Read the full story ›
North Wales Police is investigating after a man was assaulted in Rhyl on Sunday 17th July 2016.
Police say the incident happened between 8:30pm and 9:30pm on Sunday the 17th of July.
A local man aged in his 20’s was walking in an alleyway between Kinmel Street and Windsor Street Rhyl when he was attacked. He sustained a number of injuries.
Unfortunately he (the victim) was unable to get a good description of his attackers but from initial enquiries we are keen to trace two men believed to have been in the area at the time.
I’d also appeal to anyone else who was in the area or who knows anything about the assault to contact Police and help us piece together exactly what took place.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the police on 101 or via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 and quote RC16105222.
Alternatively, contact the control room direct via the new web live chathttp://www.north-wales.police.uk/contact/chat-support.aspx
Ambulance response times have improved since the introduction of a new pilot model launched in October.Read the full story ›