Wrexham Maelor Hospital has introduced restrictions on admissions to four of its wards after an outbreak of diarrhoea and vomiting.
Catrin Pugh was severely burned in a coach crash in France last year - she was given just a 1:1000 chance of survival
At 95 years old, Bob can still give other players a run for their money!
Plas Madoc Leisure Centre in Wrexham will officially close today, despite numerous campaigns to save it.
The decision, which was made in February, is part of the council's plans to save £45m of its budget over the next five years.
The pool will officially close at 4.30pm today, with the leisure centre closing for good at 5.30.
Campaigners are expected to show their support at the centre this afternoon.
Fire crews were called to a recycling building on Wrexham Industrial Park earlier today after a blaze broke out on a conveyor belt.
Breathing apparatus, hose reels and main jets were used to tackle the fire and prevent it from spreading.
The blaze was reported at 11.56am and has now been extinguished. Firefighters are currently venting the property. North Wales Fire Service says the cause of the blaze is under investigation.
Staff at company in Wrexham have taking part in a new form of exercise - laughter yoga. The 45-minute sessions involve 20 employees at a time performing laughing and giggling exercises, which apparently make you healthier in the process. Rob Shelley went to see for himself.
Three men from Wrexham have been arrested in connection with a disturbance involving football fans in Rhyl on Saturday.
British Transport Police is appealing for witnesses to the incident which happened on a train at Rhyl railway station at around 6.45pm.
The men, aged 49, 31 and 21, were arrested along with a 34-year-old man, on suspicion of public order offences and bailed pending further enquiries.
– Inspector Mark Jones, British Transport Police
The disturbance took place on board a Holyhead to Shrewsbury service, which was stationary at Rhyl station at the time...
This must have been an intimidating environment for other passengers on board the train and on the platform at Rhyl. We do not tolerate anti-social and violent behaviour like this and we will be continuing our enquiries, including viewing any available CCTV and speaking to witnesses.
Anyone who witnessed the incident is asked to contact British Transport Police on 0800 405040 quoting reference number WSUB/B7 of 14/04/2014.
200 jobs are being created at financial research firm Avox in Wrexham by the end of 2016.
That economic boost comes after a worrying few weeks of jobs news around Wales, with 149 jobs lost at Creative Foods in Flint, 400 under threat at the Murco oil refinery in Milford Haven, 650 going at Avana Bakeries in Newport, and a further 150 under threat at the Freeman events company in Cwmcarn.
The Prime Minister was also in North Wales - visiting a furniture business in Flintshire.
A financial services company has announced it will create 200 new jobs in Wrexham by the end of 2016.
Avox, which has its headquarters at Redwither Business Park, says it is expanding because of growing demand for its services.
Prime Minister David Cameron said: “Today’s news from Avox is a great vote of confidence in Wrexham and shows that the UK is open for business.”
Johnny Hunt scored an early goal for Wrexham in their Football Conference match against Macclesfield. It's the side's first win under manager Kevin Wilkin. It leaves them in 17th position in the table.
A row has broken out over the future of Wrexham's historic markets.
Plans have been unveiled to replace some market stalls with a new cultural centre, plus bars and restaurants.
As the council starts to talk through the scheme this evening, the traders say things should be left as they are.
Rob Shelley reports.
Kevin Wilkin has been appointed as Wrexham's new manager.
The 46 year old former Nuneaton boss has been given the job following the departure of Andy Morrell.
Former Wales captain Barry Horne becomes the club's head of operations.
Rob Shelley reports.