Dillan Brown from Llandudno is understood to have clipped, hit his head, and plunged into the water. He later died in Bangor hospital.Read the full story ›
Welsh Premier League side Bangor City have been refused a licence to continue playing in Welsh football's top tier.Read the full story ›
Jonathon Rowlands from Bangor pleaded guilty to having a knife outside Ysgol Tryfan during a row with another man.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for information to help find a 38-year-old woman who has gone missing.
Gwent Police said Ratda Jenkins was last seen at her home in Bargoed at about 10pm on Friday.
Ratda is described as Asian, approximately 5'2" tall, of a slim build with dark shoulder length hair and brown eyes.
ITV Wales’ Y Byd ar Bedwar, has spoken to a man who calls Wales home, about why he travelled to Spain to vote in Sunday's referendum.Read the full story ›
A 54 year old man has been charged with the murder of a woman in Bangor earlier this week.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for witnesses who may have seen a car as they continue to question a 54 year old man over a women's death in Bangor.Read the full story ›
Police have set up an incident room.and are continuing to question a 54 year old man over a women's death in Bangor.Read the full story ›
A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a woman suffered serious injuries in an incident in Bangor.Read the full story ›
115 members of staff at Bangor University are facing compulsory redundancy, the university has confirmed.
The institution said it has been carrying out a review to address 'significant financial challenges' where £8.5m of savings needed to be made.
That equates to 170 posts but due to a voluntary severance scheme, the university confirmed the number has reduced to 115.
It added a period of formal consultation with unions and staff had begun this week and will close on 1 September.
Bangor University’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor John G Hughes said: “Whilst the number of posts at risk has reduced, it is still a significant number and we will continue to seek ways in which we can further reduce the need for compulsory redundancies."