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Investigation on-going after woman killed in crash

An investigation is continuing after a woman in her 60s died and a second one was left seriously injured following a car crash in Llandudno.

The crash happened near the Llandudno link road. Credit: Google Maps

The incident happened at a bend on the lane between the Llandudno link road and Penrhyn Bay, near Glanwydden, last night and involved a black Renault Clio which careered into a field.

Police in north Wales said it happened some time between 4.45pm and 9.25pm.

Two arrests after Llandudno jogger assault

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Two men from the Cheshire have been arrested by North Wales Police after a jogger was assaulted by two men on Saturday morning. Officers say the incident happened at 7am in Llandudno's promenade area and their inquiries reveal that a 52 year old man was assaulted at a similar time while walking his dog.

The motive for the assault is not believed to be robbery-related and thankfully the injuries were minor in nature. Police enquires continue whilst the males remain in custody. We are content that this was an isolated incident in which a swift and effective response was made.

– Inspector Gareth Cust, North Wales Police

Llandudno home to the most expensive place to live in Wales

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Llys Helyg Drive in Llandudno is the most expensive street to buy property in, in Wales, with average house prices of more than £1.06m.

The only other street in Wales that breaks the £1m barrier is St Annes Close in Swansea, with an average of £1.02m.

Eaton Square in London's Belgravia is the most expensive street in the UK, according to the figures from Lloyds Bank, with homes there selling for nearly £17m.

The top five most expensive streets in Wales are:

  • 1. Llys Helyg Drive, Llandudno - £1,064,000
  • 2. St Annes Close, Swansea - £1,029,000
  • 3. Druidstone Road, Cardiff - £790,000
  • 4. Llandennis Avenue, Cardiff - £784,000
  • 5. Westminster Crescent, Cardiff - £773,000

Woman's body found on Llandudno beach

Llandudno’s North Parade beach. Credit: Google

North Wales Police says a body has been discovered on Llandudno’s North Parade beach.

The discovery was made at around 9.15pm last night, Wednesday 7th December.

Officers say the woman was pronounced dead at the scene and later formally identified as 63 year old Gwynedd woman Wendy Balaam who had been reported missing from her home earlier that day.

Next of kin have been informed. Police say they are not treating the death as suspicious and the matter has been referred to the coroner.

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