The Cilcain Show & Mountain Race takes place on Bank Holiday Monday 29th August 2016 from 11am. A GREAT FAMILY DAY OUT !!! The day will be full of activities such as: Horse Logging demonstration – Army Assault Course – Artisan Foods – Gun Dog Demo – Chain Saw Carving – Classic Vehicles – Magic Show – Photo Exhibition And it is […]
Pakistan has ordered an urgent investigation into the death of a British woman following a claim it was a so-called “honour killing”.
The owners of a Rhyl nightspot say they will appeal a decision to revoke its right to serve alcohol. Denbighshire councillors revoked Bar Bow’s licence following a number of incidents, including violence and drug dealing. It had also refused to join the local PubWatch scheme. But after the hearing on Monday, management said it would challenge the decision and the Water Street venue was […]
A man accused of the murder of Emma Baum in Gwynedd is set to go on trial in November. David Nicholas Davies was charged last week with killing the mother-of-one in Penygroes. Her body was found with serious head injuries in the garden of her home on Llwyndu Road. Davies (25), from Clynnog Fawr near Trefor, spoke only to confirm […]
First Minister of Wales Carwyn Jones welcomed Prime Minister Theresa May to Wales today. In his initial meeting with Theresa May, the First Minister called for fair funding and a proper, lasting devolution settlement for Wales. During the meeting, the First Minister stressed the importance of remaining focused on safeguarding the long-term future for the steel industry in […]
THE HIT BBC2 RADIO SHOW ‘SOUNDS OF THE 50s’ Following his hit BBC Radio 2 series, Leo Green presents Sounds of the 50s Live. Leo’s musicians and singers perform hits from the likes of Elvis, Buddy Holly, James Brown, Sam Cooke, Bill Haley, Frankie Laine, The Drifters, Julie London, Peggy Lee, Cliff Richard, Jackie Wilson and many others, all woven […]
LONDON (Reuters) – A year of unrelenting misery, of corruption, cover-ups, bans, appeals and doping, doping, doping, has ripped the heart and soul out of athletics, the sport that likes to think of itself as the heart and soul of the Olympics.
The Rhyl Carnival and Parade with take place on Sunday 31st July at 12pm until The carnival parade will leave Quay Street car park at 12 noon and proceed along Wellington Road, turning down the High Street onto Vale Road to the Coronation Gardens where there will be a fun fair, inflatables, stalls and displays. We also have donkey rides […]
A warning is being issued to youngsters to be aware of their surroundings whilst playing Pokémon Go – the latest online game taking the world by storm. Officers are issuing the warning following a report received today (Monday, July 18th) of two youths seen on their phones on the A55 near Holyhead. The aim of the game is […]