A man suspected by police of killing a disabled man in Wrexham has been arrested. 25 year-old Jordan Davidson was caught in Flint in the early hours of Wednesday morning, after a manhunt was launched in the wake of the death of Nicholas Churton, whose body was found at a house on Crescent Close in Wrexham on Monday. Davidson, who […]Read more ›
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Confidential Home Office papers have been released for the first time, revealing the UK Government’s response to the Meibion Glyndŵr firebombing campaign on holiday homes in Wales. Around 228 attacks on English-owned homes – mostly in North Wales – were carried out between 1979 and 1994. Estate agents in England and Conservative politicians were also targeted. The documents, obtained by BBC […]Read more ›
Police say a big fire at the former North Wales hospital in Denbigh was started deliberately. It took nearly five hours to put out the fire at the Grade II-listed building on Monday night – an investigation into the cause of the blaze took place on Tuesday morning but the extent of damage remains unknown. The hospital, earmarked for future […]Read more ›
Recently, it was announced that the People Plus office based in Churton Road, Rhyl, which has provided mandatory employment support and training services to the long-term unemployed, was to be closed and relocated. The short notice given to both staff and service users is of concern and caused a great deal of upset and worry. This week in the […]Read more ›
A new set of principles for all staff employed by the Welsh NHS, which form the basis of the “Welsh way” of working, has been unveiled by Wales’ Health and Social Services Minister Mark Drakeford. The NHS core principles, which have been developed in partnership by the Welsh Government, NHS Wales Employers and trade unions, are the foundation of how […]Read more ›