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by / on April 27, 2017 at 5:17 pm / in Regional News

Police safeguarding victims during Modern Slavery operation in Deeside – update

    A planned multi-agency operation to combat the exploitation of ‘manual labourers’ in north Wales is continuing this afternoon as North Wales Police and National Crime Agency officers further their investigation following an arrest and searches at three locations in the Deeside area this morning,  Thursday 27th April 2017.    During the course of the operation officers have interviewed nine […]

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by / on April 27, 2017 at 12:56 pm / in Regional News

Police safeguarding victims during Modern Slavery operation in Deeside

As part of an on-going investigation concerning the exploitation of ‘manual labourers’ a pre-planned multi-agency operation led by North Wales Police took place this morning at a number of locations in the Deeside area .   North Wales Police supported by officers from the National Crime Agency were joined by colleagues from the Local Authority, Social Services, the Health Authority and […]

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by / on April 18, 2017 at 4:31 pm / in Local News & Archive, MP's Casebook

Election 2017: Vale of Clwyd MP to defend seat

The Conservative MP for the Vale of Clwyd says he will defend his Westminster seat following the shock announcement of an early general election. Dr James Davies said he welcomed Theresa May’s decision to go to the polls on Thursday 8th June and would seek a fresh mandate to represent the Vale of Clwyd in parliament. Dr Davies won the […]

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by / on March 30, 2017 at 3:22 pm / in Denbighshire News, Local News & Archive

Rhyl High School design in Architecture Award Shortlist

  Denbighshire County Council has welcomed news that the building of Rhyl High School has made the shortlist in prestigious architecture awards.   The Royal Society of Architects in Wales (RSAW) has announced that the new Rhyl High School, designed by AHR (with professional support from Denbighshire’s Facilities and Assets team),  is one of four buildings shortlisted for its Architecture […]

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by / on March 30, 2017 at 8:15 am / in Local News & Archive

Rhyl High School up for architecture prize

Rhyl High School has been shortlisted for this year’s Wales Architecture Awards. The new £25 million complex, which opened last spring, is among four entries in the running for the prestigious prize, awarded by the The Royal Society of Architects. The other finalists are the One Central Square development in Cardiff, the Silver House property on the Gower and The Chickenshed – a […]

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by / on March 16, 2017 at 1:59 pm / in Local News & Archive

Meibion Glyndŵr: Home Office papers released

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 […]

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by / on February 10, 2017 at 4:43 pm / in Point FM Sport, Regional News

Poppy Ban: FAW Will Appeal FIFA Decision

In a written statement issued today by the Football Association of Wales,  FIFA have been advised that the FAW will appeal their decision to impose sanctions concerning presentations and members of the crowd wearing a poppy in commemoration of Armistice day which coincided with  the game against Serbia last year. Although the poppy is worn in commemoration of all of […]

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by / on February 3, 2017 at 8:33 am / in Local News & Archive

Fugitive admits train sex assault

A man who went on the run after a sexual assault on a teenage girl has been told to sign as a sex offender. Peter Wilcock admitted pestering and kissing the 16 year-old on a train from Prestatyn to Shotton in February last year. He was arrested nearly five and a half months later in Bedfordshire after going into hiding. […]

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by / on January 9, 2017 at 1:53 pm / in Big H, Local News & Archive, On Air

MP calling on public support to save Prestatyn’s NatWest

LISTEN: Dr James Davies MP talks to Harold Martin about saving NatWest Dr James Davies MP is calling for the public to rally against the proposed closure of Prestatyn’s NatWest branch. Only a month after his election in 2015, Dr Davies MP called a meeting with NatWest representatives in relation to branch closures in St Asaph and Denbigh.  At the time, […]

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by / on December 12, 2016 at 3:15 pm / in Local News & Archive

Prestatyn misses out again in High Street awards

Prestatyn has missed out for the second year running in the Great British High Street awards. Falmouth in Cornwall beat the Denbighshire town to win the Coastal Communities award at this afternoon’s ceremony in Central London. Seaview Street in Cleethorpes was also nominated. Prestatyn made it to the final shortlist for the second year in a row – it will […]

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