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by / on July 10, 2017 at 11:32 am / in Local News & Archive

Rhyl Carnival 2017

The Rhyl Carnival 2017 takes place this weekend on Sunday 16th July, parading through the streets of Rhyl and finishing at the Coronation Garden’s on Vale Road. The parade will leave the car park on Quay Street at 12pm which will then proceed east bound down Wellington Road, past the Point FM studio towards High Street.  As the parade then […]

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by / on July 10, 2017 at 6:27 am / in Regional News

Llandyrnog incident: attempted abduction ruled out

Police are no longer investigating an incident in Llandyrnog as an attempted abduction. Detectives had been looking for two men and a woman, who were seen driving in a sky blue Renault Clio on Saturday afternoon. They were said to have been involved in an ‘altercation’ with four children. But on Monday evening, police said they had identified the facts of […]

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by / on July 7, 2017 at 3:06 pm / in Local News & Archive

David Kingsbury murder: three jailed for assisting killer

Three Colwyn Bay men have been jailed for assisting the killer of David Kingsbury. Stephen Cody (53), was sentenced to 27 months in prison after he admitted assisting his son, Dean Cody, who was jailed for life for stabbing the unemployed labourer in the heart in Old Colwyn last January. Colin Lyness (31) pleaded guilty to driving a Vauxhall Astra […]

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by / on July 7, 2017 at 2:08 pm / in Local News & Archive

Rhyl cafe manager’s death ‘avoidable’

An inquest into the death of a Rhyl cafe manager has returned a narrative verdict. Mike Juha from Dyserth was hit by a car on the Rhuddlan bypass while walking on the dual carriageway last September. The 36 year-old had been on a night out with friends but strayed from the group. The Ruthin hearing was told Mr Juha, who […]

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by / on July 6, 2017 at 2:50 pm / in Local News & Archive

David Kingsbury’s killer jailed for life

A man who stabbed an unemployed labourer to death in Old Colwyn has been jailed for life. Dean Cody, of no fixed abode, was convicted on Wednesday of the murder of David Kingsbury in January – he will serve at least 21 years in prison before being considered for parole. Mr Justice Griffith-Williams described Cody as a ”committed criminal” who […]

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by / on July 5, 2017 at 5:32 pm / in Local News & Archive

Man found guilty of Old Colwyn murder

A man convicted of the murder of David Kingsbury has been told he will be jailed for life. Dean Cody (31) was found guilty of fatally stabbing the unemployed labourer in the heart in Old Colwyn last January. He will be formally sentenced on Thursday. A jury at Caernarfon Crown Court also found another man – Thomas Revatto (50) of […]

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by / on June 29, 2017 at 11:36 am / in Local News & Archive

Four arrested for car thefts

Four people from Colwyn Bay have been arrested following a spate of car thefts across Conwy and Denbighshire. Earlier this month, police said car keys and other items had been taken from addresses in the two counties, including houses in St Asaph, Betws-y-Coed, Dolwyd and Rhos on Sea. Three men and a woman remain in police custody. Inspector Kelly Issacs said: […]

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by / on June 27, 2017 at 9:29 pm / in Regional News

Man on trial for Flint schoolgirl murder

A man accused of killing a Flint schoolgirl over forty years ago has gone on trial. Stephen Hough denies the murder, manslaughter and rape of Janet Commins, whose body was found in a school playing field in January 1976. She had been missing from her home for four days. Another man, Noel Jones, served half of a twelve year jail […]

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by / on June 26, 2017 at 9:05 pm / in Local News & Archive

David Kingsbury murder trial begins

A man has gone on trial accused of the murder of an unemployed labourer in Old Colwyn. Dean Cody (30) denies fatally stabbing David Kingsbury, whose body was found by police in the Bryn Heulog area in January. Two people, Thomas Revatto (50) of Old Colwyn and Susannah Buckley (40), formerly of Colwyn Bay, are also standing trial at Caernarfon […]

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by / on June 12, 2017 at 11:47 am / in Local News & Archive

Drink driver banned after A55 pile-up

A social worker whose drink driving led to a seven car pile-up on the A55 has been banned for 20 months. Patricia Reid (57) from Cilcain, near Mold, was found to be twice over the limit after the crash at Rhuallt Hill last month. A suspension fault was also discovered in her car. Reid’s defence told Llandudno magistrates that she had […]

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