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by / on June 14, 2017 at 9:58 pm / in Local News & Archive

Two men admit drunken caravan park fight

A judge has told two North West men they ‘overreacted in drink’ after a fight broke out at a caravan park in the Denbigh Moors. Mold Crown Court heard David Hatton from Liverpool confronted Kerie O’Donnell from Crewe with a bottle and a knife at the Cae’r Mynydd park in Saron in May last year. Both men were given suspended […]

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by / on June 9, 2017 at 7:51 am / in Local News & Archive

Election 2017: Ruane returns in Vale of Clwyd

Labour have reclaimed the Vale of Clwyd from the Conservatives in the general election. Chris Ruane beat incumbent Dr James Davies with a majority of 2,379. The result marks a dramatic comeback two years after Dr Davies clinched the seat for the Tories in a narrow victory by 237 votes. Mr Ruane, who was also the constituency’s first MP from 1997 […]

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by / on May 17, 2017 at 11:04 pm / in Local News & Archive, Regional News

Ex-First Minister Rhodri Morgan dies

The former First Minister of Wales, Rhodri Morgan, has died at the age of 77. The ex-Cardiff West MP, elected in 1987, became an AM when the Welsh Assembly was founded in 1999. Nine months later, he became First Secretary and the leader of the Welsh Labour party following the resignation of Alun Michael. Mr Morgan served three terms in the […]

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by / on April 29, 2017 at 7:30 am / in Regional News

Election 2017: council leader enters Clwyd West battle

The leader of Conwy County Council has been chosen as a Plaid Cymru candidate for the General Election. Dilwyn Roberts is stepping down as a councillor for Llangernyw after thirteen years to fight for the Clwyd West seat, held by the Conservatives’ David Jones with a majority of over 6,700. Mr Roberts, who has led the county council for the past […]

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by / on April 29, 2017 at 7:15 am / in Local News & Archive

Election 2017: Ruane bids for Vale of Clwyd comeback

The former Labour MP for the Vale of Clwyd will fight for his former seat at the General Election. Chris Ruane was defeated by the Conservatives’ Dr James Davies two years ago with a slim majority of 237 votes. He served eighteen years at Westminster, starting from the constituency’s creation in 1997. Mr Ruane, a former schoolteacher and town councillor from Rhyl, […]

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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 19, 2017 at 11:32 am / in Local News & Archive

Nightclub owner attacked outside Rhyl home

Detectives say two men subjected the owner of a Rhyl nightclub to a ”cowardly” attack outside his home. It’s believed the men followed Fusion owner Gwil Ritchie to his house on Violet Grove at around 4.30am on Easter Saturday. They demanded money from him during the assault and fled the area before police were called. Mr Ritchie told the Daily Post […]

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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 April 14, 2017 at 12:47 am / in Local Sport, Point FM Sport

Aber or bust? Lillywhites face relegation showdown

Were it not for the intervention of the domestic licences last season, Rhyl would have bid farewell to the Welsh Premier on Easter Monday 2016. Fast forward to Good Friday 2017 and the Lillywhites are on the brink again. And this time, there’s no safety net. All twelve WPL clubs have gained FAW licences for next season – but so […]

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by / on March 31, 2017 at 9:00 am / in Local Sport, Point FM Sport

One in, one out? Rhyl and Prestatyn await licensing decision

Point FM’s sports editor Gareth Joy assesses what may happen to the Lillywhites and Seasiders as the FAW prepares to decide which teams can play in the Welsh Premier next season.

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