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by / on October 16, 2017 at 1:51 pm / in Featured Posts, Local News & Archive, News

Employment boost in Rhyl & Rhuddlan as KFC looks for 10 recruits

The finger licking good chicken food giants KFC are bringing a small employment boost, the restaurant are looking for 10 new team members for their Rhyl & Rhuddlan restaurants working middle and front of house. KFC which has over 850 restaurants in the UK and employs over 25,000 people is looking for a bright, spirited person […]

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by / on June 23, 2017 at 10:11 am / in Local News & Archive

First phase of Rhyl’s Marina Quay complete

Work on the first phase of Rhyl’s new Marina Quay development has been completed. Four key brands – The Range, Farmfoods, Greggs and Poundworld – are set to open at the new £23.4 million development later in the summer. But fast food giant Burger King has pulled out – developers Scarborough International Properties said plans to open a branch had […]

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by / on April 20, 2017 at 7:33 pm / in Denbighshire News, Local News & Archive

Tourism Growth Plan helps increase visitors to Denbighshire

  Bringing extra hotel beds to Denbighshire is the aim for the coming year as tourism in the county is rising, bringing hundreds of millions of pounds into the local economy.   Denbighshire County Council’s Tourism Growth Plan has helped contribute to a rise in the number of visitors to the county to 5.86million, a 5.3 per cent increase on […]

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by / on April 1, 2017 at 7:42 am / in Local News & Archive

Kinmel Bay man banned for dog neglect

A Kinmel Bay man who admitted cruelly treating two dogs has been banned from keeping animals for ten years. Nathan Lee Fisher (24) pleaded guilty to causing unnecessary suffering to the Akita dogs. ‘Kuma’ was found dead underneath a trampoline, while its mother, Layla, was so skinny, she was described by an inspector as a ”bag of bones”. Police called out […]

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by / on March 23, 2017 at 2:25 pm / in Denbighshire News, Local News & Archive

Managing seagulls in Denbighshire communities

Denbighshire County Council is to investigate a raft of measures to tackle issues with seagulls across the county, as well as working on a major public awareness, education and enforcement campaign. Whilst seagulls are seen by many as being a nuisance due to public safety, noise, damage and littering issues, there are limitations to what actions are open to the […]

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by / on March 7, 2017 at 5:50 pm / in Denbighshire News, Local News & Archive, MP's Casebook

St. David’s Day Celebrations at Downing Street

  On St David’s Day, Dr James Davies MP attended a celebration at 10 Downing Street, hosted by Theresa May. Dr Davies was accompanied by Cllr Ann Davies, Chairman of Denbighshire County Council, her daughter and consort, Jane Hugo, and Cllr Hugh Evans, Leader of Denbighshire County Council.  Also in attendance were Bethan and Garry Owen of Rhyl, and Naomi […]

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by / on December 8, 2016 at 1:07 pm / in Local News & Archive

Consultation for schools’ ice cream van ban

A bid to ban ice cream and burger vans from approaching Denbighshire schools will go to a public consultation. Councillors voted on Wednesday to allow officers more time to develop their new proposals as part of the county’s street trading policy. Under the plans, food vans may be barred from going within 100 metres of schools and colleges between 7.30am and […]

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by / on December 6, 2016 at 6:32 pm / in Local News & Archive

Council bid to ban ice cream vans near schools

Embed from Getty Images Denbighshire council officials have put forward plans to ban ice cream and burger vans. A review of the county’s street trading policy could see food vans being barred from outside schools and colleges between 7.30am and 6pm, unless they are given permission from the school. Vans would also be forced to move at least 50 metres […]

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by / on November 24, 2016 at 3:18 pm / in Gareth Joy, On Air

#SoundsOfWales presents…Welsh Music Prize 2016

This was going to be a show about a glorious night of Welsh music that never quite was. When we first heard about the twelve-strong shortlist for one of the industry’s biggest nights of the year, all told it was going to be a magnificent occasion – live music, street food, after party raves, the works…all within a hipster’s paradise at […]

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by / on October 28, 2016 at 2:12 pm / in On Air, Regional News

Modern Slavery Awareness Week

Police forces in the North West and Wales came together last week as part of the largest modern slavery and human trafficking week of action the region has ever seen.  North Wales Police were part of a multi-agency pro-active campaign to rescue vulnerable people, target offenders, educate the public and send a clear message to traffickers that they are not […]

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