Five people have been arrested in the latest of a series of major police operations in Rhyl. Detectives said the arrests on Tuesday were for a number of crimes including motoring offences and failing to turn up in court. Another nine people were given fixed penalty tickets for ‘Fatal Five’ offences and four vehicles were seized. Specialist teams used ANPR […]Read more ›
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New powers for council officers could see fines of up to a thousand pounds for drunk anti-social behaviour in Rhyl town centre. Denbighshire County Council has set up a Public Spaces Protection Order, running from Marsh Road to the promenade, in a bid to crackdown on such behaviour following complaints from residents and businesses. £100 fines will be handed out […]Read more ›
10 April 2017 Three projects in Conwy have received a boost after being awarded a share of more than £38,000 community funding from Rhyl Flats, an offshore wind farm operated by Innogy Renewables UK Ltd. Tenovus Cancer Care will receive £24,000 over three-years to support their Rhos on Sea Sing With Us Choir. The Sing with Us choirs are […]Read more ›
The Independents have retained the lion’s share of seats on Conwy County Council following the local elections held on Thursday. Non-affiliated candidates gained two more seats, but no party or group was able to take overall control. The Conservatives added a further three seats from 2012, but both Plaid Cymru and Labour lost two councillors and the Liberal Democrats lost […]Read more ›
The Conservatives are now the biggest party on Denbighshire County Council following Thursday’s local elections. No party managed to take overall control but the Tories gained eight seats, including three in Prestatyn and two in Rhyl from Labour. Plaid Cymru also gained another two seats in Denbigh and Ruthin while four Independent councillors were voted out. The Liberal Democrats retained […]Read more ›