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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 May 4, 2017 at 11:55 pm / in Local News & Archive

Mark Mason murder suspect gives evidence

One of the three Liverpool men on trial over the murder of a Rhyl man has told a jury he never chased fellow drug dealers – despite being repeatedly ‘ripped off’. Anthony Baines (31) of Kensington, who denies killing Mark Mason in the car park of Home Bargains last October, told Mold Crown Court he did not wish the father […]

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by / on March 24, 2017 at 11:40 pm / in Local News & Archive

Mark Mason murder trial begins next month

The trial of four Liverpool men accused of the Mark Mason murder in Rhyl will begin next month. Anthony Baines (30) of Kensington, Jake Melia (21) of Aintree, James Davies (20) of Stoneycroft and Mark Ennis (30) of Walton all deny fatally stabbing the father-of-two outside Home Bargains last October. Mr Mason, died in hospital after he was allegedly attacked in the […]

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by / on March 10, 2017 at 1:04 pm / in Local News & Archive

Third Prestatyn bank to close

A third Prestatyn bank is to close its doors this summer. Santander’s High Street branch will shut its doors on Thursday 29th June – the town will also lose its Yorkshire Building Society branch on 19th May, followed by NatWest on 8th June. Santander said the decision followed a strategic review into its lesser used branches with staff in Prestatyn […]

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by / on February 24, 2017 at 12:32 am / in Local News & Archive

Colwyn Bay pier: inspectors examine storm damage

Health and safety officers are inspecting the latest damage to Colwyn Bay’s Victorian pier in the aftermath of ‘Storm Doris’. Another 100 yards at the lower end of the Grade II structure collapsed on Thursday amid strong winds and high tides – just three weeks after another section at the seaward crumbled into the sea. Conwy County Council said they were […]

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