Police believe vandals caused extensive damage to part of the former Hotpoint factory in Bodelwyddan. Almost every pane of glass was smashed and every door was damaged inside a disused training facility on-site at some point over the weekend of Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th May. It’s believed some attempts were made to set fire to some of the fixtures […]Read more ›
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A scheme which aims to get people aged 25 and over back into the workplace and overcome barriers that prevent them from getting work in the first place has been set up in Denbighshire. The Opus programme supports individuals who are either economically inactive or long term unemployed and are eager to progress into training, volunteering and work. […]Read more ›
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 […]Read more ›
Four more arrests have been made in connection with a spate of armed robberies in the Point FM area. Two local men were arrested on Monday night following the raids on four convenience stores in Rhyl, Kinmel Bay and Dyserth. Another two men arrested on Sunday have been released on bail pending further inquiries. It’s believed three masked men with weapons […]Read more ›
Police believe a spate of armed robberies in the Point FM area this month are linked. It follows three raids on stores in Rhyl and Dyserth over the past week – in the latest, a Bargain Booze store on Wellington Road was targeted at just before 10.15pm on Sunday night. No one was injured. Three men also raided the Lifestyle Express […]Read more ›