New drivers face losing their licence if they use their phones at the wheel under tough measures coming into force today (1 March 2017), warned Transport Secretary Chris Grayling. Motorists using a phone while driving will receive six points on their licence and a £200 fine – up from the previous three points and £100 penalty. […]Read more ›
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During his visit to Ysbyty Gwynedd on 27 February 2017, Vaughan Gething, Cabinet Minister for Health, Well-being and Sport will meet with the CARTREF Project Group and receive an update on the pioneering work being undertaken by clinicians in North West Wales. The CARTREF project uses video technology to help frail and elderly people in rural communities […]Read more ›
Thursday 23rd February saw mass disruption across the North Wales Coast. Some of the disruption included Denbighshire County Council being forced to close several roads in the centre of Rhyl with safety concerns over flying debris. The Old Fairground site in Rhyl was forced to send workers home as Storm Doris ripped up security fencing and made it impossible to continue […]Read more ›
You might have seen some footage of Rod Stewart appear on the internet on Monday 23rd January. A video went viral in what appeared to a slightly drunk Rod Stewart pick the teams for the 5th Round of the William Hill Scottish Cup 5th round along with footballer Alan Stubbs. So in true award winning radio fashion our very on […]Read more ›
North Wales Police are reminding motorists of the dangers of driving whilst using a mobile phone as they back a week-long national awareness campaign. The campaign, being coordinated by the National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC), will run from Monday 23rd until Sunday 29th January, will see officers continue to tackle drivers who endanger their own lives and the lives […]Read more ›