Friday Mar 7
Denbighshire Free Press
The winners and losers of welfare reform
DENBIGHSHIRE will be the hardest hit county in North Wales by welfare changes, according to new figures.
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Thu Mar 06, 2014
North Wales flood damage: Extra A 4.2m to repair defences and protect property
Conwy will receive the bulk of the cash with A 3.8m after tidal storms wrecked large areas of the coast Additional money is being made available by the Welsh Government to repair Wales' damaged flood defences and protect homes and businesses.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Gwynedd set to become latest Welsh council to move towards living wage
Politicians and campaign groups have reacted to the publication of the second Silk report, which recommends powers over policing and a new devolution model Do you when the Academy Awards was first held, or when it was first called an Oscar? If you want to find out then read on ... North Wales authority poised to offer 3.9% pay rise to lowest paid ... (more)
Thu Feb 27, 2014
North Wales weather: Wettest winter on record as some areas receive up to 175% of average rainfall
Coastal areas and the north of Anglesey experienced 150-175% of their average winter rainfall, while the rest received 130-150% Provisional figures for the period from December 1 to February 25 show the country had a whopping 720.7mm of rain, the highest amount since records began in 1910.
Gwynedd council's chief executive wants to quit
The chief executive of Gwynedd Council has handed in a request for redundancy from his A 108,000 a year role.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Live: North Wales Live - Updates from across North Wales
The Daily Post's live breaking news blog brings you regular updates, pictures, video, tweets and comments covering the latest North Wales traffic, travel, weather, crime and council news.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
S4C move: Gwynedd council bid for broadcaster's HQ to be in Caernarfon
A major bid has been launched to bring S4C's HQ to North Wales, bringing jobs and a multi-million pound boost to the economy.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
North Wales storm damage: Mobile phone masts knocked out in hurricane force gales
The singer will headline the second day of the event, on Saturday July 26 - a day after her former The Voice co-star, Sir Tom Jones, performs The singer will headline the second day of the event, on Saturday July 26 - a day after her former The Voice co-star, Sir Tom Jones, performs Hundreds of people have been left with no mobile phone or 3G ... (more)
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Robert Thomas: Family tributes to man killed during North Wales storms
He was hit by a tree during the bad weather last week, his daughter describes him as the 'best father ever' The grieving family of a man who died in hospital after being hit by a tree blown over in storms have paid tribute to him.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
More Babies Born In North Wales To Be Moved To England
More premature babies are set to move from North Wales to England to receive treatment in a step widening earlier plans.
Operation Pallial: 37 people investigated over North Wales child abuse claims
The operation was launched in 2012, and so far, one person has been charged with a large number of serious sexual offences Operation Pallial, the investigation launched amid claims of historic sexual abuse at North Wales care homes, has so far identified 37 people who are being investigated as suspects.
Sun Feb 16, 2014
Clean-up begins as Wales finally gets a day of sunshine with no weather warnings
Rain is set to return on Monday but the weather this week will be nothing like what we have seen in recent days and weeks There are blue skies and very little cloud over the country and no weather warnings in place for at least the next few days.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
North Wales man dies after being hit by a tree in storm
The Everton manager insists the veteran right back will always have a role at the club and wants him to remain at Goodison for the rest of his career The opera superstar will head an all-Welsh cast in Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber at this summer's Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod The man aged in his 70s was taken to Ysbyty Gwynedd but ... (more)
Thu Feb 13, 2014
S4C rule out Porthmadog move
After the recent misunderstandings and conflicting information from Gwynedd Council and S4C, members of both organisations attended the most recent meeting of Porthmadog Town Council.
Anglesey A55 traffic chaos as delayed lorries descend on the port
Lorries bound for Holyhead port queued for miles along the A55 today after being high winds meant they had been banned from travelling on to the island.
Gwynedd woman dies at Dignitas clinic
For a quarter of a century, she worked as a mental health social worker and in the later years, as a training officer for both Gwynedd and Conwy councils.
World War I: Best Pals set off to fight for victory
Gwynedd Archives Service talk about the role of the 'Pals' battalions and the impact on towns and villages during the conflict Amongst the hundreds of thousands of documents held by Gwynedd Archives Service, there are a number of documents relating to World War I .
North Wales weather: 39,000 people without power as engineers struggle to reconnect homes
Many schools are still closed due to wind damage as fallen trees and debris caused problems across roads and rail.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
North Wales weather: School closures
Schools in certain parts of North Wales have begun to close as winds of up to 100mph are expected to batter the region today.
HSBC directors based in North Wales
Barry Millar, left, HSBC area commercial director for North Wales, and Martin Lyons, HSBC area commercial director for north west Wales HSBC has bolstered its commercial banking presence in North Wales with the appointment of Barry Millar and Martin Lyons as area commercial directors .