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3 hrs ago | IcNetwork
A group of freerunners took over the Blaenau Ffestiniog tourist attraction and made the most of the giant underground trampolines A trio of freerunners took over the caves of Bounce Below in Blaenau Ffestiniog and made the most of the giant underground trampolines.
8 hrs ago | IcNetwork
Former mayor Gareth Jones says erecting monument on the site of Mark Bridger's house would contradict decision to demolish it Placing any sort of monument at the site where five-year-old April Jones is assumed to have been murdered will not help Machynlleth to "move on" according to the town's former mayor.
12 hrs ago | IcNetwork
A six-year-old girl has died after being flown to hospital in a "medical emergency" after it is believed she choked to death.
13 hrs ago | IcNorthWales
The People's Choice, which aims to hear what Bangor residents want and need, has been set up and is putting candidates up for election A group, which "aims to hear what Bangor residents need and want" ahead of the next local elections has been set up, in a move which could spark a political revolution in the city.
17 hrs ago | Denbighshire Free Press
A TOWN will have to go without a pharmacy on a bank holiday for the first time in almost 30 years.
Bryn Lloyd, who took part in his first Denbigh and Flint Show in 1978, aged 14, and his nephew Sion Roberts are planning to exhibit commercial cattle.
Derek Godfrey faces allegations of suggesting a 17-year-old girl should bend over his bonnet and bombarding another with sex pest text messages A driving instructor bombarded a young girl pupil with text messages telling her what he wanted to do to her and suggesting they have an affair, it was alleged today.
Residents of a Denbighshire town have been invited to buy shares in what organisers claim is Wales' first community hydro-electric scheme.
Fifteen men were remanded in custody on Monday on allegations of being involved in a plot to supply cocaine and cannabis.
Passenger trains will run across the new A 19.5m crossing over the Afon Dwyryd between Llandecwyn and Penrhyndeudraeth from September 1 News that a vital rail bridge linking parts of north west Wales with the UK network will reopen on September 1 was warmly welcomed today.
As we approach rush hour the Daily Post will be providing updates on the latest situation on North Wales's travel network.
A drug addict snatched A 400 from a man of 82 after the pensioner counted his cash several times on the way to a bank, a judge heardon Monday.
The sacrifice of Welsh soldiers in Flanders during World War I was commemorated on Sunday at two moving and emotional services.
An app, inspired by the flying credentials of elite RAF pilots, is allowing anyone to fly a fighter jet through North Wales Reaching over 1 in 4 people in the area The Daily Post is a trustworthy and favourite local newspaper Liverpool-born Mark joined the Daily Post in January 2014 after seven years as editor of its Merseyside sister title the ... (more)
A woman in her 20s was flown to hospital with serious injuries after a two car smash which left a road shut for hours.
Crag features Single pitch bolted limestone recently developed. Awaiting further information from the climbers who have put up the new lines.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 09:32 pm
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