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Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) STANDARDS of teaching key computer skills in all secondary schools in Wales need to be improved, inspectors warn today.
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Two rallies were held across the region with speeches denouncing the UK Government's approach to public sector pay, pensions and conditions Organisers said they were not disappointed by the relatively low turnout as pickets were in place at council buildings in Ruthin, Llangefni, Caernarfon, Mold and Wrexham and across the region.
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Wrexham Museum is hosting an exhibition on the history of Welsh coal-mining accidents as part of commemorations for the 80th anniversary of the Gresford Colliery Disaster.
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A MAN who died after taking an overdose of medication tablets told police who tried to revive him: "I don't want to die anymore".
Waterhouse Inquiry: Children's Commissioner voices alarm that 14 years on key aim to protect young people in care not enforced Children's Commissioner for Wales Keith Towler reveals his disappointment with advocacy services for some of Wales' most vulnerable children Fourteen years after the landmark Waterhouse inquiry into child abuse in care ... (more)
The prosecution alleged he went to the woman's flat in Wrexham, said he wanted to search her for drugs, got blue gloves out and fondled or tweaked her breast.
The late Dr Nick Whitehead OBE, from Brymbo, earned a bronze medal at the 1960 Olympics in Rome in the men's 4 x 100m relay.
The 58-year-old from Lostock Gralam is planning to walk 130 miles from Pwllheli in north Wales to Mobberley Victory Hall in September.
The biggest strike to hit North Wales in more than 10 years will see thousands of teachers, firefighters, NHS staff, council workers and civil servants walk out in a dispute over pay and pensions.
A three and a half tonne Uri Geller-inspired gorilla made from spoons was one of the more intriguing attractions at the annual cultural event The festivities were in full flow at the Llangollen International Eisteddfod today with a giant gorilla made from spoons helping to wow the crowds.
Andrew Griffiths of Corwen could offer no explanation on why he phoned 999, pretending to be injured on the moors between Ruthin and Wrexham A man who wasted thousands of pounds and more than 90 hours of emergency service time on a hoax rescue call has been given a suspended jail sentence.
David Challino, 53, who was charged under Operation Pallial pleaded not guilty to sexually abusing a boy in Wrexham in the 1980s A 53-year-old man has pleaded not guilty to indecently assaulting a boy after being charged last month as part of an investigation into historic allegations of child abuse in North Wales.
Possible cuts to education transport for students aged over 16 of up to A 154,000 contained in council report along with cuts to tourism information centres Concerns were raised yesterday over possible cuts to post-16 education transport which be could hit up to the tune of A 154,000.
BRYN Terfel and a star-studded cast gave this year's Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod a bloody launch last night with a sensational Sweeney Todd at the Royal International Pavilion.
Unconfirmed reports Chester FC are having a training camp at Belo Horizonte in Brazil, featuring their new away kit of yellow green & blue.
With the launch of 'Council TV' aka the web streaming of meetings today, we take a sneak peak at the TV listings this week.
SUPERMAN, Mr Bean, Peppa Pig and even a Stormtrooper were among the characters making an appearance at a school fete.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 07:21 pm
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