UK Government urged to rethink insurance deal after floods in North Wales
Police say they were called to an address in response to a call about a missing boy, who they found a short time later Welsh rugby's warring factions have been told to put their disagreements to one side amid fears Sam Warburton could join Leigh Halfpenny in a move to France Television stars and productions from Wales are dominating the BBC ... (more)
Fri Dec 06, 2013
North Wales Floods: Hundreds will be out of homes for months as clean-up begins
According to some reports, the four Welsh regions would be prepared to go to the courts for the right to take part in cross-border tournaments without permission from the game's governing body After a busy year travelling across the globe, Katherine Jenkins is looking forward to spending time in Wales.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Addict released from holding cell in Wrexham died hours later
Sian Roberts, 37, a heroin addict for 20 years, spent about seven hours in a holding cell at Wrexham Police Station before being returned to the accident and emergency department at Wrexham Maelor Hospital.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
John Chetwynd named as cyclist found dead in Denbighshire
John Chetwynd, 54 from Stockport was discovered near his bike on Lon Cae Glas - a country lane in Llanbedr Dyffryn Clwyd, near Ruthin on Saturday.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Funeral held for Hawarden plane tragedy couple
HUNDREDS of mourners turned out to pay their respects to a couple who lost their lives in a plane crash.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
North Wales Police investigate after cyclist found dead in Denbighshire
The police were alerted at 12.10pm on Saturday by the ambulance service that a cyclist was believed to have come off his bike on Lon Cae Glas - a country lane in Llanbedr Dyffryn Clwyd, near Ruthin.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Ecstasy dealer, 21, who drove A 120,000 Bentley jailed for four years
"It doesn't concern me in the slightest," said Mackay, who had the full support of the Cardiff City fans during the 2-2 draw against Manchester United Sherlock season 3 start date announced as January 1, 2014 via a publicity stunt in London with a hearse, finally fans will know how Sherlock survived his faked suicide Professor James Foreman-Peck, ... (more)
80-year-old is arrested in probe into death of Holywell man
North Wales Police confirmed an 80-year-old man had been arrested on suspicion of manslaughter through gross negligence after 47-year-old Holywell business director Nicholas Lloyd Davies died in hospital on Monday.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Llantysilio cancer sufferer took his own life
Mr Hammond, who had been diagnosed with bladder cancer in 2006 and had been told it was terminal, struggled after his wife Patricia died from cancer of the larynx in September last year.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Son of elderly woman killed by trucker wants crackdown on rogue drivers
Elfyn Jones from Rhyl who's mother was killed in a car crash nine years ago is calling for tougher sentences for drivers The son of a woman killed when a trucker smashed into a car while driving on the wrong side of the road has called for stricter penalties for rogue drivers.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Ruthin floods: One year on no-one is 'sleeping soundly in their beds'
Hundreds of lights will illuminate the night sky tomorrow to allow residents to reflect on the terrifying moment when the Glasdir Estate was submerged in water.
Natural Resources Wales: efforts to support flood victims in St Asaph and Ruthin
One year on since devastating floods hit communities across the Vale of Clwyd Natural Resources Wales is continuing its efforts to support flood victims, repair damage and improve flood protection for people in the area.
YouTube song to save Denbighshire school
A former pupil of a 150-year-old village primary school that faces closure has taken to YouTube to galvanise support to save it.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Glasdir flooding: Sewer pipes scuppers plans for urgent flood defences
A sewer pipe has scuppered urgent flood defence works on Ruthin's Glasdir Estate - just after the Welsh Government finally agreed to help fund the scheme.
Ruthin flooding: A 100k pledged for vital work to be carried out
Urgent flood defence works could now be carried out on the Glasdir Estate before Christmas, after the Welsh Government finally agreed to make up the A 100k shortfall amid pressure from politicians.
Trainee accountant from Mold found dead after failing exam
Adam Parry, of Mold, did not attend a meeting to discuss the exam arranged for 8.30am on May 16 and later that day he was found hanged in the house he shared with his mother on Bryn Coch Lane.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Flood relief cash help agreed
Flood relief work is due to be carried out at a Denbighshire estate where over 120 homes were deluged by water.
Denbighshire Free Press
Thieves break into Ruthin jewellery store
TWO hooded men forced their way into a Ruthin jewellery store. North Wales Police are asking the public's assistance after thieves broke into the Mococco shop, Ruthin in the early hours of Wednesday , November 20. Investigating officer PC Gareth Jaggard at Ruthin Police Station said: "At about 3.45 am this morning, , two men forced their way into ... (more)
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Denbighshire Free Press
Call made to Llanbedr to save its primary school
LLANBEDR DC has been called on to rally together to save its school. As reported in the Free Press last month Denbighshire County Council has begun a consultation with a view to closing Ysgol Llanbedr.
Inquests open into Hawarden air crash couple's deaths
North East Wales coroner John Gittins yesterday formally opened inquests on Gary Anthony Vickers, 58, and Kaye Clarke, 43, both of Dingle Bank, Curzon Park, Chester.