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  1. Women's British Open 2015: Melissa Reid dreams of win that would mean so muchRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Independent

    Briton is four off the lead at the Women's British Open, hoping for victory after the loss of her mother, writes Kevin Garside Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies There will not be a dry eye in the Turnberry house today should Melissa Reid convert her opportunity at the Ricoh Women's British Open.

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  2. Wales golf star Amy Boulden cards lowest round of the day at Ricoh Women's British OpenRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | IcNetwork

    Wales' Amy Boulden during day three of the Ricoh Women's British Open at the Trump Turnberry Resort, South Ayrshire Wales' Amy Boulden carded the lowest score of the day to move up to joint 10th following the third round in the Ricoh Women's British Open. Boulden's 68 contained five birdies and just one bogey and the Welsh woman is now within five shots of the lead at Turnberry.

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  3. Colwyn Bay man attacked by grieving brother who died of overdoseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Rhyl Journal

    A MAN had been punched and grabbed around the throat at his Colwyn Bay flat by grieving Karl Dawe who declared :"You killed my brother," a court heard. A district judge at Llandudno was told Dawe had been in jail when his brother Gary died of an overdose at a property in Belgrave Road, Colwyn Bay.

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  4. Llandudno couple 'shocked' after razor sharp agave plant found in gardenRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Rhyl Journal

    Keith and Jean Clayson of Aber Drive, Llandudno, have only just discovered their garden is home to the agave plant, usually found in tropical climates, which can take up to two decades to bloom. The plant, native to Mexico, Southern and Western parts of the USA and South America, has been in their garden since they moved in but only started to blossom two weeks ago.

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  5. VIDEO: Autistic Colwyn Bay child reunited with missing blanket after Facebook campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | Rhyl Journal

    A COLWYN Bay three-year-old who suffers with autism has been left overjoyed after having his missing blanket replaced with an identical one thanks to a Facebook appeal. Reuben Kelly, who has limited speech of about four words, said 'hello' for the first time in nine weeks after being reunited with a matching version of his comfort blanket lost on holiday.

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  6. Pocket sized guides were an early 'What's On'Read the original story

    Thursday | Hastings Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. This week in his ongoing series Ion Castro takes a look at the Official Programme and Letter Card.

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  7. Amanda Jane Newman and Samuel Peters who are getting Married in LlandudnoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | IcLichfield

    Kings Heath's famous Monkey Man has found love - and he is inviting fans from across the world to join the celebrations. Samuel Peters gained a cult following after he started pushing his "adopted" cuddly toy monkey around in a pram to music - while wearing a Roman centurion hat and bright red military dress jacket.

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  8. No crumb of comfort for gullsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | Jewish Chronicle

    A flurry of stories appeared last week about a North Welsh council, Conwy, supposedly shelving plans to fine people who feed seagulls in Llandudno because religious groups might be upset. But any idea that Jews may object to action against the winged pests is positively "silly", Manchester- based Charedi commentator Yaakov Wise told me.

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  9. Five things you might have missed in North Wales: July 29, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 29 | IcNorthWales

    Debbie Loughborough was so "jealous" of check-out assistant Emma Kelly's relationship with the man that for six months she repeatedly scratched her car, wrote crude messages on it in indelible ink and placed broken glass under the wheels of the vehicle, Llandudno magistrates court heard. The man was a friend of both Loughborough and her husband who run the AA five-star rated Bryn Derwen Hotel, in Abbey Road, Llandudno.

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  10. Llandudno man tells how dad was driven mad by agony of tinnitusRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 29 | IcNorthWales

    The son of James Ivor Jones, who was found dead at Llanddulas Quarry, says he found the incurable condition which caused constant ringing in his head 'unbearable' But before tragically taking his own life, Mr Jones wrote a heartbreaking letter to his wife and sons explaining why he could no longer live with the pain of the condition and asked for their forgiveness. His son Danny, who worked with his dad ferrying workers to the wind farms off the North Wales coast, said Mr Jones was "literally driven mad" by the constant ringing in his head caused by chronic tinnitus, for which there is no cure.

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  11. Month-long fundraising journey ends in Ruthin tomorrowRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 29 | Denbighshire Free Press

    A TEAM of hardy fundraisers who braved the "great British weather" to raise cash for charity are ending their journey in Ruthin tomorrow. Esmor Davies and his three fellow volunteers, all over the age of 70, have persevered in their mission, called Crwydro Dan y Ser or 'Travelling Under the Stars', to travel around North Wales on traditional horse-drawn Romany caravans.

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  12. Looking Back: Families travel on packed trains and buses for a breakRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 29 | Lancashire Telegraph

    FROM the days of the Industrial Revolution, the good folk of East Lancashire had a break from work during July. In these early times, the week off was an unpaid holiday when the mills and factories were closed for maintenance.

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  13. Body of father who told family tinnitus was driving him crazy is...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 29 | Daily Mail

    Body of father who told his family tinnitus was driving him crazy is found at foot of 60ft fall in disused quarry Boat skipper also suffered from hyperacusis where even the sound of a plastic bag rustling would cause him great pain The body of James Jones, 58, who told his family that he was tormented by tinnitus, was discovered at the foot of a disused quarry near his home The body of a father who told his family that he was tormented by tinnitus was discovered at the foot of a disused quarry near his home. James Jones, 58, from Llandudno, North Wales, is believed to have fallen more than 60ft to his death at the Llandulais Quarry.

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  14. New licensee of Conwy's Liverpool Arms Pub appointedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 29 | IcNorthWales

    Lance Scally, who already owns pubs in Deganwy and Dwygyfylchi, and catering firm owner Toby Watson will take over the running of the refurbished pub Lance Scally, who is already the owner of the Castle View in Deganwy and The Gladstone in Dwygyfylchi , and Toby Watson, who owns Watson Catering Services and Outside Catering Co based in Llandudno , beat 50 other applicants to take on the role . The pub was closed suddenly last month by Enterprise Inns, and has looked a sorry sight ever since with boarded up windows, while the Quay has been noticeably quiet.

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  15. Australian couple lose precious photos from their Welsh 'holiday of a lifetime'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 29 | IcNorthWales

    An Australian couple who lost the precious photos from their Welsh "holiday of a lifetime" are appealing to the people of North Wales to reunite them with the images. Beverley Czerniawski and her husband Mitch were devastated to lose their Panasonic Lumix Digital camera on Wednesday, July 1. The camera was lost on either Mostyn Street, Madoc Street or Vaughan Street in Llandudno .

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  16. Welsh town Llandudno to host snooker tourneyRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 28 | Newkerala.com

    The second snooker World Grand Prix will return to the northwestern Welsh town of Llandudno next March, World Snooker announced here. The tournament was new to the calendar last season and received a fantastic reception in north Wales.

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  17. Llandudno's under-10 footballers get down to Pharrell Williams hit at Happy ValleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 27 | IcNorthWales

    Manager Mike Smith made the video to commemorate the team's trip to compete in a football tournament at Disneyland Paris A junior football team have taken to an appropriately named Llandudno beauty spot to create their own video for a modern pop classic. Llandudno's under-10 side can be seen getting down to Pharrell Williams' Happy in the town's Happy Valley for an end-of-season DVD made by manager Mike Smith to commemorate a dream trip to Disneyland Paris.

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  18. Llandudno Jazz Festival highlightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 27 | IcNorthWales

    The festival featured the likes of Darius Brubeck, Anita Wardell, Don Weller and local trumpet virtuoso Neil Yates who is also the festival's Artistic Director. At the launch he said : "The festival will enhance and increase the cultural life of Llandudno and be a magnet for more music events from the wider region.

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  19. World Grand Prix Snooker: Llandudno to host tournament in 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 27 | IcNorthWales

    The tournament, which involves some of the best snooker players on the planet, was new to the calendar last season and received a fantastic reception in North Wales. Geoff Lofthouse, general manager of the Imperial Hotel in Llandudno, said: "We had Judd Trump , the winner staying with us last year.

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  20. Rhos-on-Sea Co-operative store opening to be delayedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 27 | IcNorthWales

    Food group Co-operative have had to re-submit plans to demolish a petrol garage in Rhos-on-Sea - with the opening date for a new supermarket now expected to be pushed back. Work to remove the garage facilities started earlier this year at the Llandudno Road Texaco garage and convenience store known locally as 'Geordie's Garage'.

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