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  1. Rhyl mum-of-nine's foul-mouthed rant at court staffRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 8 | IcNorthWales

    A mum-of-nine launched a tirade of foul-mouthed abuse at a security guard as her two young children looked on. Candy Lavelle called Melanie Powell a "f***ing b****" and a slag during the outburst, which was watched by her youngsters aged eight and 10. Lavelle, 47, of Fairfield Avenue in Rhyl , was at Llandudno magistrates court where a member of her family was appearing.

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  2. Keeper set for 85-mile charity walkRead the original story

    Sunday Feb 7 | Blackpool Today

    Fleetwood Town goal keeper Chris Maxwell will be swapping his football boots for walking shoes in a bid to raise cash for terminally ill children. Maxwell will set out on an 85 mile walk in May with two pals to raise money for Brian House Children's hospice.

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  3. Lauriston Court told to take down these initials from side of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 8 | IcNorthWales

    The family-run Grade II-listed Lauriston Court Hotel and adjoining Lawton Court Hotel on North Parade in Llandudno put up two "LC" initials to show guests they were linked. But it incurred the wrath of Conwy Counci l which told them they were inappropriate as they were not rectangle like other hotel apertures.

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  4. Goalie's boots are made for walkingRead the original story

    Sunday Feb 7 | Blackpool Today

    Fleetwood Town goal keeper Chris Maxwell will be swapping his football boots for walking shoes in a bid to raise cash for terminally ill children. Goalie Chris, who last week missed out on a dream trip to Wembley with Town, will set out on an 85 mile walk in May with two pals to raise money for Brian House Children's hospice.

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  5. David Cameron asked to address plight of Syria's orphaned refugeesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 7 | Redditch Advertiser

    David Cameron has come under fresh pressure to allow 3,000 orphaned Syrian refugees in Europe to come to the UK. The Prime Minister has a "moral duty" to accept the unaccompanied children, with families and councils waiting with "open arms" to welcome them, Liberal Democrat peers said.

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  6. 'We often see the looks of disdain' Mum opens up on the...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 6 | IcNetwork

    When Ben was a toddler, people thought he was 'out of control' then he was diagnosed with autism, changing his family's life for ever Ben was four when he was diagnosed with the condition, which is thought to affect about one in every 100 people in the UK and impacts on social interaction and behaviour. "For some parents receiving the diagnosis can be almost like losing a child but I didn't feel that," said mum Sharon, who lives with the family in Kinmel Bay, Conwy .

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  7. Meet the Llandudno woman looking to steer Wales to Six Nations gloryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | IcNorthWales

    Caernarfon rugby club player Rachel Taylor's talks about her tournament hopes and explains how life is a far cry from that of her male counterpart Sam Warburton The captain of the Wales Women's rugby squad has said she can't wait to kick-off her side's Six Nations campaign in Ireland today. But with just a few thousand fans expected at the small Donnybrook Stadium in Dublin to cheer them on, the event will be a far cry from the men's match which will be one of the most anticipated sporting marches of the tournament.

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  8. 11 North Wales nightclubs where you can dance the night awayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | IcNorthWales

    Pubs and bars closing but don't want to go home just yet? Check out some of these suggestions from across the region... If you are looking for somewhere across the region to prolong your night out further than just pubs and bars then North Wales have a number of excellent choices. Have a look below at our suggestions that could help keep your night going for longer so you can enjoy classic tunes and the latest sounds with your friends while still enjoying a drink or two! Central Station is a 900 capacity nightclub/550 capacity music venue located located at the heart of Wrexham town centre.

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  9. Rhyl Airshow to go ahead as planned despite plug being pulled on Llandudno eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | IcNorthWales

    Denbighshire Council said they are moving ahead with the town's event despite having to cope with new regulations as a result of the Shoreham air disaster Rhyl's airshow will go ahead as planned says Denbighshire County Council despite another local air festival being pulled due to new stringent rules. The decision came after the Civil Aviation Authority published new guidelines two weeks ago in the wake of last year's Shoreham air disaster.

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  10. Autistic Llandudno student impresses software bosses after creating computer model of human brainRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | IcNorthWales

    Louis Meeson, who goes to Ysgol Y Gogarth, has been on a work placement with Gaia Technologies who were impressed by his ability An autistic student on a work placement at a Gwynedd technology firm has stunned his bosses by "sculpting" a detailed computer model of a human brain. Louis Meeson's model is now being verified for accuracy by experts at Cardiff University, and his bosses at Bangor 's Gaia Technologies say his Asperger's syndrome has contributed to his creativity. 1 comment

  11. Estate agent tried duping pensioner into selling her flat cheaply so HE could make 10,000 profitRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | IcNetwork

    Stephen John Jones, 51, of Llandudno, didn't tell the woman she had received a higher offer from another would-be buyer An estate agent tried to cheat a pensioner by buying her flat cheaply in his wife's name - with the aim of re-selling it quickly for a 10,000 profit. Prosecutor Julia Galston said the 89-year-old woman's Colwyn Bay flat had been advertised for sale through Stephen John Jones's Conwy Estate Agents.

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  12. Magistrate sentenced for A 10k fraudRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | Newsday

    A Conwy magistrate who fraudulently claimed A 10,000 in lost wages for time he spent in court has been ordered to repay the money. David Rees took paid leave from his Conwy council job while sitting at Llandudno Magistrates' Court - but kept money paid out for lost salary.

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  13. North Wales Spa days and hotel breaksRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | IcNorthWales

    Want somewhere to relax and unwind after a hard week at work? How about a trip to one of these... If you are looking for some rest and relaxation or a much-needed break away to relieve the stresses and strains of work or life then North Wales have a number of excellent choices. From Anglesey to Wrexham , there are a number of hotels that offer something for everyone whether it be saunas, swimming pools, hot tubs, gyms and treatments.

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  14. Welsh sushi dished up to celebrate Conwy's 'must visit' Japanese statusRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | IcNorthWales

    Wushi made by East restaurant in Llandudno to celebrate the Japanese voting Conwy as one of the prettiest towns in Europe Visit Conwy has commissioned its own Welsh sushi - affectionately known as 'wushi' after the medieval walled town was voted as one of the prettiest in Europe by Japanese officials - the only UK location to make into the top 30. In a case of East meets North Wales, the traditional Japanese dish has been recreated with the finest Welsh ingredients including lamb, leeks, cockles, Welsh cheddar, sewin - sea trout from the coastal waters of Wales and laverbread.

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  15. Convoy of Welsh Cavalry surprises Llandudno shoppersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | IcNorthWales

    Troops from the 1st Queens Dragoon Guards are on a 1,000km tour of the UK to test their Jackal vehicles The Welsh Cavalry are on a 1,000km tour of the UK to test the vehicles, their communications and other equipment. Onlookers in Llandudno watched as troops from the 1st Queens Dragoon Guards trundled along Mostyn Broadway and onto the coach park, where they had a cuppa with veterans at the Change Step charity cafe.

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  16. The context to Stephen Crabb's bombshell attack on Carwyn JonesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | IcNetwork

    Is it an attempt to deflect from his embarrassment, as the First Minister claims, or a substantial defence of the Wales Bill? Stephen Crabb's attack on Carwyn Jones is the strongest defence we have yet seen from the Secretary of State for Wales of the Government's plans for devolution. Until now, he has largely played peacemaker - hinting at conciliation and a willingness to talk and discuss the proposals on the table .

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  17. Bargain Booze staff raise 2,500 following charity cycle STAFF from...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Crewe Guardian

    On Saturday, September 26, a cycling team from Bargain Booze set out on a 72 mile bike ride from Crewe to Llandudno. The kind-hearted cyclists wanted to raise money for a local charity and chose St Luke's Hospice, which is based in Winsford.

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  18. Sale couple's Llandudno hotel gains TripAdvisor recognitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Messenger Newspapers

    A COUPLE who hail from Sale are celebrating after the hotel they run in Wales gained national and international recognition. Tom and Carol Long's Elm Tree Hotel in Llandudno bagged the TripAdvisor prize for top bargain hotel in the UK - and it was runner-up in the top bargain hotel in Europe category.

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  19. Watch The Alarm's Mike Peters pay emotional tribute to David BowieRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | IcNetwork

    Describing the singer who died from cancer as a "musical hero", The Alarm frontman performed Starman - in a poignant celebration of the life and legacy of David Bowie - in front of a capacity crowd at The Gathering, the annual fan convention, which saw fans of the enduring rock musician converge on Venue Cymru in Llandudno venue this weekend to enjoy the music of the Welsh rock hero. Sharing a side stage with his keyboard player Mark Taylor, he led the crowd through a stirring rendition of the Bowie classic performing in front of a screen showing footage of the rock 'n' roll pioneer in his pomp, before finishing the song on the main stage to rapturous applause.

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  20. Banned ballroom dancers stage protest outside Llandudno's Trinity CentreRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | IcNorthWales

    More than 30 protesters waved placards calling on the centre's committee to allow them to continue using venue for dances Dozens of ballroom dancers have staged a protest outside a dance hall which they were kicked out of in a row over slippery floors. More than 30 protesters waved placards bearing slogans such as "We just wanna dance", "We don't dust", "Don't blame us" and "We do not need to go faster" outside the Trinity Centre in Llandudno this morning.

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