Llandudno, Wales Newswire

Llandudno, Wales Newswire

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  1. Missing Mochdre teenager Robyn Allsopp found safeRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | IcNorthWales

    North Wales Police launched an appeal to find the 17-year-old, who went missing on August 27 and was last seen in Llandudno by a family member A teenager from Conwy who was reported missing on Thursday sparking a police appeal has been found safe and well. Robyn Allsopp, 17, who left her home in Mochdre on Thursday morning was last seen by a member of her family in Llandudno at 12.30pm on Thursday afternoon.

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  2. Eight ways to impress an employer face-to-faceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | IcNetwork

    Looking for a job? Making a first impression on an employer when you meet them in person is crucial, and they'll be paying attention to everything from your body language to the questions you ask. "Our top tips would be to listen and to question things," says Sarah John, commercial director at Acorn recruitment and training.

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  3. Appeal to find missing Mochdre teenager Robyn AllsoppRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | IcNorthWales

    The 17 year-old was last seen in Llandudno on Thursday and North Wales Police say they are becoming concerned for her whereabouts The whereabouts of a 17-year-old girl who has been missing since Thursday morning is a cause for concern, says North Wales Police . She is described as being 5ft 3ins tall, with brown hair and was wearing a black top, black leather jacket, pale blue skinny jeans and pumps.

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  4. 16 things you will only know if you grew up in FlintRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | IcNorthWales

    From McDonald's coming to town to buying your stationery at Candid Cards, these are things only a child growing up in Flint would remember If you were a child growing up in Flint then these are 16 things that should be more than familiar to you. From McDonald's coming to town to school trips to Glan Llyn, these memories are sure to make you feel nostalgic.

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  5. Llandudno return for ship MV Balmoral will boost tourismRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | IcNorthWales

    The MV Balmoral, which was here in the early summer, returns to Llandudno and Menai Bridge for six days of voyages starting next Friday, September 4. It comes after the Conwy County Borough Council helped revamp Llandudno's listed 695-metre pier to accommodate such cruise ships. Cllr Ronnie Hughes, Conwy Council's deputy leader, welcomed the return as "great news" for the area with hundreds of passengers coming from Liverpool to the region.

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  6. Interview: Geoffrey Munn - a world authority on Faberge jewellery and the Wartski dynastyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Jewish Chronicle

    There is that moment of excitement on the BBC's Antiques Roadshow when someone in the crowd comes forward with a sparkling jewel that turns out to be the real thing worth thousands. And more often than not, it is the affable, forever smiling Geoffrey Munn who reveals the unknown story behind the gem.

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  7. Llandudno landlord back in court - this time for unlicensed propertiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | IcNorthWales

    A landlord who styled himself as the "pied piper of Llandudno" has had a court bill for almost 7,000 for running three unlicensed houses of multiple occupation . Mark Thorogood , 50 of West End, Beaumaris , was fined by Llandudno Magistrates on Wednesday because he failed to have an HMO licence for three properties - two of them on Bodhyfryd Road, Llandudno - in action brought by Conwy County Council.

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  8. Tweeting farmer's TV programme will be screened across the UKRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | IcNorthWales

    Tweeting farmer Gareth Wyn Jones's TV show on local food is to be screened UK-wide after its success in Wales. The three programmes proved so popular that they will now be screened prime time on BBC2 in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland at 7pm next Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, September 2-4.

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  9. Llandudno pop-up kitchen to launch with focus on seafoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | IcNorthWales

    Codtails and Dreams will open in the old Llandudno Smokery and then roll-out across North Wales in the coming months A pop-up kitchen showcasing the region's best seafood will launch this week in Llandudno with plans to spread across North Wales in the coming months. Codtails & Dreams is the second pop-up creation by The Kitchen after a successful stint in the Great Orme Brewery last year.

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  10. Council lets off its own staff for parking on double yellows and blocking pavementRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | IcNorthWales

    Conwy council says driver will be 'reminded of responsibility' but critics say they would expect to be fined if it'd been them A North Wales council has said it will let one of its own drivers off the hook for parking on double yellow lines and blocking the pavement. The reader, P Leach, sent the image to the Daily Post and asked: "Please could you explain why this vehicle is parked part kerb/part road on double yellows "I am sure if I parked in this space I would receive a parking ticket.

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  11. Gareth Jenkins: Naval officer who collapsed on Royal Marine training...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | IcNorthWales

    The coroner's office has now ruled there will be no inquest into the death of the 25 year-old Lieutenant from Colwyn Bay on Dartmoor in May An inquest will not be held into the death of a naval officer who collapsed on a Royal Marines training exercise on Dartmoor. Lieutenant Gareth Jenkins from Colwyn Bay died in May while attempting to complete a marine commando exercise known as the 30-Miler.

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  12. Bingley's Bingham lands dream drive in Wales Rally GBRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Thetelegraphand Argus

    Bingley's Sam Bilham, who has landed a dream drive in the Wales Rally GB in November but faces many new hurdles before then, not the least performing in a left-hand drive car Picture: MCR Motorsport Media The 18-year-old will compete in the Wales Rally GB - the final round of the World Rally Championship - from November 12-15. Bilham, named the Motor Sports Association's RSF Young Driver of the Year in 2014, will be in a Ford Fiesta ST in the principality, having piloted a Nissan Micra in the British Trial and Rally Drivers' Association gravel series for the last two years.

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  13. Llandudno war hero who slipped through the fingers of brutal Nazi...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | IcNorthWales

    But 95 year-old Alf was part of a group of Allied soldiers who were surrounded by the now infamous Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler unit. Some were taken prisoner in a barn whilst 80 of them were cut down by grenades and bullets in what became known as the Wormhout Massacre.

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  14. Burglary suspect who let dogs out to get into house is caught on homeowner's CCTVRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | IcNorthWales

    Man can be seen scarpering as he lets six Shih Tzus out of house in apparent ruse to see if anyone was home A Llandudno woman learned she had been burgled after finding all her dogs had been let out of her house. Samatha Leach came home to discover her six Shih Tzus in her back yard, and on checking her CCTV system she saw footage of a man letting them out before returning later and apparently stealing items from the house.

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  15. Sir Bill Taylor: Do I like to be beside the seaside?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Lancashire Telegraph

    For some random, unknown to us, reason, we've just had a 2 night mini break in...Llandudno! Yes, you heard me right...Llandudno! On the North Wales coast. It's only just over 100 miles & was "sat nav'd" to take 2, 2 & a half hours.

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  16. Junior soccer tournament in Flint is fitting tribute to 'true gent' JohnRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Flintshire Standard

    The event was organised to remember father-of-three John Gilsenan, who dedicated more than a decade to grassroots football in Flint before his death at the end of last year. The memorial tournament saw 12 teams compete at Flint Town's home ground on Marsh Lane yesterday, with junior teams coming from as far afield as Holywell, Ruthin, Llandudno, Colwyn Bay, Prestatyn and Maghull, Merseyside.

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  17. The Labour leadership: Welsh anglesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | Newsday

    I'm told the split in the types of voters is the same as the rest of the UK with half being full Labour members, around a third union affiliates and a fifth classed as registered supporters, these are the people who have paid A 3 to have their say under the new rules which have proved so controversial. In an earlier blog, I set out who the politicians are supporting.

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  18. Dublin is Europe's cheapest city for culture break as London is most expensiveRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 22 | Daily Mail

    Where to REALLY get away from it all: The world's most secluded hotels... from luxury yurts in Mongolia's Gobi Desert to aluminum igloos in Greenland Hue goes there! Villagers in Bali paint their bodies VERY bright green to ward off bad luck and evil spirits British Airways Dreamliner forced to land at Siberian airport after smoke from passenger's overheated smartphone caused alarm on board Put your neck pillow under your chin, skip the booze and try the headbanger: The ultimate guide to falling asleep on a plane Wish 'roo were here! Australia's incredible Kangaroo Island is home to more than 60,000 marsupials An Inspector Calls: Inside Britain's most expensive hotel where the cheapest room is A 720 a night, there are three staff to each guest and the fruit salad comes with strips of edible gold leaf Horror of tourists who went on a whale watching trip... but only saw dead endangered ... (more)

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  19. Cat injured in vicious seagull attack as birds 'TARGET pets' in seaside townRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | Mirror.co.uk

    The owner of a cat which suffered a head injury in a seagull attack says the birds have begun to TARGET pets in his seaside town. He took to Twitter to share a picture of his cat and ask for help from Vale of Clwyd MP, James Davies.

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  20. Llandudno RNLI and helicopter crews rescue stricken skipperRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 21 | IcNorthWales

    A yachtsman who fell ill was airlifted to hospital this morning after a rescue operation by the RNLI, a helicopter and a commercial vessel. The skipper of the eight-metre yacht 'Caprice', heading for Conwy requested help after being taken ill when his boat was six miles north of Great Orme's Head.

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