Results 141 - 160 of 612 in St. Asaph, Wales
Possessive: John Yates has been found guilty of killing his wife and driving her body to a police base where he handed himself in A violent and jealous man who killed his estranged wife before driving her body in the boot of his car to a police traffic base has been found guilty of her murder. Comment?
John Yates, 58, beat his estranged wife Barbara, 49, in their home town of Warrington in July before giving himself up to police in St Asaph. Comment?
A violent and jealous bully who killed his estranged wife then drove her body in the boot of his car to a police base at St Asaph has been found guilty of her murder. Comment?
The jury in the murder trial of a man who drove his dead wife to a north Wales police station has retired to consider its verdict. Comment?
A man accused of killing his estranged wife and putting her body in the boot of his car has told a court he did not remember the sequence of events before her death. Comment?
JOHN Yates broke down and wept as he described to the "body in the boot" murder trial jury the moments before he killed his estranged wife. Comment?
COUSINS Phoebe Simpson and Lauren Rogers are among North Wales' few "butterfly children" - so called because their skin is as delicate as the insect's wing. Comment?
THREE Nigerian men working in different Bangor nightspots have been arrested for immigration offences. Comment?
A JURY in the trial of the "body in the boot" killer John Yates heard yesterday that he beat his estranged wife and sexually assaulted her seven months before she died. Comment?
Campaigners fighting to save community hospital facilities in Flint and Llangollen have united with pressure groups to form the North Wales Health Alliance. Comment?
MORE than 2,000 North Wales homes will be better prepared to deal with the effects of flooding thanks to the extension of a free warning service including by text, experts claimed yesterday. Comment?
A MAN beat his wife to death in a "brutal fashion" and then took her body to a police station in the boot of his car. Comment?
Groups opposing hospital and minor injury unit closures in Blaenau Ffestiniog, Llangollen, Flint, Prestatyn and Llandudno and others fighting to retain intensive care services for newborns in North Wales formally joined forces following an emergency meeting in St Asaph on Monday night. Comment?
John Yates has been accused of killing his estranged wife before taking her body to a police station. Comment?
A "violent and abusive" man turned up at a police traffic base with his estranged wife's body in his car boot after he killed her, a court has heard. Comment?
A HUSBAND murdered his estranged wife then drove to a police station in North Wales with her body in the back of his car, a court has heard. Comment?
Groups representing campaigns in Blaenau Ffestiniog, Llangollen, Flint, Prestatyn, Llandudno and to retain neonatal intensive care in the North were present at the emergency meeting in St Asaph tonight. Comment?
Groups representing campaigns in Blaenau Ffestiniog, Llangollen, Flint, Prestatyn, Llandudno and to retain neonatal intensive care in the North were present at an emergency meeting in St Asaph last night. Comment?
A RESTAURANT manager has told of the dramatic scenes that unfolded when police officers bellowed down from a helicopter and ordered staff and 150 diners to get out before floods hit. Comment?
A FORMAL review into the cause of devastating floods which swept through St Asaph has been launched. Comment?