• Police boss unveils high tech blitz on two crime hotspots in North Wales

  • Police boss calls for new Hillsborough Law after “lies and alleged cover-up”

  • Cupra Formentor road test by Steve Rogers

  • Hugh turns on the style to visit care home in his glamorous 1930s Bentley

Mum of two on life on the pandemic frontline after qualifying as a nurse

A mum-of-two who worked on the coronavirus frontline after fulfilling her ambition of qualifying as a nurse is spearheading a drive to attract new recruits from across North Wales to the profession. At the height of the pandemic earlier this year, Lynda Williams found herself in full PPE working on a Covid-19 ward at Ysbyty […]

Emotional event to honour legacy of Corwen hero Huw ‘Chick’

Ambitious plans to develop the football club in Corwen were unveiled at the emotional official opening of the clubhouse named after local legend Huw ‘Chick’ Jones. With the Dee Park ground bathed in early evening sunshine, the ceremonial ribbon was cut by Clwyd South MP Simon Baynes, who said he was humbled and honoured to […]

Care home residents sing and dance as they savour musical fun in the sun

Music-loving care home residents sang and danced away during an exclusive gig provided by two world class orchestra performers. Dozens of residents and staff at Pendine Park’s Hillbury and Gwern Alyn care homes in Wrexham enjoyed some fun in the sun, as they savoured listening to an array of familiar favourites and were treated to […]

Fast-growing builder creates 150 new jobs and boosts Cheshire economy by £12 million

A fast-growing construction company is creating 150 new jobs with three housing developments in Cheshire. Brenig Construction have started work on the sites in Crewe, Winsford and Middlewich and say the schemes will boost the county’s economy by £12 million. At Silver Birches, in Middlewich, ten of the 11 executive-style properties, costing up to £390,000 […]

Call for Wales to follow England’s lead and make jabs a must for social care staff

A social care leader has made a renewed call for coronavirus vaccinations to be made obligatory for care staff who work with elderly and vulnerable people in Wales. Mario Kreft MBE, the chair of Care Forum Wales, said the idea had been given fresh impetus  after it was revealed that vaccinations would in future be […]

Police boss bumps into familiar face on beat in Wrexham

North Wales’s new policing chief bumped into a familiar face when he spent a day on the beat in Wrexham. Andy Dunbobbin, the recently-elected  Police and Crime Commissioner, was on a fact-finding tour of the streets of the region’s biggest town when he met newly-appointed Sergeant David Smith who has been leading the local Neighbourhood […]

Suzuki Across road test by Steve Rogers

What’s this? A Suzuki that looks suspiciously like a Toyota Rav4. Nothing suspicious about it, this is a Rav4 with a Suzuki badge. So what’s this all about? It is quite simple, Toyota, one time world’s biggest car company, has taken fellow Japanese, but smaller car company Suzuki, under its wing and is sharing its […]

Nurse Susan hailed a coranvirus warrior

A care home nurse celebrating 25 years in her job has been hailed as a coronavirus warrior after the toughest year of her career. Susan Bond is a senior nurse at Highfield residential home, part of the award-winning Pendine Park care organisation in Wrexham, and says the residents and fellow staff are like one big […]

Police boss unveils high tech blitz on two crime hotspots in North Wales

Automatic number plate recognition and dozens of new CCTV cameras will be used in a high tech crackdown on two crime hotspots in North Wales. North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Andy Dunbobbin has secured nearly £500,000 in extra funding for the blitz on burglaries, car crime and robberies in Colwyn Bay and Bangor. The […]