Month: August 2019

Finance boss joins the team at Wrexham copy firm

A FINANCE director whose early career involved deploying troops to global conflict zones is on a new mission with a Wrexham copy firm. Gary Ryan has been appointed Finance Director and General Manager for Rawson Digital and has worked in the copy industry for 16 years. The former civil servant who worked for the Ministry […]

Audi A1 Sportback road test by Steve Rogers

THEY are playing a new numbers game at Audi and it got a friend very excited. He was admiring my A1 Sportback and noticed 35 in front of TFSI on the tailgate. He could hardly contain himself thinking the little A1 had a 3.5 litre under the bonnet. A reasonable assumption. I could have led […]

Archdruid’s poetic tribute to unique chair designed to combat loneliness

Wales’s most important bard has paid a poetic tribute to a unique chair that’s been designed to combat loneliness by encouraging people to sit down and talk to each other. Archdruid Myrddin ap Dafydd has written a special englyn – a four-line strict metre verse – in praise of the Cadair Sgwrs (Conversation Chair) unveiled […]

Citroen C5 Aircross road test by Steve Rogers

DID you know there are 42,000 speed bumps on roads around the country? Citroen found out as part of a survey on speed bumps and pot holes and reckons the new suspension on its C5 Aircross and C4 Cactus does rather a good job of cushioning the jolting effect. As luck would have it, I […]

Police boss welcomes MPs’ call to decriminalise cannabis

The North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner has welcomed a report from a group of cross-party MPs who predict the UK will fully legalise cannabis within five to 10 years. Arfon Jones, a former police inspector, is a long-time advocate of drugs reform and says the conclusions of the MPs’ fact-finding trip to Canada are […]