• Steve Rogers steps back in time to drive a classic from the seventies

  • Wrexham fan Russell hopes for purple patch in form with new kit

  • Exceptional Amy honoured at social care Oscars

  • Super Mario’s lifetime achievement award

Mum inspires Sarah to teach CPR to pupils

A hospital worker volunteered to teach life-saving skills to schoolchildren after colleagues attempted to save her own mum who had suffered a massive heart attack. Operating department practitioner Sarah Williams-Bellis, who works at Spire Yale Hospital, in Wrexham, believes it’s vitally important to teach CPR techniques to youngsters. Sarah was speaking at an event at […]

Seaweed sausages – one of the new tastes of Wales

Seaweed sausages, cheesy Welsh cakes and boozy biscuits – three local food treats with a difference that could soon be in production in North East Wales. The local delicacies have been cooked up by the team at The Food Technology Centre in Llangefni, for North East Wales Local Action Groups’ Concept to Consumer project with […]

Cave rescue team honoured for Thai football team rescue

A cave rescue team which helped mastermind the safe release of a Thai football team in one of the most perilous rescue missions in history were the pride of Wales at a special awards ceremony. Members of the South and Mid-Wales Cave Rescue Team (SMWRCT) played a vital role in the recovery of 12 boys […]

Farmers’ son Hefin returns to his roots for business success in New Zealand

A Welsh exile revealed how he returned to his roots to build a thriving business on the other side of the world. Businessman Hefin Lloyd Davies, 65, has set up a successful distributorship selling the market-leading products of Ifor Williams Trailers in New Zealand. He was born in Carrog and brought up in Glyndyfrdwy, near […]

Salah day as two-goal Adnan clinches Commissioner’s anti-racism trophy

A football tournament held to highlight the fight against hate crime and racism has been won by a club formed in Wrexham to provide the opportunity to play for people from different ethnic backgrounds. The six-a-side event held at Ysgol Clywedog in the town was sponsored by North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Arfon Jones […]

Housing worker Maria speaks out against hate crime in video

A housing worker who suffered racist taunts via social media is urging all victims of hate crime to come forward. According to Maria Smith, 47, from Conwy, it’s vitally important that people don’t suffer in silence but report the abuse to the police. Maria enthusiastically supports the Hate Crime Awareness Week launched by North Wales […]

Steve Rogers casts and eye over the new Volvo XC40

MY first drive in Volvo’s new XC40 SUV and it took no more than a few minutes to find out why it romped away with the European Car of the Year title. Since that triumph back in January there have been 34 more awards and PR boss Mike Gale told me his dinner suit would […]

Booming bakery creates 20 more new jobs

Twenty more new jobs are up for grabs at a booming bakery which has just announced an inflation-busting pay increase of up to eight per cent for production workers. The award-winning Village Bakery need extra staff for a new gluten-free bakery that’s being launched later in the year and to put two extra shifts on […]

£500,000 appeal launched to equip hospice extension

A £500,000 appeal has been launched to equip an extension to a hospice which will help it double the number of people it supports. The fund-raising campaign got under way as the first sod was cut to mark the start of the work to build the £2.5 million development at St Kentigern Hospice in St […]

Denbighshire’s Queen of Shops gets retail into shape for Christmas

Denbighshire has its own ‘Queen of Shops’ to get the county’s retailers match fit for the vital Christmas selling season. Retail expert Helen Hodgkinson has been working with shop and business owners in Llangollen and elsewhere alongside the County Council’s Economic and Business Development Team on how to make the most of the festive season. […]