North Wales Chronicle
Bangor ASDA roundabout confusion fears
Gwynedd councillor Chris O'Neal logged eight near misses in 24 minutes at the old Farrar Road site, while shoppers questioned were conflicted over which lane to take for ASDA when approaching from Deiniol Road.
Passengers scramble for seats on private buses out of city
PASSENGERS scrambling to catch one of the few intercity buses heading out of the capital complained of the confusion and inconvenience they encountered as the Bus Eireann strike entered its second day.
Increase in police patrols after attacks on cars
POLICE will increase patrols and are urging residents to be vigilant following an increase in damage and theft from cars in an area of Bangor.
Classical fest explores new arias of food and fashion
By JOANNE FLEMING IF music be the food of love, play on. The line-up for this year's Clandeboye Festival has been announced, revealing a programme of world-class musicians are on their way to perform in Bangor.
Student accommodation plan for site used by drug addicts and alcoholics
A DERELICT building in Bangor, which has become a regular haunt for drug addicts and alcoholics, is to be turned into student accommodation.
Bryson allowed out late to play football
Flag protestor Jamie Bryson can stay out later at night to help his football team's end of season push for success, a judge has ruled.
North Wales News: North Wales underground drug factory: Bangor men...
Three men jailed for their part in a multi-million drugs factory have been ordered to forfeit thousands of pounds.