8 hrs ago
UK Treasury rejects calls for Welsh voice on the interest rate-setting Monetary Policy Committee
Welsh MPs raise job losses in Wales' energy-intensive and banking sectors with the UK Government's Treasury team, as well as concerns about the price of a pint.
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12 hrs ago
Body Found Near Shotton Railway Station
He has joined the elite Wrexhamites who have one of our pens. Wrexham are away at Braintree tonight.
17 hrs ago
Bob Crow: North Wales politicians join tributes following RMT union leader's death
Anglesey MP Albert Owen and Alyn and Deeside AM Carl Sargeant pay their respects to Mr Crow, who died this morning aged 52 A brief statement said: "It is with the deepest regret that RMT has to confirm that our general secretary Bob Crow sadly passed away in the early hours of this morning.
19 hrs ago
Soaring energy bills plunge many into fuel poverty chill
According to the Office of National Statistics, UK households spent an average of 106 a month on electricity, gas and other household fuels in 2012.
23 hrs ago
North Wales missing person appeal: Bid to find Deeside pensioner
Concern has been raised for the safety of a 75-year-old man who has been missing for more than a day.
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Mon Mar 10, 2014
Giant incinerator scheme stirs up emotions
RENEWED anger has been expressed by community leaders over the incinerator proposed for their area.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Crackdown on speeding drivers in Buckley as 19 drivers are caught in four hours
Ex-Dragons manager answers questions on his Racecourse career - his worst mistake, 4-3-3 formation, proudest moment and favourite goal Lawson have joined headliners Tom Jones and Jessie J at this year's Access All Eirias concert, to be held on July 25-26 in Colwyn Bay One of Buckley's busiest roads has been identified as a 'community concern site' ... (more)
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Plans for giant 220 acre Deeside solar park submitted
An application for planning permission has been submitted by Pegasus Group, on behalf of Atem Solar Ltd, to Flintshire Council for the installation of a 45MW solar park, located north of the A548, Weighbridge Road, opposite Deeside Industrial Estate.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Morale at Deeside Hospital 'is at an all time low'
NORTH Wales' health board has allayed fears another community hospital could shut despite ward closures and alleged discontent among staff.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Deeside mum's plea to keep premature babies in North Wales
The mother of two boys born dangerously premature says moving North Wales's sickest babies to Wirral will be 'devastating' for their families.
Tributes paid to Deeside man who fought to save Shotton Steelworks
During the 1970s and 80s, Danny, who was awarded an OBE for services to employment, campaigned endlessly to prevent the closure of the steelworks.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Plans for incinerator in Deeside could move a step closer
Members of Flintshire Council's environment overview and scrutiny committee will meet tomorrow to discuss plans for the huge installation on Deeside Industrial Estate.
Man impaled on railings in Gwersyllt taken off life-support
Marlon Poole, 38, now living in Shotton but with strong connections to Wrexham, is still fighting for his life in a hospital specialist unit in Stoke-on-Trent after being found at Gwersyllt railway station.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Connah's Quay football referee stole A 400 in players' subs
Michael James Jenson, 23, a student at Deeside College, was employed as a referee by Leisure Leagues, which organised children's football throughout the UK.
Connah's Quay man aimed van at cycling group
A LAUGHING van driver who deliberately drove at a group of cyclists to frighten and intimidate them has been jailed.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Still no date for Deeside Hospital ward reopening
The Gladstone Ward at Deeside Hospital was temporarily closed earlier this month, reducing the number of available beds at the hospital from 52 to 24. Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board said staffing pressures led to the closure, caused in part by restrictions on staff duties while an ongoing investigation into standards of care was carried ... (more)
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Welsh Business Gears Up For Rally Support
The Welsh Government has announced funding for Wales GB Rally for the next two years.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Storm power cut at animal sanctuary leads to death of a snake and owl
Delivery Solutions Ltd is a North Wales based independent transport company servicing customers throughout North Wales and the North West delivering and collecting their parcels, pallets and full loads of freight.
Mum sees gable end of Mold house ripped apart in storm
Karen Shore said she had been left distraught by the damage to her house in Mold which happened just minutes before she arrived home with her six-year-old son.