4 hrs ago
Llandudno tenor Elgan Llyr Thomas shortlisted for award
Elgan Llyr Thomas, 22, from Llandudno is one of four young Welsh musicians nominated for the 2013 John Fussell Award.
6 hrs ago
'Finally the Government will pay for what has happened':...
Mother of 24-year-old soldier killed in Iraq 'more than happy' after Supreme Court rules families can sue for negligence and make claims under human rights legislation Families of British soldiers killed fighting in Iraq can bring damages claims against the Government, the Supreme Court ruled today.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Yale College Music Student Reaches High Notes
Bethan Allmand, 18 from Wrexham was appointed Leader of the National Youth Orchestra of Wales after auditioning for the position against seven others around the country having been a member of the orchestra since she was 14 years old.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Man in court accused of wounding, rape and possession of knife in Llandudno
A 50-year-old man has been remanded in custody accused of wounding, rape and possession of a knife in what the prosecution said was a drugs-linked incident.
Barbershop choir looks to raise notes
THIS women's barbershop chorus fears the only dresses they will be able to afford for an upcoming national competition will be their dressing gowns.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
The Sun Online
hairdressers 18 stone weightloss
Weighing a colossal 42st combined, the ladies from Llandudno, north Wales, felt more like the cast of Hairspray than Cutting It, struggling on their feet all day and suffering with exhaustion, bad backs, painful knees and shortness of breath.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Man hands himself in to police after woman suffers knife injury
A woman in her 40s who suffered an injured arm in a major incident this week has been released from hospital.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Citizenry test 'a bad pub quiz'
A test taken by around 150,000 would-be British citizens each year is just a "bad pub quiz" with too much focus on culture and history at the expense of practical knowledge, an academic has said.
Conwy Valley to benefit from cash brought to North Wales by Wales Rally GB
A MASSIVE influx of visitors is expected in the Conwy Valley this November when Wales Rally GB holds competitive stages there for the first time since the 1970s.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Armed police swoop on knifeman
The drama unfolded around Gloddaeth Avenue and Maelgwyn Road in Llandudno yesterday afternoon.
Nightclubs close their doors for the last time after failure to find new buyer
Two nightclubs have closed their doors for the last time after announcing "that's all folks" on a Facebook page.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Twenty years on... Remembering the Llandudno floods
Low lying areas in Llandudno and parts of Llandudno Junction were swamped because of torrential rain, combined with a high tide and the failure of a pumping station at West Shore.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Ministerial tramlines and slap-downs
Carwyn Jones knew it was coming and wouldn't, I'm starting to believe, have wanted it any other way.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Flint hosts second leg of classic cars trial
The classic car event showcases its unique blend of the best of British Classic Rallying, with Flint Castle featuring for the first time in its 11-year history.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
'Your Company. Your Say.' - Dwr Cymru Welsh Water launches major ...
Welsh Water plans A 2 billion investment to maintain and improve service between 2015 - 2021 Customers can have their say on the plans in a series of events over the summer Customer bill increases will be kept as low as possible Welsh Water will strive for best value and high quality service for customers Company's unique 'not-for-profit' model ... (more)
Three Castles Welsh Classic Trial
HUNDREDS of spectators and 80 entrants from all over Europe will enjoy a classic car event across North and mid Wales over the next few days - boosting local hotels, restaurants and shops.
Campaigners critical of far-right group's memorial service
CAMPAIGN groups have criticised members of a far-right faction after they held an event in memory of murdered soldier Lee Rigby.
Major sailing competition booked for Llandudno has to be cancelled because of broken slipway
The Contender Class British Championships due to be held in the resort in August have been cancelled by Llandudno Sailing Club after the council failed to fix a vital slipway in time A major national championship which would have brought sailors from across the UK to Llandudno has been cancelled because repairs to a wooden slipway won't be carried ... (more)
Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee on their way to Llandudno
The Lewis Carroll creations have been immortalised as statues - while the resort's White Rabbit statue is still looking for a new home Llandudno's White Rabbit statue, which commemorates the resort's links with Alice Liddell - who is believed to have inspired the Alice in Wonderland story - was removed from the West Shore for repairs.
'It only takes one death for us to be vindicated in our...
'It only takes one death for us to be vindicated in our arguments, but we don't want that to happen' Llandudno town councillors insist that an aerial ladder platform should be based in the resort following the two fires which required the engine over the recent Bank Holiday weekend Lives could be lost if the fire service doesn't base an aerial ... (more)