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The move to a new base in North Wales was confirmed last month; now event organiser International Motor Sports has provided further details of a challenging new competitive route, the return of spectator stages aimed at delivering a full day's top class family entertainment plus a more affordable and flexible ticketing structure.
A COUNCIL says it's learned a "harsh lesson" about a A 1m overspend on a A 4m bridge project by changing the way it works but can't guarantee the fiasco won't be repeated.
CAMPAIGNERS fear a forthcoming review into whether creating a "self-sufficient" neonatal intensive care centre for North Wales is sustainable, will be a "whitewash". The North Wales Health Alliance , which has been fighting to retain full intensive care services for newborns, has expressed concern that the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child ... (more)
British Transport Police officers have released CCTV images of a man they would like to speak to in connection with the attack on April 13.
The most important object in Welsh history? Is it the Welsh dresser, the Miner's Lamp, or Max Boyce's original manuscript of Hymns & Arias? So what is the most important object in Welsh history? That's the questions academics are attempting to answer in the pages of the Western Mail each day as the newspaper celebrates Welsh History Month.
As part of a bid to catch out pickpockets, concertgoers in Wales were denied entry to the Vaccines gig if they didn't know the lead singer's name.
Rory Bremner visits the Scottish Borders, a place close to his heart. He has a go at fly fishing without any success, then ties himself in knots attempting to make tweed Rory Bremner is on the North Yorkshire coast to witness its rugged beauty.
There's Emlyn Roberts, 66 - "an artist with a knife" - and Roger Jones, 67, who once had his own butchers shop.
Clwyd West MP and Welsh Secretary David Jones cited overspending on a bridge, legal battles over Colwyn Bay pier and a A 125,00 grant handed to a conman.
Conwy Council is working on a way to remove the rocks from the resort's North Shore and restore the old 'kiddies' corner' Hopes that a permanent solution can be found to the problem of a popular beach's lost sand have been raised.
A National Trust manager who admitted stealing A 11,000 because of personal and gambling debts has been given an 11 month suspended prison sentence.
Riders will be allowed along the historic promenade, in Llandudno, Conwy, after a 12-month trial concluded they pose no threat to walkers enjoying a seafront stroll.