Man jailed over the theft of an electric toothbrush
A MAN has admitted a house burglary - after he stuck his head in through an open bathroom window and stole an electric tooth brush.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Former businessman jailed for selling bogus computer software
Guest ran Senior Computers in Prestatyn but the shop was raided by trading standards officials after a test purchase by Microsoft Ltd. The initial complaint came from an engineering firm who had spent more than A 3,350 on two desktops and two laptops only to find the software containing a warning that it was not a genuine product.
Rhyl green space saved after 40 year fight
Residents of Park View Estate fought to keep the land on Ffordd Elan for community use and now calls have been made to name it after former mayor Glyn Pickering who supported their cause.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Denbighshire Free Press
Putting a city back on the map: Your Town
THE residents of St Asaph are still recovering after last November's horrendous floods and are now looking to put their city back on the map.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Five guilty of A 20m mortgage fraud
A former police officer is one of five people who have been convicted of massive mortgage fraud worth A 20m.
Mon Jun 03, 2013
This is South Wales
Swansea, Port Talbot, Llanelli and Neath train stations in top 10 for crime
According to statistics published by British Transport Police, more than 1,700 crimes have been committed on railway stations and trains in the past year alone.
Wed May 29, 2013
Rhyl soldier in charity walk for Woolwich murder victim
A FORMER Rhyl soldier will walk more than 800 miles in memory of Drummer Lee Rigby who was killed near his barracks in Woolwich.
Earthquake strikes North Wales in the early hours of Wednesday
PEOPLE across North Wales were shaken out of their beds this morning after an earth tremor struck off the Lleyn Peninsula.
Sat May 25, 2013
Roosting bats could put halt to demolition of eyesore houses
Denbighshire Council has spent months acquiring and boarding up properties in West Rhyl to be knocked down to make way for new family housing and an urban park.
This Is Staffordshire
We played cowboys and indians at the allotments
O ne of Ann Wookey's favourite games as a young child was counting the number of slag heaps she could see from her family's prefab.
Thu May 23, 2013
Woman sustains serious head injury on Rhyl street
POLICE are investigating after a woman sustained a serious head injury on a Rhyl street.