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Maesgeirchen drugs raid: four women arrested

Four women are being questioned on suspicion of drug dealing and money laundering following a raid in Bangor. Class A controlled drugs were seized along with cash, mobile phones and a knuckle duster in a search on an address on Llys Bedwyr in Maesgeirchen on Friday. Three of the arrested suspects are from Merseyside and […]

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Rethink for youth club closures amid protests

Further talks are set to be held on the future of 39 youth clubs in Gwynedd threatened with closure. Protesters against the decision to replace them with one club for the whole county rallied outside Gwynedd Council’s Caernarfon headquarters on Thursday. Almost 6,000 people have signed a petition against the proposed closures, which were due […]

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Five clubs pass FAW’s Tier Two test

Five clubs from Anglesey and Gwynedd have been granted new Tier 2 certificates for next season from the FAW. Bangor City, who were relegated from the Welsh Premier last week, was automatically granted a certificate because its Nantporth ground had passed stringent criteria for a domestic Tier 1 licence. But the club is planning to […]

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Canlyniadau pêl-droed lleol: 02.05.2018 – 03.05.2018

Cynghrair Lock Stock Adran Gyntaf Conwy 5-1 Llanberis (Llanberis: OG 70′) Mae Conwy yn bencampwyr Adran Gyntaf — Ail Adran Pentraeth 1-3 Tref Amlwch (Amlwch: Dewi Thomas, Tom Wyn, Gethin Davies) Adran Wrth Gefn Llanrug 3-4 Tref Llangefni (Llangefni: Keenan Latham 2, Aaron Rickards 2) Cynghrair Cartrefi Cymunedol Gwynedd Bro Goronwy 6-1 Talysarn Celts (Bro […]

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Local football results: 02.05.2018 – 03.05.2018

Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One Conwy Borough 5-1 Llanberis (Llanberis: Own goal 70′) Conwy Borough are Division One champions — Division Two Pentraeth 1-3 Amlwch Town (Amlwch: Dewi Thomas, Tom Wyn, Gethin Davies) Reserves Division Llanrug United 3-4 Llangefni Town (Llangefni: Keenan Latham 2, Aaron Rickards 2) Cartrefi Cymunedol Gwynedd League Bro Goronwy 6-1 […]

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Suspected drugs flat closed off in Bangor

A flat in Bangor has been cordoned off for three months in a bid to tackle drug crime. Caernarfon magistrates granted police the closure order at 11 Plas Gwenllian – a property owned by landlords Cartrefi Cymunedol Gwynedd. The court heard the flat had been associated with drug related anti-social behaviour for a prolonged period […]

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Estranged husband guilty of Betty Jordan murder

A man who stabbed his estranged wife at her Bangor home has been found guilty of murder. Paul Jordan denied the murder of Betty Jordan last July. The BT worker claimed he had carried out manslaughter by diminished responsibility, but he was convicted by a jury at Caernarfon Crown Court. The judge told Mr Jordan […]

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Warning against rooftop climbers in Caernarfon

Police have warned youths in Caernarfon to stop climbing onto rooftops. It follows reports of several incidents in the town centre over the past week, which has led to minor damage and some anti-social behaviour. Detectives have called on the parents of youths meeting up in the town to warn them about the possible consequences […]

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South Stack: councillors reject parking meter bid

Councillors have thrown out two bids to set up parking meters at South Stack. The RSPB wants to introduce flat rate parking fees at the attraction just off Holy Island – £5 at peak times and £2.50 off-peak. Its proposals had been recommended for approval by Anglesey Council planning officers, but the planning committee refused […]

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Search for Merseyside teen with Anglesey links

Police believe a missing teenager from Knowsley may be in the Holyhead area. Jack Bowes was last seen in the Kirkby area at around 4pm on Friday 20th April – he is said to be a frequent visitor to Anglesey. The 15 year-old boy is described as white and of slim build with mousey brown […]

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