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Bangor man charged with abusing hospital staff

A man has been charged after he swore and spat at hospital staff in Bangor. The 54 year-old from the city also spat at police officers when he was arrested for abusing nurses at Ysbyty Gwynedd early on Sunday morning (11th February). A spokesperson for Bangor police station criticised the man’s behaviour, saying ”All people […]

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Teenager arrested after Holyhead burglary

A teenage boy has been questioned after a burglary at a store in Holyhead. Detectives have released CCTV footage of a second suspect wanted following a break-in at Ponthwfa Stores on South Stack Road in the early hours of last Tuesday (5th February). Two boys smashed a window to gain entry into the shop and […]

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Drug driver caught twice in two days

A Holyhead man caught driving under the influence of drugs twice in two days has been banned from driving. Martin Lewis was arrested after testing positive for cocaine in a roadside swab test on the A55 at Gaerwen. He was taken to custody but later released on bail pending the results of further tests. But […]

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Results Extra: 09.02.2019 – 10.02.2019

FOOTBALL North Wales Women’s League Division One League Cup Bethel Ladies 2-0 Denbigh Town (Bethel: Anest Roberts, Catrin Evans) Pwllheli Ladies 7-2 Airbus Ladies (Pwllheli: Lowri Hughes 4, Sioned Mair Jones, Kim Glyn, Hayley Rees Williams) Division Two League Cup Amlwch Town 2-0 Mountain Rangers (Amlwch: Cerys Gadd 2) Rhyl Development 4-2 Bethesda Athletic (Bethesda: […]

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Row over Beaumaris coach parking shortage

A row has broken out over a lack of available coach parking in Beaumaris. The coach park at the castle was closed last month as five months of work began to improve the town’s flood defences. But talks between Anglesey Council and Beaumaris Town Council have failed to come up with an alternative site. The […]

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Maesgeirchen flats closed in drug crime crackdown

Police have closed four flats on Bangor’s Maesgeirchen estate. Caernarfon magistrates granted closure orders for the flats at Plas Glyndwr on Thursday (7th February) because they were being used for drug-related crime. Two of the flats, owned by Cartrefi Cymunedol Gwynedd, will remain out of bounds for the next three months. Only police and CCG officers […]

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