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Man in hospital after falling from beach cliff

A man is in hospital after falling 30ft from a cliff at a beach near Trearddur Bay. Emergency services, including the Wales Air Ambulance, were called out to Porth-y-Post at just after 5pm on Friday evening. The RNLI lifeboat from Trearddur Bay and two coastguard rescue teams from Holyhead and Cemaes Bay were also involved […]

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Police appeal for missing Caernarfon woman

Concern is growing for a Caernarfon woman missing for over 24 hours. Chantelle Williams was last seen at around 8.30am on Thursday morning (18th April) – police say she has known links to both Anglesey and Denbighshire. The 21 year-old was last seen wearing a white top and light blue jeans. Anyone with information about […]

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Local football results: 14.05.2018 – 16.05.2018

Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One Mynydd Llandegai 2-0 Llanrug United (Mynydd Llandegai: Liam Willington 10′, Jamie Whitmore 79′) Division Two Llannerchymedd 3-5 Mochdre Sports (Llannerchymedd: Richard Jones 34′, Gethin Hughes 70′, Jerome Sillence 75′) Bodedern Athletic 2-1 Pentraeth (Bodedern: Steven Whittaker 19’/74′ – Pentraeth: Gwyndaf Hughes 54′) Reserves Division Llanrug United 0-4 Prestatyn Town […]

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‘County lines’ drug dealer jailed

A drug addict from Bangor who hid heroin inside a Kinder egg has been jailed for three years. Police caught Tony Evans and two others in an area of Menai woods where drug users would congregate. The 45 year-old was carrying around 25 heroin deals worth a total of £250, along with £49 in cash […]

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Six beaches keep Blue Flag status

Six Anglesey beaches have retained their coveted Blue Flag status. They’re among 47 sites across Wales to receive the prestigious status for the highest standard of water quality, safety and facilities by Keep Wales Tidy. The Blue Flag beaches on the island are Benllech, Church Bay (Porth Swtan), Llanddwyn, Llanddona, Trearddur Bay and Porth Dafarch. […]

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Garmey takes charge at Holyhead Hotspur

Holyhead Hotspur have named Darren Garmey as their new manager. The ex-Harbourmen player turned coach takes over from Campbell Harrison, who resigned after five seasons in charge. Garmey was Harrison’s assistant at the Huws Gray Alliance club. Another former player, Nick Dumbarton has been appointed as assistant manager – the club says a new reserves […]

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Plans for Holy Island resort revealed

Plans have been unveiled for a new £105 million luxury holiday park on Holy Island – the biggest development ever to be earmarked for Anglesey. Resort firm Bluestone wants to build 500 lodges on the Penrhos Estate along with another 315 lodges and 320 homes in Kingsland. The ‘Holy Island Resort Ynys Môn’, set to […]

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Bangor drop legal action against relegation

Bangor City will not go ahead with legal action against the FAW’s decision to refuse the club a domestic licence. It means City will play in the Huws Gray Alliance next season, ending 26 years of top-flight football in the Welsh Premier League. The club has also delayed its announcement of a new manager to […]

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Rees elected as council chairman

The former Mayor of Llangefni has become the new chairman of Anglesey Council. Councillor Dylan Rees, a former North Wales Police inspector, was elected on Tuesday as the local authority’s civic head for the coming year. Mr Rees, a Plaid Cymru member for Canolbarth Môn since May 2013, is also deputy chair of the council’s corporate […]

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Harrison quits as Harbourmen manager

Holyhead Hotspur manager Campbell Harrison has left the club after five seasons. The ex-Porthmadog and Cemaes Bay coach returned to the Harbourmen in June 2013 after a previous stint in charge from 2006 until September 2009. The New Oval club says Harrison resigned to spend more time with his family and concentrate on his role […]

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