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Environment officials have raided an illegal car scrapyard in Bangor. Natural Resources Wales said the site, containing about 50 vehicles, had been operating for some time. Enforcement and woodland officers were supported by police during the search on Tuesday. Ann Weedy, NRW enforcement operations manager, said: ”Cars that have reached the end of their life
A suspected organised crime gang in Holyhead was at the centre of the biggest drugs operation in North Wales for twenty years. Fifteen people were arrested as over 30 raids were carried out across Anglesey and Conwy county early on Tuesday morning. Cocaine and other controlled drugs were seized along with cash and other items
A man found dead at a Snowdonia lake has been named at an inquest. The body of Robert William Arthur Evans (55) from Deiniolen was discovered by a member of the public last Thursday aftenoon at Llyn Padarn in Llanberis. Mr Evans’ death is not being treated as suspicious and no provisional cause has been given.
Police in North Wales and north west England have carried out their biggest drugs crackdown in twenty years. At least thirty raids have been carried out across Anglesey, Conwy county, Merseyside and Greater Manchester in a joint operation of co-ordinated strikes on Tuesday morning, known as Operation Zeus. Few details of arrests have yet been released, but a Holyhead man
Twenty items have been handed into police stations in North Wales in the first week of a national firearms surrender. Shotguns, air weapons and ammunition have been handed over across the region as part of the nationwide amnesty campaign which continues until Sunday. In Anglesey and Gwynedd, firearms and ammunition can be handed in safely
Holyhead’s leisure centre has been temporarily closed after a rat was found in the gym. Environmental health officers have ordered the centre on Kingsland Road to remain shut until at least the end of the week while a deep clean of the building is carried out. The rodent was spotted on Monday by a member
Two clubs in Anglesey and Gwynedd remain in the fray for the last sixteen of this season’s FAW Trophy. Welsh Alliance leaders Llangefni Town reached round five with a 4-0 win over Llanystumdwy. Two second half goals from Matthew Jones ensured the Division One frontrunners avoided an upset by their Gwynedd League visitors – Iwan Parry
Police are looking for three men after a break-in at a house in Bangor earlier this month. Burglars forced their way into the back of the property on Caernarfon Road at around 11pm on Tuesday 7th November. It’s believed they used a small side street to reach the house from a small light coloured vehicle
Bangor residents have been warned to be on their guard against a suspicious woman asking for money. Police in the city say the woman has been knocking on doors at homes in the Coed-y-Castell and Penrhosgarnedd areas in recent days, asking for cash or a petrol can while claiming her car has broken down. Sergeant
Two people have been arrested in an drugs raid in Caernarfon. Officers searched an address in the Bro Seiont area on Monday morning. A 38 year-old man is being held on suspicion of being concerned with supplying Class A drugs. A 31 year-old woman was also arrested for possessing Class A drugs with intent to
Police believe a missing teenager from Snowdonia may have travelled to the Holyhead area. An appeal was launched on Sunday morning for 13 year-old David Thomas. He is described as around 5ft 8 inch tall and of thin build with short mousey hair. No further details have been released by police but anyone with information is
A joint crackdown is being launched in the run up to Christmas against illegal taxi drivers in north west Wales. Anglesey and Gwynedd councils say the increased demand for cabs during the festive season means a greater risk of unlicensed and uninsured drivers taking advantage of revellers. Drivers caught offering lifts via social media or
FOOTBALL JD Sports Welsh Premier League Gap Connah’s Quay 0-2 Bangor City (Dean Rittenberg 18′, Steven Hewitt 20′) Aberystwyth Town 1-2 Bala Town Huws Gray Alliance Caernarfon Town 4-2 Holywell Town (Caernarfon – Rhys Roberts 6′ 47′, Clive Williams 19′, Jay Gibbs pen 77′) Holyhead Hotspur 2-1 Flint Town United (Holyhead – Kenleigh Owen pen,
An man has been arrested on suspicion of carrying a firearm in Amlwch. The 25 year-old local man was detained after armed police were called out to Mona Street at around 12.30am on Friday morning. The suspect was caught near a pub after a sighting by a member of the public – he is now
A man from Deiniolen has been found dead in a Snowdonia lake. Police were called out to Llyn Padarn in Llanberis, where a body had been discovered at just after 2.45pm on Thursday afternoon. The man has not been identified but his death is not being treated as suspicious and his next of kin have
Concern is growing for the whereabouts of a missing woman from Bodedern. 38 year-old Clare Pickard was last seen on Wednesday morning – it’s believed she has known links to the Holyhead area. North Wales Police have released no further details but have appealed for anyone with information to call 101, quoting reference no. V173551.
An investigation is continuing into a two vehicle-crash on the A55 last week. It happened on the eastbound carriageway between Holyhead and Valley at around 4.40pm on Wednesday 8th November. A motorcyclist in his forties was seriously injured when his orange KTM motorbike collided with a black Honda Jazz car. He was taken to Ysbyty
Police in Bangor are investigating break-ins at two city centre restaurants. Thieves stole three charity boxes and a small amount of cash from the till at Jasmine restaurant on the High Street at some point between 9.30pm on Monday night and 9am on Tuesday morning. They managed to enter the building via the back door.
A biker killed in a crash on the A470 has been named by police. Robert Neil Patterson was riding a black Honda motorcycle towards Dolgellau when it crashed near Dinas Mawddwy at just after 3.20pm on Sunday afternoon. The 51 year-old from Rhos-on-Sea was pronounced dead at the scene. Police are still appealing for anyone
Gwynedd Council has warned that changes to youth services will be inevitable because of budget cuts. It follows the launch of a public consultation into plans to replace 42 community-based youth clubs with a single county-wide club in an effort to save around £270,000. A report discussed last month said the move would have a
FOOTBALL Friday JD Sports Welsh Premier League Bala Town 1-1 Gap Connah’s Quay Huws Gray Alliance Holyhead Hotspur 0-2 Denbigh Town Saturday Huws Gray Alliance Airbus UK Broughton 3-3 Caernarfon Town Porthmadog 3-0 Penrhyncoch Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One St Asaph City P-P Nantlle Vale Division Two Gaerwen 1-2 Glan Conwy Llannefydd 8-2 Blaenau
A motorcyclist has died in a crash on the A470 near Dinas Mawddwy. Police say the biker was travelling on a black Honda motorcycle towards the Dolgellau area when it crashed at just after 3.20pm on Sunday afternoon. The motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the scene and his next of kin have been informed. The
Three police officers are to face a misconduct inquiry into their contact with a murdered mother-of-one from Penygroes. Emma Baum was struck multiple times with a crowbar by her ex-boyfriend, David Davies, at her home in July last year. Davies was jailed for at least 22 years for her murder. But North Wales Police referred itself
One person has been arrested in connection with a spate of thefts from cars in and around Caernarfon. Officers say parked and unattended vehicles were targeted in Caernarfon, Waunfawr and Dinorwig last weekend. A number of items were stolen from the cars after their windows their smashed or an unlocked door was opened. District Inspector Owain
Environment officers are investigating mystery substances washed up along the Anglesey coast. The appearance of fatty substances on beaches across the island has led to a council warning for residents and visitors to avoid the greasy residues. Recently, white substances have been found along the west coast at Porth Nobla, Tyn Towyn, Cymyran, Aberffraw and Rhosneigr. On
Two men will be sentenced later this month after they admitted causing the death of a cyclist by careless driving. Robert Idris Llewellyn (70) from Rhoscolyn was killed in a crash involving a Ford Transit van and a Skoda Octavia at Trefor near Bodedern in April last year. The drivers, Kevin Woods (62) of Llanrhwydus and
Two new primary superschools on Anglesey have been officially opened by the Education Secretary. Kirsty Williams visited Ysgol Cybi in Holyhead and Ysgol Rhyd y Llan in Llanfaethlu – where over £15 million has been spent on creating the two schools, which welcomed their first pupils in September. Both schools, funded by Anglesey Council and
New CCTV cameras have been installed in Porthmadog following a campaign by a police community support officer. The cameras were set up in the back streets by Tesco last month after lobbying for PCSO Mark Hughes for extra surveillance coverage of the town. Funding was secured on Monday for more CCTV to cover the site
A van driver has admitted causing the death of an Anglesey nurse by dangerous driving. Mother-of-two Susan Owen was killed when her white BMW collided with a Volkswagen Transporter driven by Barry Slaymaker on the Nant-y-Garth Pass between Pentir and Y Felinheli in September last year. Slaymaker (31) from Gwalchmai had denied causing Mrs Owen’s death
Mae Heddlu Gogledd Cymru yn apelio am dystion wedi lladrad mewn Swyddfa Bost yn Rhosybol ger Amlwch ar nos Llun 7 Tachwedd, lle daliwyd un o’r rhai o dan amheuaeth gan aelodau o’r cyhoedd. Am oddeutu 5.15yh hysbyswyd Heddlu Gogledd Cymru am ladrad ar waith yn yr eiddo. Daeth dau ddyn i’r swyddfa bost, gydag
Detectives are looking for one of two armed men who raided a post office in Rhosybol. A local man in his thirties was arrested at Paget Stores after police were called at around 5.15pm on Monday evening. The second offender fled the scene and remains at large. The raiders entered the post office with a weapon believed
A judge has delayed the case of four men charged after a teenager was shot dead outside a pub on the Llyn Peninsula. Peter Colwell was found with shotgun wounds in the car park of the Ship Inn in Llanbedrog, near Pwllheli, in February. Harry Butler (22) of Llaniestyn, Ben Fitzsimons (22) & Michael Fitzsimons
Detectives are investigating a late night attack on a man in Bangor last month. The victim suffered a serious hand injury in the disturbance at the junction from Garth Road to Dean Bangor at some point between midnight and 12.45am on Saturday 21st October. Sergeant James Tyler from Bangor police station said they were particularly
FRIDAY 3RD NOVEMBER Amlwch – Cae Madyn: community event with music by MAD. Gates open at 6pm, bonfire lit at 6.30pm with fireworks from 7.30pm. Refreshments available. £3 entry for adults, free entry for children. Strictly no alcohol or fireworks / sparklers allowed on the field. Bala – Gorwelion Centre: fireworks from 7pm. Food and refreshments
Gwynedd Council have condemned vandals who damaged a Llanberis beauty spot on Halloween. Benches, signs and a fence were targeted in the landing area of Parc Padarn on Tuesday night. The vandalism has been reported to police and council staff will now assess the damage caused. Barry Davies, a Gwynedd country parks officer said the
An inquest has been opened and adjourned into the death of a pilot at Caernarfon Airport. John Backhouse was killed when his light aircraft – a twin-engined Piper PA31 Navajo – crashed after hitting the runway at Dinas Dinlle in September. The 62 year-old from Antrobus in Cheshire was believed to be en-route from his private runway near
Anglesey councillors have rejected plans to build a major solar farm on the north of the island. Developers Countryside Renewables are seeking to build an 220-acre solar park – the biggest of its kind in Wales – on agricultural land at Rhosgoch near Amlwch. Anglesey Council officials recommended conditional approval, but the planning committee voted
Councillors have given the go-ahead for a new 80-bedroom hotel in Holyhead. The £4 million Premier Inn development, earmarked for the Port Cybi gateway on the outskirts of the town, was given planning permission on Wednesday afternoon. The plans, which include a new bar and restaurant, were recommended for approval by Anglesey Council’s planning committee,
A prestigious arts competition dedicated to the late Sir Kyffin Williams has been launched. Entries are now open for the Kyffin Williams Drawing Prize, held every three years to promote and reward excellence and talent in drawing practice across Wales. The prize was first awarded in 2009 as a tribute to one of Wales’ greatest
A new crackdown on thefts from cars has been launched in Bangor and Caernarfon. Operation Ceal is aimed at encouraging drivers to stay a step ahead of thieves by removing their valuables from parked vehicles. Police say some of the most targeted items include laptops, satellite navigation systems, designer clothes and loose cash left in
A council consultation will begin next week on plans to create new extra care housing in the south east of Anglesey. Councillors agreed on Monday to start a six-week engagement campaign with residents in the Seiriol ward to discuss proposals for extra care provision, including 39 self-contained flats on the current site of Ysgol Beaumaris. The primary school was
A house in Bangor believed to have been used as a drugs den has been closed off by police. Officers raided the property on the Maesgerichen estate last Friday in an ongoing high-profile crackdown on drug-related crime in Gwynedd and Anglesey. No arrests were and no drugs were seized in the search – but the
An investigation is continuing into how a fire started at a holiday home on the Llyn Peninsula. Emergency services were called out to an isolated and remote house in Mynytho near Llanbedrog at just after 6am on Tuesday morning. The fire was quickly brought under control but it took nearly nine hours to extinguish. The house, which
FOOTBALL Huws Gray Alliance Caersws 0-3 Holyhead Hotspur The Harbourmen have floundered since their strong start to the season but a visit to the Bluebirds – who have been lucky to avoid relegation in the past couple of seasons – would gift Campbell Harrison’s men a first win in four league outings. Hotspur dominated the first
JD Sports Welsh Premier League Bangor City 0-1 Cefn Druids Four defeats in their last five games have left City’s title bid in the lurch not so long after they were sitting at the top of the table. Inevitably, the pressure will build even more on manager Kevin Nicholson, whose call to a ‘back to
Four people are being questioned by detectives following a drugs raid near Benllech. A man and a woman from the area were arrested along with two Merseyside teenagers in the latest ‘Operation Rattle’ search on Thursday, as part of a high-profile crackdown across Anglesey and Gwynedd. Police said a significant amount of illegal class A and
Two people from Bethesda have been charged with a spate of handbag thefts in north Gwynedd over the past month. Michaela Williams (27) and Aaron Roberts (31) are accused of seventeen thefts from churches and cafes in the area and using the victims’ bank cards. Both Williams and Roberts were due to appear before Caernarfon
Nathaniel MG Cup quarter finals The New Saints 2-0 Caernarfon Town Cofis manager Iwan Williams insisted on Monday that their surprise Huws Gray Cup defeat to Porthmadog mattered little compared to their only priority this season – a Huws Gray Alliance title and promotion to the Welsh Premier. Even with the prospect of causing an upset
A Holyhead man has been arrested in the latest in a series of drugs raids across north west Wales. The man in his twenties is being questioned by detectives after class B controlled drugs were seized from an address in the Treseifion estate on Tuesday. It follows three arrests in raids in Bangor on Friday
A prolific Anglesey criminal who broke into a church has been jailed for six months. David Valencia admitted the burglary at Capel Libanus in Benllech and stealing a bottle of sherry from a nearby Spar shop over the weekend. Llandudno magistrates heard Valencia (68) stole food from the chapel and soiled the stairs before falling