North West Wales News

February 09, 2018

Woman critical after vehicle hits campers in tents in Caernarfon

Two men have been arrested after four people were injured by a car driven into tents.

Cut in antibiotic prescriptions sees fall in superbug cases

One health board says a cut in antibiotics prescribed has led to a fall in cases of C. difficile

YHA Snowdon Bryn Gwynant plans £2m renovation

The mountaineer is patron of a fundraising campaign for the lake-side Victorian building.

Gwynedd's slate world heritage plans put to the public

A council publishes a plan outlining how Unesco World Heritage status could improve the area.

Ysgol Uwchradd Bodedern teachers vote no confidence in head

Teaching staff at the secondary school send letters to governors and council officials.

Five rescued off Benllech as kayaks are blown out to sea

The four children and an adult were not hurt but needed blankets to warm up after the incident.

Cymru North: Bangor City FC appeal successful

Bangor City will play in the Cymru North this season after a successful appeal against alleged breaches of Football Association of Wales rules.

Susan Tate fined for illegally having stuffed animals

Susan Tate had a stuffed wildcat and a stuffed red squirrel at her home.

Gun amnesty: Second Boer War era rifle surrendered in Wales

At least 120 weapons and ammunition rounds are handed into police during an amnesty.


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