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A COUNCIL has defended a refusal for a take-away pizza van to operate from a spot less than a quarter of a mile away from a previously approved site.
A 46-year-old man is to appear before Crown Court for sentence after admitting making Category A photographs of a child at an undisclosed location in St Davids...
A HOUSING expert has issued advice on dealing with black mould.
ANPR and CCTV technology is being explored as an option for clamping down on problem parking outside Flintshire schools. The issue is being put under the...
When a motorist saw a yellow Peugeot mounting the pavements in Johnston, zigzag across the road and narrowly avoid colliding with a van that was travelling up...
COUNCILLORS and staff in Gwynedd said they did not feel safe during a fractious debate on sex education.
THOSE involved in the Welsh fishing industry will be able to net a cash boost to support their business from a £400,000 fund.
The Coach House at Llanrhaeadr Hall could soon be transformed into holiday accommodation and a spa.
BRIDGEND Council have heard the results of a report on four of the borough’s primary schools.