North Wales traffic officers had a record breaking day today after a bumper-to-bumper traffic jam on the A55 left nearly 100 motorists at the mercy of the controversial ‘lane hogging’ law.
Breaking news from Wales
The small village of Hawarden in Flintshire will soon cut all ties and associations with ex-footballer turned co-commentator Michael Owen, in a desperate bid to rebuild its reputation.
Nearly a month after being discovered by Yvette Fielding and the Most Haunted team, “Harry”, a trapped entity whose soul is destined to linger in Tivoli Nightclub until the end of time, is attempting to remind people that he’s “still fucking trapped there”.
A Llandudno man is really looking forward to meeting his English friends to ‘socialise’ later, just within the city walls of Chester, right at the stroke of midnight.
Visitors to The Welsh Mountain Zoo in Colwyn Bay have been given Hollywood-style treatment this week, as zookeepers have openly tended to animals in the style of ‘Owen Grady’, the velociraptor trainer from the huge summer blockbuster Jurassic World.
A bus driver from Bridgend has found himself jobless today after a tribunal hearing found him guilty of not bothering to return a wave from a fellow bus driver coming in the opposite direction.
A Welshman accused of ruining several family walks and corporate bonding exercises after stripping naked on the top of Mount Snowdon on Sunday has hit back at criticisms today, saying he “regrets nothing”, and would “totally do it again”.
Parking like an absolute bell-end is ‘far worse’ than being stuck in a car with someone smoking a fag, Welsh motorists have agreed today.
The nation of France is on ‘red alert’ this week following Friday’s shock Euro 2016 qualifying result that saw Wales edge even closer to the European Championships next year.
A surprise “mini referendum” within Wales could be held ‘within months’, and could see every county south of Dyfed break free from all associations with their northern counterparts, according to media sources in Cardiff.