The residents of Anglesey have been thrown head first into the information superhighway this week, after ‘Teletext’ became available to all those lucky enough to own a colour television set.
Anger was sparked within the community of Wrexham this week after a well known gym offered a vacant managerial role to Liverpudlian muscle enthusiast ‘Purple Aki’.
A guy you went to school with many years ago is still wearing a pair of Adidas popper pants, battered Lonsdale trainers and a Kappa rain jacket, it has emerged.
The ancient ‘Golden Cape’ artefact, unearthed in Mold by labourers in 1833, was actually a cheap replica sold on the town’s historic market nearly three centuries ago, experts have revealed.
Fifty Mold Alun students believed to have been missing since mid June, have been found still locked in the school’s gymnasium reports have confirmed.
Wrexham’s Maelor Hospital have confirmed controversial plans to open a brand new ‘Wetherspoons Express’ within their accident and emergency department, which they say will be pouring pints to patients by the end of September at the latest.
North Wales Police have dedicated extra patrol cars to Gwernymynydd this weekend after the Flintshire village experienced its third crime report since January, officially declaring it a ‘wave’.
The residents of Mold are demanding answers from historians this week as to why their hometown is named after a type of fungus that grows underneath windowsills.
Motorists commuting between North Wales and Chester are said to be furious this week after further delays to the roadworks being carried out on the Posthouse Roundabout were announced, with the excuses becoming decidedly more creative.
New high definition images of Pluto’s previously hidden surface have revealed a distinct and uncanny resemblance to Buckley town centre on a Saturday afternoon, NASA experts have said.