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Conwy

Welsh Mountain Zoo receives £250,000 loan to safeguard animals and jobs

Anglesey

Anglesey community group receives £60,000 lottery funding to aid coronavirus response

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Man arrested after three-year-old seriously injured following collision in Llangefni

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North Wales’ health board still languishing in special measures five years on – how did it happen and what does the future hold?

Conwy

Old Colwyn housing plans to be reconsidered in light of changes to planning policy

Conwy

Former nightclub site in Abergele could be turned into housing development

Gwynedd

Gwynedd community launches scheme to give free Sunday lunches to vulnerable residents

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Councillors call on MPs to back campaign to ‘let our carers keep every penny’ of £500 payment

Conwy

West Conwy drugs seizure “will disrupt the supply of controlled drugs in the area”

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‘Remarkable’ good weather helping coronavirus fight says First Minister – but fears second wave could hit in autumn

Wrexham

Free parking in Wrexham looks set to be extended until end of September

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First Minister explains reasons behind spike in North Wales coronavirus cases amid public concern

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Welsh local authorities facing large cash shortfalls as residents struggle to pay council tax during coronavirus

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Police arrest and bail man following “independent operational sting” streamed live on Facebook

Denbighshire

Labour councillor in Denbighshire defects to Plaid Cymru after accusing former party of failing people

Wrexham

Wrexham Council staff begin tracking and tracing coronavirus cases

Gwynedd

Council leader says racism is a problem in North Wales as well as US ahead of Black Lives Matter protest

Gwynedd

Gwynedd MP calls for ban on riot control exports to USA amid fears they could be used on peaceful protesters

Wrexham

Positive announcement could be made on plans to transform Wrexham gateway after council leaders calls for funds to be unlocked

Gwynedd

New poll shows growing support for Welsh independence

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First Minister says North Wales MS should “think twice” about language used over Black Lives Matter protest