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- 06/14/17--07:08: Flat rate and extras charges set for Welsh 30-hour pilots
- 06/14/17--14:15: Seven jobs in North Wales you could apply for today
- 06/16/17--10:59: Police clamp down on Holyhead's street drinkers
- 06/15/17--01:10: Tourism concern over housing for Wylfa Newydd workers
- 06/15/17--23:38: In pictures: What being a doctor in Wales means to me
- 06/16/17--06:14: Probe launched into Anglesey police car crash
- 06/18/17--21:40: Rare turtle which washed up on Anglesey to fly to Gran Canaria today
- 06/21/17--09:59: Armed nuclear power station cop 'fiddled energy bills invoices'
- 06/23/17--04:21: Anglesey road rage mum gets 20 months in jail
- 06/23/17--04:21: MBE awarded to Anglesey WI stalwart
Nurseries and childminders in Wales piloting the 30 hours will be able to charge parents up to A 7.50 a day for meals and snacks and will receive a flat rate of A 4.50 an hour. Three- and four-year-olds in seven areas in Wales will be able to access 30 hours of free childcare More details of how the seven pilot areas will work from September have been set out by the Welsh Government, revealing operational differences with the 30-hour pilots currently taking place in England.
These seven jobs are on offer today in North Wales - ranging from an environment officer working around Ynys Enlli to a head chef on Anglesey. RSPB have an opportunity for people to be part of their passionate and dedicated team in North Wales on a permanent full time basis, working to grow financial and moral support through membership recruitment.
Following complaints about people drinking alcohol in the St Cybi Church yard and Bryn Dairy Lane areas of the town, officers have adopted a more pro-active and formal approach to tackle the problem. Sgt Tracey Llewellyn of the Anglesey safer neighbourhood team, said: "Following some concerns about people gathering and drinking in the St Cybi's churchyard and Bryn Dairy Lane areas, we initially sought to combat the issue with words of advice and warnings without the need for more formal action."
Tourism on Anglesey could be hit if thousands of nuclear power station construction workers are housed locally, an industry boss has warned. Up to 8,000 workers will build it, with 4,000 housed in a campus and the rest taking up 3% of local provision, developer Horizon Nuclear Power said.
BMA Cymru said it wanted to stimulate debate, discussion and "ultimately understanding" about what the job is like in 2017. "What being a doctor means to me" was the theme and it inspired GPs and hospital registrars to look beyond the confines of their surgeries and wards.
The squad car overturned while responding to a 999 call and both officers hurt in the accident have now been discharged from hospital North Wales Police are investigating what happened to cause a police car, responding to a 999 call on the island, to crash and overturn.
A rare and endangered turtle which washed up on the banks of the Menai Strait will fly closer to home today as part of her recovery. Menai, as she has been called, is an Olive Ridley turtle and was found metres away from the Anglesey Sea Zoo at Brynsiencyn in November 2016.
Olive Ridley turtle Menai washed up on the Menai Strait and has now been transferred from Anglesey Sea Zoo to Las Palmas A rare sea turtle found close to death after being stranded on the Menai Strait has been "sunbathing" at her new home in Gran Canaria. On Monday the endangered reptile was flown 2,500 miles to recover at the Centro de Recuperacin de Fauna Silvestre de Tafira after which she will be released back to the wild.
An armed policeman stationed at a nuclear power station fraudulently claimed more than 1,100 in expenses for accommodation and energy bills, a court has heard. Daniel William Fazakerley was a constable with the Civil Nuclear Constabularly , the group that provides armed protection for nuclear sites.
A MUM who chased a fellow driver and crashed her Audi after loose chippings were thrown up at it, has been jailed for 20 months. Alison Gray, aged 36, of Tyn Berllan Estate, Bryngwran, Anglesey, was also banned for three years and must retake her driving test.
"A WONDERFUL surprise!" is how 75-year-old Clara Audrey Jones described the news that she had been honoured by the Queen. Mrs Jones of Plas Gwyn, Llangefni, has been awarded an MBE in the Queen's birthday honour's list for services to the Women's Institute and her community.