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A police boss has hit out an "injustice" which he fears could see the North Wales force paying more than £430,000 into a training fund and getting nothing in return.
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PEOPLE from Wales are being encouraged by an award-winning Welsh care provider to spread some festive cheer among any elderly and vulnerable neighbours and relatives they might have this Christmas (December, 2016).
Money-spinning festival ideas including GPS key-rings, chiller hats to cool drinks and glitter packs are helping North Wales teenagers to kick start their business careers.
STAFF at a Welsh care agency are celebrating after picking up the award for Most Outstanding Care Agency in the UK Over 50s Housing Awards recently (November, 2016).
Learners at an Abergele school have helped raise hundreds of pounds for charity by donning pink outfits.
A youngster with a rare brain tumour had a starring role at an awards ceremony where health staff were hailed for their "inspirational" work.
PEOPLE from Colwyn Bay are being asked to donate shoeboxes full of items for elderly and vulnerable people being supported by a care provider in the area this and next month (November and December, 2016).
A LEADING Welsh care provider is on a mission to change the image of the care industry and says it shouldn’t be viewed as a deskilled industry with poor working practices (November, 2016).
A teenager, who moved to North Wales from Romania just three years ago with her parents, has been handed an award by Britain’s top hurdler.
A housing association and construction firm have joined forces to come to the rescue of a much-loved community library building.
Dishes from a host of Continental cuisines were on offer at a North Wales school to mark links with Europe.
A police boss is appealing to people across North Wales to vote for crime-fighting projects in their communities - using money confiscated from villains.
A police boss is appealing for the public's help in drawing up a new blueprint for the policing of North Wales.
A police boss is aiming to break a vicious circle of crime that sees 65 per cent of boys whose fathers are in prison going on to offend themselves.
A TEAM of carers in Colwyn Bay are undertaking specialist training this year (2016) to enable them to look after the growing number of people with dementia in their care
A police boss has promised to put the welfare of victims at the heart of his action plan to tackle crime and disorder.
Victims of sexual assaults in North Wales are being urged to come forward to seek help - no matter how many years ago the attacks happened.
COLWYN BAY folk looking for employment as a live-in care worker are this month (October, 2016) being invited to contact a care provider in the area.