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Editor's Choice news selected by the Wales Express executive editor Linda Roberts.

North Wales police boss pledges support for Welsh speaking officers

A police boss has pledged to work tirelessly to ensure the Welsh language is given equal status in the North Wales force. North Wales Police...

Strictly star John Sergeant will mean business for journalist charity in North Wales

Veteran journalist and broadcaster John Sergeant whose popularity rose to new heights after appearing on Strictly Come Dancing is heading for North Wales. He will...

TV’s versatile Chaser Paul Sinha heads back to Theatr Colwyn to stage latest comedy show 

Quiz king Paul Sinha, star of ITV’s The Chase, is looking forward to getting close up to the audience at his latest North Wales gig. The...

Mum and daughter skydive for their favourite charity

A mum and daughter duo have jumped out of a plane at more than 10,000 feet to raise much needed funds for the charity they love. Hannah...

Game-changer for £3 billion-a-year social care sector in Wales

The Welsh Government decision to include social care as one of five key priority areas for their new economic strategy has been hailed as...

New Welsh councils urged to ditch double standards over expenses and care fees

The cost of overnight expenses and meal allowances claimed by councillors can be twice what local authorities pay in care home fees for vulnerable...

Launch of LBGT+ Chaplaincy in the Diocese of Bangor

The Diocese of Bangor has announced the first meeting and worship of a new Chaplaincy in the Diocese.  At 6pm on Monday, May 22, at...

‘Mr Bulkeley o’r Brynddu’ tours Wales

Pirates, cock-fighting, drunken judges; life in eighteenth century Wales was riotous and adventurous, and had its highlights and challenges: all reflected in ‘Mr Bulkeley...

Shopping centre is the perfect training ground for guide dogs

  The hustle and bustle of a shopping centre is proving the perfect training ground for a new generation of guide dogs. According to Guide Dogs...

New chapter for brain tumour man after 24 years of treatment

An Anglesey man who survived a brain tumour as a newborn baby has undergone his 16th and final operation. Richard Hughes, 24, from Newborough, says...

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