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Articles from Daily Post (Conwy, Wales) (August 12, 2015)

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3,700 with no water in burst main. 126
350 apply for work at PS7m dementia centre. 572
Accused over party death. 106
Anti-poverty minister praises enterprise. 139
Arts and culture can be a catalyst for economic regeneration in Wales. 663
beauty buzz. 202
Bethan Gwanas; Ffawd yn gwneud i mi fethu Profiad Meifod am yr ail dro. 741
Big Sam is backing region for the North; Skipper impressed by Bay trip. 613
Boss is still unsure how long Baines will be out for. 203
Buy a bike and throw away Highway Code; LETTERS. 139
Care firm is set to create 50 jobs in Mid Wales expansion. 299
Celebration by first Moneypenny graduates; IN BRIEF. 148
China's currency wobbles sees world stocks fall. 484
chip shop Inferno CHIP SHOP inferno; Town centre closed and businesses evacuated as flames rip through cafe. 806
closet confidential. 242
Clothes firm expands in enterprise zone switch; New jobs hope with island move. 396
Cofio ac edrych yn ol heb unrhyw dristwch; Angharad Tomos. 957
Complaints see manned tills return to supermarket. 367
Corbyn wouldn't take us back to dark ages; LETTERS. 209
CORNES -. 191
Coutinho genius capped a gritty display from Reds. 375
CROSS TO BEAR; Family want medal handed to 1-year-old returned to relatives of German POW. 590
Day out at the seaside 'becoming less popular'. 326
Deaths. 541
Disgrace that 999 target times axed; LETTERS. 254
Dragons storm back to net first win of season; Wrexham made to work by Gulls but are deserving of the three points. 637
dressed in the dark. 151
Eisteddfod fydd yn aros yn hir yn y cof. 650
Eisteddfod to remember its greatest son in centenary of his death; CONCERT FOR MAN WHO WROTE ODE IN TRENCH. 597
EWE RESCUE DRAMA CAUGHT ON CAMERA. 185
Ex-offenders now helping recycling firm. 311
Ex-Royal Marine 'should have been sectioned'. 242
Exports drag down manufacturing [...]; IN BRIEF. 125
Fans can still make all the right noises; But the best match atmospheres are to be found on the continent. 702
Farmers warn of more protests in milk price crisis. 515
Fiorentina eye Fabio as striker admits defeat; Borini concedes Anfield career is finally over. 426
Food prices start to rise again. 306
Fury after Anglesey left off Sky graphic. 110
Gareth Hall Memorial Rally promises close competition. 167
Gomez looks top player. 185
Graduate gets job after [...]; IN BRIEF. 177
Guest writer; OPINION. 450
Horses may safely graze... but it shouldn't be allowed. 376
Hunt goes on for lost fishermen. 199
I wasn't going to vote for Jeremy Corbyn ...until I heard him talking. 451
I'M TRAPPED ON HOSPITAL WARD; Dad fit to go home after bike crash... but he's stuck 65 miles away as Betsi can't give him a drip for 20 minutes a day. 587
If De Gea wants to go, let him says Dane. 270
It all points to Provenance. 262
IT'S MAC TO THE FUTURE; PS2m to transform six N.Wales fast food sites. 588
Lanes are the streets of plenty. 138
Leaders who get them flocking to North Wales; THE search is on for the people shaping the future of North Wales in the Daily Post Leaders Awards, developed with our friends at Bangor University. This week, we focus on the ten tourism leaders nominated across the region who are helping our economy grow. A panel of judges will now look at all the categories in the Leaders Awards and the winners will be revealed at a special event next month. 749
Let's fight fair over food product labels; Farmers demand clear labels as Morrisons offers new milk premium. 455
Llyfr hynod yn ganllaw da i feini Gwyr a thu hwnt; BARN. 619
Lovell is helping profits rise. Financial report 178
Make it a chilled summer; With the promise of a few more hot days this month, KATIE WRIGHT reveals her pick of products to keep you cool when temperatures rise. 612
Man who murdered my daughter is truly evil says dad; Victim Karen hit with spanner and left in barrel of chemicals. 538
Man, 21, arrested after raid at bookies. 155
Mario uses game to be celebrity - Di Canio. 176
Mum and three kids missing from home. 152
My horror at seeing parents carry their dead baby around; NEW CAMPAIGN TO HELP WAR VETERANS EX-SOLDIERS TELL HOW TRAUMAS OF BATTLE LEFT THEIR LIVES IN TATTERS. 944
Nieroda & Ellis swap seats. 236
NO BIG NAMES JUST FOR BUZZ; Blues boss Martinez refuses to panic buy in transfer window. 237
Notorious part of M56 to become a 'smart motorway' PLAN TO IMPROVE MANCHESTER AIRPORT LINKS. 441
ON THE GRAPEVINE. 155
Pensioner tied up in bed by burglar; POLICE LISTEN IN ON 88-YR-OLD'S ORDEAL AFTER SHE DIALS 999. 493
Poignant debut for baker mum. 109
Positive student feedback places Bangor University top in Wales; ADVERTISING FEATURE The university has come out on top in Wales in the National Student Survey, which measures student satisfaction. 663
Pre-season a wake-up call for us - Kompany. 257
Pryce offers ride of life to backers; Machynlleth driver needs fund for title push. 341
Recycled into farming miniature landscapes; SHOW ROUND-UP. 121
Sharon tapped into rise in men's beauty; Sharon Hughes, owner of Gozo Men's and Ladies' Salon, Wrexham. 846
Shop staff thought my colostomy bag was stolen trousers; NEXT SAYS SORRY AFTER DAD'S 'PUBLIC SHAMING'. 363
Show unveils ambitious plans for indoor sports pavilion. 235
SLAM DRUNK; Banned: the boozy driver who crashed into a wall then drove five miles home in a car like this... 369
SMASH AND CAB; Hunt on for trucker suspected of hit-and-run rampage. 429
Staff lose jobs amid care home uncertainty. 191
Students satisfied with Uni. 190
SWAG UNDER THE HAMMER; Diamonds, antique snuffbox and quadbike... some of the lost, stolen and seized property up for sale. 298
Taith ar lannau afon Clywedog; Gan BETHAN WYN JONES. 784
Target and punish the bad dog owners; LETTERS. 205
Teen locked up after fracturing man's eye socket with punch. 267
Toffees fans must show patience in transfer window; Barry trusts Blues'have something exciting up their sleeves'. 429
TV CHOICE. 313
Virgin Media say customers snapping up fast broadband. 223
Wales' most popular static holiday home sites; IN BRIEF. 118
Y traddodiad mewn dwylo da yn ol y dystiolaeth yma. 576

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