News and Appeals
North Wales Police have today (November 11) marked Armistice Day with a two-minutes silence to pay their respects to those who lost their lives at war.
Children from the Penrhyndeudraeth area took time out of their half-term holiday to help tidy up their park.
Voting lines are open for people across North Wales to choose which local community group they want to support - using cash seized from criminals.
Over 30 firearms have been handed over to police so far during the Force Gun Surrender.
Basic lifesaving skills and fire awareness sessions were among the activities undertaken in Bala under the Operation Bang banner.
Guide dog owners whose dogs have been attacked will get support that is tailored to their needs thanks to new guidelines agreed between Guide Dogs and the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO).
Police are warning car owners to remain vigilant after several cars were broken into in the Upper Bangor area of the city.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a serious road traffic collision on the A497 at Pentrefelin, Criccieth.
As people pack away their garden furniture and equipment for another year, officers in Conwy and Denbigh rural are urging residents to ensure they secure their sheds.
Bethesda Police Station is relocating today, November 7th, to new shared premises in the centre of the town.