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Rise in conveyancing at Edward Hughes Solicitors as house prices soar in Wales

SOLICITORS have experienced an increase in conveyancing clients as the average Welsh house price rose above £200,000 for the first time. It came as the UK and Welsh Governments announced an extension to the stamp duty ‘holiday’ – known as Land Transaction Tax in Wales – until June 30 and plans for a new 5%…

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NHS points public to online symptom checker after record hits for Wales website

North Wales residents can quickly check symptoms for variety of conditions at NHS 111 Wales online. ONLINE symptom checkers can save North Wales patients time by helping them find the right service for treatment. Symptoms can be quickly checked for a variety of conditions and advice given on the best way to treat them by…

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Animal instincts help young students on new vet degree cope with Covid lockdown

STUDENTS are succeeding at a revolutionary new veterinary complex despite the Coronavirus lockdown. Former Coleg Cambria Llysfasi learners Jennifer Bamber and Megan Roberts are among the first ever cohort on the Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery degree at Harper and Keele Veterinary School, a ground-breaking partnership launched last year by Harper Adams and Keele…

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Brave Ron battles back from surgery to join radio station after being inspired by TV legend

A BUDDING reporter inspired by a popular broadcaster battled back from critical illness and surgery to realise his radio dreams. Former Coleg Cambria student Ron Squire is now a presenter with Towyn-based Sound Radio Wales, following a torrid 12 months. As well as living with the Coronavirus pandemic, the 25 year-old was rushed to hospital…

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Ethikos CEO returns to scene of teenage apprenticeship to help revamp landmark

A LEADING businessman has returned to the place he was a teenage apprentice to help a team of volunteers bring a North Wales landmark back to life. Scott Davis, CEO of The Ethikos Group, is supporting the ‘Guardians’ working to preserve the Grade II-listed John Summers Clock Tower site in Deeside. The building opened in 1907…

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Arwyn’s Garage continues to grow after coming to rescue of frontline workers

AN AWARD-WINNING garage which came to the rescue of frontline workers during the Coronavirus pandemic has experienced a surge in growth and customers. Arwyn Hughes launched Arwyn’s Garage (Garej Arwyn) in 2004 on the site of his Dad Gwyndaf’s former haulage business. It was just Arwyn, working out of a unit on Penygroes Industrial Estate…

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ITV broadcaster Carole Green to host virtual event with Growth Deal team this week

THE team behind the £1bn North Wales Growth Deal will come under the spotlight at a special virtual event this week. To mark Wales Week London, ITV broadcaster Carole Green is to join Cllr Dyfrig Siencyn, chair of North Wales Economic Ambition Board, and Portfolio Director Alwen Williams to discuss the Deal’s prospective impact on…

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YouGov study reveals majority of North Walians will access NHS differently in future

MORE than half of people in North Wales will access NHS services differently in future because of the COVID-19 pandemic. A study by YouGov has revealed 40% of people in the region will carry on in the same way they did before Coronavirus, while the majority of those questioned plan to support new NHS systems…

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Coleg Cambria students receive latte praise for equality coffee shop concept

STUDENTS stirred up a latte interest in their brilliant business idea during a national Hack of Kindness. Coleg Cambria learners Riccardo Dotolo, Sophie Weaver and Ben White, from Wrexham, were commended by judges for their cafe concept promoting equality and diversity. The trio, all former students at St Joseph’s High School, designed plans for a…

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Coleg Cambria’s Ellie will fight for young people’s rights on Welsh advisory panel

A COLEG CAMBRIA student is fighting for the rights of young people in Wales. Ellie Kidd was selected by Children’s Commissioner for Wales Sally Holland to join her Young People’s Advisory Panel. Established five years ago, the panel is made up of children and young people aged 11 to 18 who meet regularly, though currently…

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