This is so sad - hearing that baby Charlie Timbrell injured in the Prestatyn fatal fire and his dad Liam are both very poorly.
Special prayers were said for the family of missing April Jones at a service in Machynlleth this morning. The congregation also prayed for those hit by tragedy in Mold, Cardiff and Prestatyn.
SPORT: Everton v QPR 1-1 at half time - full report on our website later
Our sports team are working on a report on the Cambrian Rally for tomorrow's paper. We will also bring you full reports and analysis on LFC and MUFCs performance yesterday.
ROAD ACCIDENT UPDATE: An 86-year-old man was taken to hospital by ambulance after his car collided with a telegraph pole on the A4212 at Cwm Prysor, near Trawsfynydd. His injuries are not believed to be life-threatening. Two fire crews from Bala and Blaenau Ffestiniog attended.
Some good news (sort of) from the weather team at Press Association: Britain’s usual Indian Summer is expected to arrive tomorrow with temperatures climbing to a maximum of 20C (68F) in London...But it will only last a day as northern winds bring a chill to the United Kingdom which has so far seen mild autumn temperatures.
The sunshine and warmth will give way to more unsettled weather with temperatures dropping by a few degrees every day to 8/9C (46.4F) on Friday.
Temperatures are set to plunge by as much as 10 degrees in less than a week, meteorologists said.
SPORT: Still 1-1 in the Everton v QPR match.
BLAZE: A fire in a derelict building near Rhuddlan was started deliberately, said a North Wales Fire Service spokeswoman. She said that the fire had been started in two separate places when they were called at 2.15pm. Two crews attended tackled the blaze in the building which was near the A547 not far from Sainsburys supermarket between Rhyl and Rhuddlan.
Canon Brian Harding, of Christ Church in Prestatyn, says he's been supporting people traumatised by the fatal fire who've been coming in to the church all day. Candles have been lit to remember Lee-Ann, Bailey and Skye.
SPORT: Everton draw at QPR 1-1 at full time. Steven Pienaar was sent off after two yellow cards.
SPORT: Junior Hoilett scored for QPR. The equaliser was an own-goar by Julio Cesar.
HOUSE FIRE: Fire crews attending house fire in Wrexham.
FIRE: FOURTH person dies after Prestatyn fire. Charlie Timbrell was 15 months old and being treated in Alder Hey children's hospital.
HOUSE FIRE UPDATE: Fire crews from Denbigh and St Asaph have attended a house fire in Cysgod-y-Graig, Denbigh. The fire was caused by a fault in a tumble drier. A North Wales Fire Service spokeswoman said the machine was completely destroyed and the kitchen damaged by smoke. One casualty was taken to hospital suffering from smoke inhalation.
This is tragic. Can't imagine what the families of those involved in the Prestatyn house fire are going through.
Police confirmed that Charlie Timbrell – the 15 month old baby boy rescued from a fire at his home in Prestatyn on Friday evening – has passed away this afternoon at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital surrounded by his family.
A family statement said: “The family of Lee-Anna Shiers, Skye Allen , Bailey Allen and Charlie Timbrell wish to thank the community of Prestatyn for all their flowers, cards and messages of condolences. A special thanks from all the family goes to those individuals who made every effort on this tragic night to help and assist with the rescue of Lee-Anna, Liam, Charlie, Skye and Bailey and those who offered their support to the fire service and police. Thanks also go to all the hospital staff who have assisted in the care and treatment of those concerned in this heartbreaking incident.”
Meanwhile, Charlie's father Liam is still being treated in hospital.
Reporter Hywel Trewyn is doing a last round of calls. Presses roll on the Daily Post Monday edition in one hour (9pm)
All quiet at the moment on calls in North Wales.
Thanks for joining us today everyone. We're closing the liveblog now and will be back in the morning from soon after 6.30am when David Powell will be your early reporter.
MORNING everyone. Light drizzle. Let's see what today brings.
A runner has died taking part in a half marathon.
The competitor, who has not yet been named, was running in yesterday’s Bupa Great Birmingham Run.
Thousands of runners took part in the 13.1 mile event through the city’s streets.
POLITICS: Looking through the national news, I see that Prime Minister David Cameron will today announce a 'rehabilitation revolution' under which virtually all prisoners will receive help turning their lives around and breaking the cycle of reoffending.
SAVILE: A Panorama documentary will tonight plunge the BBC into fresh controversy by claiming the corporation pulled an investigation into the Jimmy Savile sex abuse scandal after coming under pressure from senior managers. BBC1, 10.35pm
FOOTBALL: Everton manager David Moyes has condemned the 'rubbish' decision to send off the Toffees' Steven Pienaar in yesterday's 1-1 draw with Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road - ruling the midfielder out of next Sunday's Merseyside derby with Liverpool at Goodison Park.
LONDON FIRE INQUESTS:An inquest will be held today into a house fire that claimed the lives of five children and their mother.
Muna Elmufatish, 41, daughters Hanin Kua, 14, Basma, 13, Amal, nine, and brothers Mustafa, five, and Yehya, two, died after their London home was engulfed in flames in September last year.
Investigators said the family’s chest freezer, which was stored in the hallway at the bottom of the stairs, was most likely to have started the early morning blaze.
CONCERT: We've a report in today's Daily Post about a change of North Wales venue for the sparkling festive gala formerly known as the Thousands of Christmas Voices concert and previously held in Llangollen.
CARDIFF: Man due in court charged with murder following Cardiff collisions.
PRESTATYN FIRE: We're trying to get an update on Liam Timbrell's condition in hospital after the appalling blaze in Prestatyn.
RENOVATIONS: One of our maintenance guys has just walked past my desk with a tray of yellow paint. Sprucing up our office in Llandudno Junction has started early this morning!
ACCIDENT: A 16-YEAR-old boy fell off a bridge onto rocks at a disused railway track yesterday afternoon.
An RAF Valley helicopter was scrambled at 3.30pm to take him from the scene in Maenofferen, Blaenau Ffestiniog to Ysbyty Gwynedd in Bangor with multiple injuries.
His condition is unknown.
HEALTH: Multivitamin preparations could reduce cancer risk.
A recent US study shows eight per cent fewer cases of cancer when taking a combination of vitamins and minerals.
CARS DAMAGED: Police are appealing for information after 53 cars were damaged in Queensferry, Flintshire last night.
Police were called at 7.52pm by a member of the public who saw several youths smashing windows of cars parked at Wilson’s Car Auction on Station Road Queensferry.
One transit van was also set alight.
The three male youths, two wearing dark tops and another wearing a light top, ran off towards the river bank.
Crime scene investigators are at the car auction this morning.
Sgt Chris Griffiths said: "We need the public to help us locate these individuals who have caused widespread and costly damage."
Anyone with information should call North Wales Police on 101.
COURT: YouTube biker Michael McIver from Wirral sentenced to 200 hours unpaid work and 15 month driving ban and costs of £85. The defendant, 25, of Mill Hill Road, Irby, pleaded guilty at Prestatyn Magistrates Court this morning to dangerous driving. He was clocked doing speeds of up to 120mph in North Wales. Footage from a camera mounted on the front of his Suzuki motorbike was broadcast on YouTube.
COW RESCUE: A COW has fallen off a cliff onto a remote beach - sparking a major rescue attempt as the tide comes in.
The drama happened at Porth Dafarch near Trearddur Bay.
HM Coastguards were alerted at 12.06pm and Holyhead and Cemaes Bay coastguard rescue teams are also at the scene.
A HM Coastguard spokeswoman said the animal may have been grazing when it got too close to the edge and fell down a very steep grassy slope onto the inaccessible beach.
Concerns are growing for its health and wellbeing as the tide comes in.
SPEEDBOAT: Five people were towed ashore after their speedboat broke down. It happened a quarter of a mile off Abersoch at 1.05pm. Pwllheli all weather life boat crew went to their aid.
Signing off at the end of my shift now - 6.30am seems like a long time ago! Thank you very much for taking the time to look at this blog. We do appreciate it. Dave Powell