FIRE: Two fire appliances have been called to Ysgol Carmel near Caernarfon after reports of a fire in the kitchen. A North Wales Fire Service spokeswoman said a fryer is believed to be on fire. Further details as we get them
Gas and electricity charges are going up for one million customers of energy provider Swalec in Wales today.
The price increase, which averages 9%, was announced by its parent company Southern and Scottish Energy (SSE) in the summer.
FIRE: update: Fire fighters found the fire at Ysgol Carmel near Caernarfon to be out on arrival. The children were evacuated while fire crews checked the building.
Fire was in a fryer at Ysgol Carmel and two crews from Caernarfon were called at 11.08am. Waiting for more datails.
April's Fund, set up to help missing April Jones' family, now has £21,500 in it, according to Machynlleth Town Council
SPORT: Controversial forward Craig Kopczak has been cleared to play for Wales in Saturday’s international against France in Lens. The 25-year-old’s future at club level is uncertain after he quit Bradford on the eve of their final game of the Stobart Super League season and Wales feared the current impasse would threaten his chances of representing his country. But Rugby Football League director Blake Solly confirmed that Kopczak will be free to play for Wales.
SPORT: Wales defender Adam Matthews could be in line for a return to action in tomorrow’s World Cup qualifier against Croatia. The Celtic full back missed Friday’s 2-1 Group A victory over Scotland in Cardiff due to an ankle problem, but is travelling with the Dragons to Osijek today and his condition will be assessed ahead of kick-off by manager Chris Coleman.
Environment Agency Wales is urging people to be on their guard as high tides, combined with strong winds, could cause localised flooding along parts of the Welsh coast tomorrow and into Wednesday (16+17/10/2012).
Fire crews have been called to a caravan ablaze in Towyn near Abergele and to a property in Ruthin. More details latetr.
POLITICS: The Prime Minister and Scotland’s First Minister today sealed a deal to grant the government in Edinburgh the power to hold a referendum on independence. David Cameron and Alex Salmond signed the agreement during a meeting at the Scottish Government headquarters at St Andrews House.
SPORT ON TV: Fancy watching the football on TV tomorrow tonight? World Cup qualifying, Poland v England - ITV1 7.30pm, Croatia v Wales - Sky Sports 2 6.45pm, Belgium v Scotland - ESPN 7.15pm and BBC1 Scotland 7.30pm, Portugal v Northern Ireland - Sky Sports 1 8.30pm. Good luck Wales!
DAILY POST: Llanfairfechan Town Twinning Association battles for funding to pay for a visit by friends from their twin town of Pleumeleuc in Brittany to North Wales next year. See tomorrow's Daily Post
GWYNEDD PLANNING: The application to turn Ty Glyder in Bangor into a 30+ bed hotel has been approved by Gwynedd Council's planning committee today.
Two cars in a crash on A 525 at Llanrhaedr, Denbighshire. Casualty from one car airlifted to hospital. Traffic disruption.
A525 CRASH: Parents of children on the Ysgol Brynhyfryd double decker school bus told that their children will be late home due to traffic delays. Nobody on the bus is injured.
A man in his 40s today suffered serious stomach injuries after an accident at a landfill site. Paramedics were called to the scene in Llanddulas at 1.55pm this afternoon.
A Wales Ambulance Service spokesman said the unnamed casualty was taken to Ysbyty Glan Clwyd in Bodelwyddan with "multiple injuries to his abdomen and lower limbs".
Denbighshire's Highways department says the A525 between Brookhouse on the outskirts of Denbigh and Llanrhaeadr is expected to be closed for the next few hours.
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