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The main A55 route through north Wales has been closed westbound overnight after a lorry overturned near St Asaph - spilling a load of potatoes across the dual carriageway.
A £6.7m improvement is made to an IT system which will instantly share patient information between care agencies.
Ten suspected illegal immigrants are discovered hiding in the boots of brand-new imported Maserati sports cars.
The number of Welsh beaches awarded the international blue flag status for high water quality rises.
The agency that investigates serious environmental crime needs to deal more rigorously with offenders, a review finds.
Photographs of a further 11 potential witnesses to the 1989 Hillsborough disaster are released by the police team investigating the tragedy.
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall are due to attend a series of events in Northern Ireland later, after spending two days in the Republic of Ireland.
Community groups could be given powers to take over and run local landmarks and facilities which are underused or likely to be sold off.
New programmes and social media are focused on training more women to become leaders in technology.
US intelligence officials have released more than 100 documents seized four years ago in the raid on Osama bin Laden's compound in Pakistan.
Angela Merkel wants to ensure the UK stays in the European Union - but other nations might not be as keen, writes Katya Adler.
Malaysia and Indonesia's foreign ministers are in Myanmar for talks on the ongoing regional migrant crisis, after offering temporary shelter.
About 50 small boats involved in the evacuation of allied troops from Dunkirk are to set sail from Kent later to mark the 75th anniversary of the World War Two rescue.
Thousands of workers and union supporters protest outside McDonald’s headquarters, as the fast food firm continues to face wage pressure.
A baby is rescued from Monday's devastating mudslide in Colombia that killed at least 78 people, in what is being hailed as a "miraculous" survival.
Aquariums in Japan agree to stop buying dolphins captured during the controversial annual hunt in the town of Taiji.
Few Conservative MPs are willing to commit themselves publicly on how they stand on UK membership of the European Union, says Mark Mardell.
The Australian government has loaned four Koalas named Paddle, Chan, Pellita and Idalia to the Singapore government for six months.
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