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Elaine Paige spills all on her love for Wales and her epic career in musical theatre

Ahead of the first lady of musical theatre, Elaine Paige bringing her UK tour to Llandudno, The Pioneer spoke to the theatre legend about her love of Wales and her career. The star – who rose to fame in the West End production of Evita in 1978 – is heading out on tour this Autumn calling at Llandudno’s Venue Cymru on Friday, November 2.

Growing number of women are setting up businesses in North Wales

A growing number of women are setting up businesses in North Wales. Among the new generation of female entrepreneurs are two mums, Catherine Hardiman, 51, and Cathy Heavers, 46, from Llanfairfechan, near Conwy who have set up a successful social enterprise, the Your Hwb website and handbook.

Crowds flock to annual RNLI lifeboat and emergency services day in Llandudno

The annual RNLI lifeboat and emergency services day saw crowds flock to Llandudno promenade. The day saw the likes of North Wales Police, North Wales Ambulance, North Wales Fire and Rescue, St John Ambulance, Ogwen Valley Mountain Rescue and many more set up base on the promenade to show the public the range of services they offer.

A-level results: Conwy

Students across Conwy will be getting their A level results today. Below is a round up of all the latest results from across the county:

North Wales Doll House and Miniaturist Club set up annual exhibition in Llandudno

From Happy Valley care home to Alice in Wonderland story books, Llandudno’s history was on display at the North Wales Doll House and Miniaturist Exhibition. Club members treated residents and visitors to a unique experience at Holy Trinity Church earlier this month with displays all made by their own hands from dolls clothes to tiny plates of food, pieces of furniture and even intricately painted flowers.

Controversial Deganwy housing scheme deferred by planners

Disputed plans for 110 homes in Deganwy have been deferred by planners. The plans - for the corner of Pentywyn Road and Marl Lane - drew crowds of residents, councillors and the Aberconwy AM to the planning committee meeting at Bodlondeb on Wednesday, August 9 to protest at the application.

Llandudno charity football match raises more than £1,500

A charity football match has raised more than £1,500 for two military charities. The match between Llandudno FC and Royal Welch Fusiliers past and present last month saw people gather at the clubs home ground for a day of activities and football fun, all in aid of Help for Heroes and Blind Veterans UK.

Fight to save Colwyn Bay Pier 'is far from over' says Trust

CAMPAIGNERS fighting to save Colwyn Bay’s pier claim it is not the end of the road, revealing they are in talks with the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) over grant funding. The chairman of Colwyn Victoria Pier Trust Mark Roberts says they have “never been this advanced in the process before”, following a meeting with the HLF on August 8 in which representatives from the council were also present.

REVIEW: Grease the musical brings the jive back to Llandudno

There was plenty of lightnin’ as Grease The Musical brought the ‘hand jive’ to its opening night in Llandudno. Audiences were taken back to the 50s and into Rydell High to witness the timeless musical which looks at the complexities of growing up in the era.