No arrests have been made and the incident is not being treated as terror-related.
Coronavirus and baby news for the Prime Minister lead the papers.
The Chancellor has told Boris Johnson the UK’s border policy is ‘out of step with our international competitors’.
North Wales Police confirmed on Saturday afternoon they were at the Ty Mawr holiday park in Abergele following an incident.
Police said there was a collision involving a car and two people on foot.
The Taoiseach praised all those involved in turning around the country’s vaccine programme.
The disappearance of Louise Kam, who has links to north-west London, was said to be ‘entirely out of character’.
Officers were undertaking a pre-planned operation to target illegal use of e-scooters when the incident happened.
The TV licence grace period for over-75s came to an end on July 31.
Dame Mary expressed support for the scheme that will also provide students with the opportunity to visit Roman heritage sites
The former Olympian described how it was ‘really sad’ that Asher-Smith had to pull out due to injury.
A charity boss said miscarriage can be ‘very traumatic’ for some partners too.
Doses were given to people attending the four-day festival in Langdon Park, east London.
The fire service responded to reports of a blaze in Harvest Road, Smethwick, at 4.35am on Saturday.
Carrie Johnson has said she feels ‘incredibly blessed’ to be pregnant again.
Officers were called to The Cause nightclub in Ashley Road, Tottenham, shortly after 3am on Saturday.
Ms Johnson revealed the personal news in a post on Instagram.