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Compensation worth at least A 3.7m was paid out by authorities across Wales over the past three years, new figures have revealed.
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MICK DENNISON writes...I took my inspiration from the national newspapers this week as two contrasting articles caught my eye.
In this week's look back at Wrexham's History, today we take a look back at the town's mining heritage.
Black and white border collie. Answers to the name of Dav. Has brown collar with contact info.
Scarlett Owen of Abergele, Marni Hugo of St Asaph, and Lili Young, of Gellifor, with the Duke of Cambridge Prince William It's the classic schoolgirls' dream - to meet a Prince.
Danny Jones, 21, of Chirk, north Wales, was stabbed with a replica Lord of the Rings sword near a car park in Oswestry, and died in hospital.
Bad news for another unfortunate car owner who found their car had taken the plunge into the UNESCO World Heritage-listed aqueduct Josh Jones snapped this pic in the aftermath yesterday evening in Wrexham after another unfortunate car owner found their beloved vehicle had slipped into the drink.
Two rallies were held across the region with speeches denouncing the UK Government's approach to public sector pay, pensions and conditions Organisers said they were not disappointed by the relatively low turnout as pickets were in place at council buildings in Ruthin, Llangefni, Caernarfon, Mold and Wrexham and across the region.
PEOPLE in Denbighshire are the least likely to vote in the next Assembly election compared to other counties in North Wales.
Esmor Davies will hold an event in his home town of Buckley the week before he sets off on his gruelling challenge, which will see him travel from John O'Groats to Land's End in a bid to raise money for visually impaired charities across the UK.
The 58-year-old from Lostock Gralam is planning to walk 130 miles from Pwllheli in north Wales to Mobberley Victory Hall in September.
Mr Davies was sacked by First Minister after asking civil servants for private information on farming subsidy payments of opposition AMs 'We must find peace or Welsh rugby will be destroyed'...Blues chief's stark warning as crisis reaches critical point The four Welsh regions have presented the Union with their version of a final proposed agreement ... (more)
A three and a half tonne Uri Geller-inspired gorilla made from spoons was one of the more intriguing attractions at the annual cultural event The festivities were in full flow at the Llangollen International Eisteddfod today with a giant gorilla made from spoons helping to wow the crowds.
Andrew Griffiths of Corwen could offer no explanation on why he phoned 999, pretending to be injured on the moors between Ruthin and Wrexham A man who wasted thousands of pounds and more than 90 hours of emergency service time on a hoax rescue call has been given a suspended jail sentence.
The search for the missing Denbigh man will now see officers scour an area of scrubland near the Pardalakis apartments in Chania The search for a pensioner missing in Crete has been narrowed down and now includes a vast area of wasteland at the back of his hotel.
Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 11:35 pm
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