Saturday Jun 15
St Asaph family finally back in their home after flooding misery
A FAMILY are "over the moon" after finally returning to their home more than six months after it was devastated by flooding.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Peter Black AM
Welsh Government under fire over housing failure
The failure of the Welsh Labour Government to match the offer to housebuilders available in England has come under fire once more, this time from house builders themselves.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Bodelwyddan couple celebrate platinum wedding anniversary
GEORGE and Nancy Green have celebrated 70 years of wedded bliss and say the secret to a long marriage is having a good family.
Church is standing by priest over allegations of 'inappropriate relationship'
A PRIEST under investigation over allegations he had a sexual relationship with a patient while working as a nurse is being allowed to continue his ministry.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Consultation launched on plans to replace Rhyl faith school
Denbighshire Council has launched the seven week consultation into proposals to create a new joint faith school for North Denbighshire replacing Blessed Edward Jones Catholic High School in Rhyl and St Brigid's in Denbigh.
Universities create A 3.6bn - study
Of that, A 1bn of that is spent by students, according to the report commissioned by Higher Education Wales, the body which represents universities.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Denbighshire Free Press
Putting a city back on the map: Your Town
THE residents of St Asaph are still recovering after last November's horrendous floods and are now looking to put their city back on the map.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
The floods in Talybont destroyed homes, cars and devastated entire communities
Professor Geraint Vaughan said four of the five wettest years since records began in 1910 have happened in the 21st century The erratic weather that last year brought devastating flooding within months of a drought will become more common as global warming intensifies, says a leading Welsh climate expert.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
New help service for flood victims
A service supporting flood victims is being planned by the Welsh government a year after a month's worth of rain in 24 hours brought chaos to Ceredigion.
Tue Jun 04, 2013
North Wales Chronicle
Welsh Monty Python star and Olympian set for Bangor University honours
Terry Jones and two-time Olympic gold medal wining rower Tom James will be awarded honorary fellowships of Bangor University.
Denbighshire Council gives green light to LDP
DENBIGHSHIRE councillors have voted in favour of adopting the draft Local Development Plan by 21 votes to 18 after a lengthy debate at full council on Tuesday.
Mon Jun 03, 2013
It is never to late to believe in children
Figures released this year by End Child Poverty, a group supported by Barnardo's, suggested a shocking 40 per cent of youngsters in the Higher Shotton area could be classed as living in poverty in 2012.
Thu May 30, 2013
Denbighshire Free Press
Rector ready for new Dee Valley role
A NEW Rector has been welcomed to the Corwen group of parishes and area Dean. The Bishop of St Asaph, Gregory Cameron, lead a special act of worship on Thursday, May 23, to welcome the Reverend Martin Snellgrove to his new ministry in the Deanery of Penllyn and Edeyrnion.
Wed May 29, 2013
Blood clot home testing technology firm in A 2m new funding round
The jury in the trial of Mark Bridger has been sent home for the evening after retiring to consider its verdict earlier today The new two-tone red strip has received a negative reaction from fans after being unveiled by the Championship winners on Wednesday Comic author Howard Jacobson has picked up a well-bred Gloucestershire Old Spot pig for the ... (more)
Tue May 28, 2013
Arrests made after immigration raids in Rhyl, Conwy and Llandudno
FIVE men have been arrested after Home Office Immigration Enforcement officers carried out raids on businesses in Denbighshire and Conwy.
Fri May 24, 2013
New A 300k extension for St Asaph Cathedral
THE ancient cathedral in one of Britain's newest cities is to undergo a A 300,000 extension to make it available for use by the wider community.
I don't know why they didn't call an ambulance after my daughter's mountain fall
A MOTHER has questioned why an ambulance wasn't called for her teenage daughter who was stretchered off a mountain after injuring her leg during a school trip.
Thu May 23, 2013
St Asaph sculptor back in his home after floods
AN ARTIST and sculptor is finally back in his newly-refurbished home following the devastating floods in November of last year.
Wed May 22, 2013
Takeaway raid: Three illegal workers caught
Two were found to have entered the UK illegally, while the third was a failed asylum seeker who had not left the country when his claim for protection was turned down.