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  1. Memorial unveiled in Rhyl to Belgian WWI refugee who died of a 'broken heart'Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 22, 2015 | IcNorthWales

    Franciscus de Roover arrived with his family from Belgium in 1914 but never made it home and was buried in an unmarked grave A memorial to a Belgian man who sheltered his family in North Wales while his country was torn apart by war has been unveiled. Franciscus De Roover lost his wife shortly before he arrived in Rhyl with the rest of his family after the outbreak of the First World War.

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  2. North Wales traffic and travel round up: February 19, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 19, 2015 | IcNorthWales

    As we approach rush hour the Daily Post will be providing updates on the latest situation on North Wales's travel network. Similarly if you spot anything going on, and it is safe to do so, then let us know by tweeting @dailypostwales or leaving a comment on here.

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  3. Largest wind farm Gwynt y Mor sells cables in 350m dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 19, 2015 | IcNetwork

    Gwynt y MA r - 10 miles off the coast of Conwy - has 160 turbines and is due for become fully operational later this year The owners of Wales' largest wind farm - and the second biggest in the world - Gwynt y MA r have sold the power cables and sub-stations connecting it to the electricity grid for more than A 350m. Gwynt y MA r has as many as 160 turbines and is situated around 10 miles off the coast of Conwy.

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  4. Do you work in Residential Childcare? CCW wants your views for its short surveyRead the original story

    Feb 18, 2015 | Aberdare Online

    The Care Council for Wales has commissioned a survey to help it understand more about what it means to you to work as a residential child care worker.

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  5. Plan to double homes at St Asaph hospital siteRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 18, 2015 | IcNorthWales

    Pure Residential and Commercial are bidding to increase the number of units on the St Asaph site to 158 after buying extra land Developers behind the major project to transform the HM Stanley Hospital site into housing want to nearly double the number of homes at the location. Now the firm wants to increase the size of the project after buying a parcel of land at the rear of the former hospital, that was originally built as a workhouse.

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  6. Picture Gallery Families and Diocese devastated by council's new consultation to close Ysgol LlanbedrRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 18, 2015 | Denbighshire Free Press

    Parents, staff and governors gathered at County Hall, Ruthin, yesterday to make their voices heard over Denbighshire County Council's plans to close rural faith school Ysgol Llanbedr. Buoyed by a Welsh Government decision to uphold the school's appeal to stay open the group was determined to keep fighting despite the council's plans to reopen a consultation on closure.

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  7. Gwynt-y-Mor wind farm's sub-stations and cabling sold in 350m dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 18, 2015 | IcNorthWales

    A consortium has bought the transmission assets for the world's second biggest wind farm that lies 10 miles off the North Wales coast The owners of the world's second biggest wind farm RWE Innogy UK, Stadtwerke Munchen GmbH and Siemens announced it has completed the sale of transmission assets to Gwynt y Mor OFTO PLC, a consortium formed by Balfour Beatty Investments Ltd and Equitix Ltd. Following a competitive tender, Gwynt y Mor OFTO PLC was selected as preferred bidder for the Gwynt y Mor offshore transmission licence in July 2013 by Ofgem. The Gwynt y Mor transmission assets are two 132/33kV offshore substations, four 132kV subsea and land export cables and a 132/400kV onshore substation, which has been newly constructed at St Asaph.

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  8. Teenager attacked by two masked men in RhylRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 18, 2015 | Rhyl Journal

    TWO masked men have assaulted a Rhyl man in an alleyway in the town. North Wales Police are appealing for witnesses following an assault in an alleyway off Osbourne Grove at approximately 12:30am on Tuesday, February 17. The teenage victim was injured but "not seriously", according to Police.

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  9. Masked men attack teenager in Rhyl alleywayRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 17, 2015 | IcNorthWales

    Investigating Officer Det Con Michael Williams, at St Asaph CID, said: "The victim, a local man aged in his late teens, was attacked in an alleyway off Osbourne Grove by two unidentified men. "We would like to speak with anyone who witnessed this assault or may know who is responsible, or anyone who was in that general area at the time."

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  10. Ysgol Llanbedr still facing closureRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 17, 2015 | BBC News

    But despite the reprieve, a second consultation will now be launched with a view to closing the school in 2016. Another parent and governor at the school Sian Jones said pupil numbers were steadily increasing in spite of the school being under threat.

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  11. Bishop says he 'cannot stand by and watch' Ysgol Llanbedr be closedRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 17, 2015 | IcNorthWales

    The Bishop of St Asaph spoke out as Denbighshire council meets today to discuss restarting a formal consultation to shut Ruthin school A Bishop says he cannot "stand by quietly and watch" as education bosses try once more to shut a Denbighshire church school. The Bishop of St Asaph, the Right Revd Dr Gregory K Cameron spoke out ahead of this morning's Denbighshire County Council cabinet meeting over the future of Ysgol Llanbedr Dyffryn Clwyd in Ruthin .

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  12. North Wales traffic and travel round up: February 16, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 16, 2015 | IcNorthWales

    As we approach rush hour the Daily Post will be providing updates on the latest situation on North Wales's travel network. Similarly if you spot anything going on, and it is safe to do so, then let us know by tweeting @dailypostwales or leaving a comment on here.

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  13. Number of alcohol-related deaths among Welsh men and women increaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 15, 2015 | IcNorthWales

    There were 306 alcohol-related deaths among men in the country in 2013 - compared to 209 in 2000 - up 46.4 per cent. And the number of alcohol-related deaths among women increased from 131 to 161 in the same period.

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  14. Shock in Ruthin after council restarts school closure consultationRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 12, 2015 | IcNorthWales

    School was declared saved just weeks ago but now report reveals council will begin consultation with Church of Wales over school's future Campaigners who celebrated after believing they had saved a school from closure have expressed their "shock" after a council report revealed the matter is back on the agenda. In January this year campaigners cried victory after Ysgol Llanbedr Dyffryn Clwyd in Ruthin appeared to have dodged the axe.

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  15. Could Henry VIII's descendants be walking the streets of Wales?Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 11, 2015 | IcNetwork

    A groundbreaking DNA test is set to prove that the real Wolf Hall might be closer to home than we first thought Ever wonder why Damian Lewis makes such a good Henry VIII on BBC Two's acclaimed historical drama Wolf Hall? It's because - aside from being among the most well known figures in Royal history - the Tudors, like the 44-year-old Golden Globe-winning actor , also hail from Welsh stock. Indeed, the regal dynasty came from relatively lowly Welsh beginnings, springing from an illicit liaison between the widow of Henry V and a descendent of medieval prince Rhys ap Gruffydd.

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  16. 22-pupil school could still closeRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 11, 2015 | BBC News

    Ysgol Llanbedr Dyffryn Clwyd has only 22 full-time pupils but Denbighshire council's closure proposal was rejected last month on a technicality. But now a second council consultation is set to be launched with a view to closing it in the summer of 2016.

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  17. Grieving families in Denbigh hit out at church's graveyard rulesRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 11, 2015 | Denbighshire Free Press

    Family members protested at St Marcella's Church in Whitchurch Road, Denbigh, to express their "anger and upset" after notices saying only silk artificial or real flowers are allowed to be displayed on graves in the churchyard. Andrea and Alan Gallagher, from Denbigh, regularly visit the grave of their son Ian, who was 17 when he died, and called the move "unacceptable".

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  18. Popular St Asaph Gala to be revivedRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 11, 2015 | Rhyl Journal

    Plans to bring the event back to the city have been put in place by a community group - the gala committee - who are working with members from St Asaph City Council. Queens for the gala will be picked at a disco event on Friday.

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  19. Bishop of St Asaph describes French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo as "gratuitously offensive"Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 10, 2015 | Rhyl Journal

    THE Bishop of St Asaph has described the French satirical magazine on which 12 members of staff were killed in last month's terrorist attack as "an awful magazine that is gratuitously offensive". The Rt Rev Dr Gregory Cameron, said he also found it hard to watch the huge protests that followed the attacks and the "Je Suis Charlie" signs of solidarity throughout the world.

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  20. "Let Glasgow Flourish"Read the original story

    Feb 10, 2015 | TrekEarth

    This is the Chapel of St. Mungo which is a crypt beneath the Quire of Glasgow Cathedral and here is the tomb where the remains of St. Mungo are believed still to rest. Saint Mungo, also known as Saint Kentigern, Cantigernus or Cyndeyrn Garthwys , lived from AD 528 to 13 January 614.

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