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  1. Old Colwyn cemetery labelled 'disgusting' by appalled relativeRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 19, 2014 | IcNorthWales

    A call for volunteers to clean up a "disgusting" cemetery has been made by a woman whose great-grandparents are buried there. Hannah Williams visited the Llanelian Road cemetery in Old Colwyn to lay a wreath on her relatives' grave, but found the place was overgrown and littered with broken headstones.

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  2. Deal reached with insurance industry on how new flood cover will operateRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 18, 2014 | Rhyl Journal

    AN AGREEMENT has been reached between the government and the insurance industry on how new flood insurance cover will operate. Following prolonged negotiations with the Association of British Insurers and Flood Re, the government has now reached agreement on a number of matters regarding how Flood Re will operate, which once approved should prove cover for people who live in the highest flood risk areas.

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  3. St Asaph's community to faith school plans move to next stageRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 16, 2014 | Rhyl Journal

    PLANS to change a St Asaph educational institution into a Anglican faith junior school have taken another step forward. Councillors met today and approved the publication of a statutory notice to change the "denomination" of Ysgol Esgob Morgan, situated on Ffordd Siarl, from a community junior school into a church school.

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  4. Boost for Glyndwr University after giant telescope gets the go-aheadRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 12, 2014 | IcNorthWales

    A team from the National Facility for Ultra Precision Surfaces has been successfully polishing mirrors at GlyndA r University for the A 900m European-Extremely Large Telescope project. Due for completion in 2024, the giant eye on the sky will be sited in Chile and was given the green light by European Southern Observatory Council members.

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  5. North Wales hospital took 10 years to tell a patient she had cancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 12, 2014 | IcNorthWales

    Barbara Chapman only found out about her malignant tumour when it was too late and health chiefs at Ysbyty Glan Clwyd have admitted negligence An omission by a member of staff when a pensioner was discharged from hospital may have contributed to her death 10 years later, an inquest heard. When Barbara Chapman died in St Kentigern Hospice, St Asaph , in 2011, pathologist Dr Mark Atkinson gave the cause of death as carcinoid tumour - exactly the same type of cancer he had identified when she had her appendix removed in 2001.

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  6. St Asaph hospice's remarkable recovery after recession put it on the brink of closureRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 11, 2014 | IcNorthWales

    MP David Jones hails the revival of St Kentigern Hospice which was on the verge of shutting its doors four years ago David Jones, the MP for Clwyd West, was blown away by the survival story of St Kentigern Hospice in St Asaph when he was told about it during a visit. The hospice was on the verge of shutting its doors four years ago, but the community and the Daily Post stepped in with support.

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  7. St Asaph school be turned into a church school despite oppositionRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 11, 2014 | IcNorthWales

    Ysgol Esgob Morgan is set to be turned into a church school despite some people saying they would not send their children there if the plans are given the go-ahead. Councillors will meet next week to decide whether to close the St Asaph -based school on August 31 next year to allow the Anglican Diocese of St Asaph to reopen it as Ysgol Esgob Morgan Voluntary Controlled School in time for the new term.

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  8. Conwy butcher's new job at Bodnant provides outlet for his turkeysRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 11, 2014 | IcNorthWales

    Christmas lunch could not be more local for butcher Jason Fraser: this year all the meats on his dinner table will have been grown at home. Since June the dad-of-three has been rearing free-range turkeys at his smallholding on the Sychnant Pass, where he also keeps rare breed pigs and chickens.

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  9. Long-term plans to reduce flood risk on display in St Asaph todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 10, 2014 | Denbighshire Free Press

    The proposals, drawn up by Natural Resources Wales , will see the city's flood defences enhanced after more than 400 homes and business were submerged and a 91 year-old woman drowned in November 2012 when the River Elwy burst its banks. Environment chiefs say measures such as tree planting, de-compacting soil and managing land drainage can help to hold some of the floodwater back and make the area more resilient to climate change.

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  10. St Asaph flood risk plans on showRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 10, 2014 | BBC News

    Long-term plans to reduce the flooding risk in St Asaph are being unveiled, two years after an elderly woman died and 400 homes were evacuated. "We can't always prevent flooding from happening but we believe we have a good proposal to significantly reduce its likelihood," said Tim Jones of NRW.

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  11. Parents of Tesni Edwards meet paramedic who battled to save her lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 8, 2014 | IcNorthWales

    Welsh Air Ambulance thank family for A 50,000 raised from sponsored walk in memory of Corwen teen who died of an undetected enlarged heart The heartbroken parents of a teenage girl who tragically died have met the helicopter paramedic who tried desperately to save her after she collapsed. Neil Lewis was aboard the Wales Air Ambulance helicopter when it flew into the village of Cynwyd, near Corwen, as a thank you for the A 50,000 that was raised by a sponsored walk in memory of 14-year-old Tesni Edwards .

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  12. Glyndwr University 'starved' of cash receiving just A 500,000 of A 75m capital funding potRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 8, 2014 | IcNorthWales

    A funding disparity that has seen GlyndA r University receive just A 500,000 of a A 75m capital cash pot for universities has come under fire. Glyndwr University says it has had A 557,000 of the A 75.1m allocated to Welsh universities since 2011.

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  13. Tesni's parents meet paramedic who desperately tried to save her lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 8, 2014 | Rhyl Journal

    THE heartbroken parents of a teenage girl who died tragically have met the helicopter paramedic who tried desperately to save her after she collapsed. Neil Lewis was aboard the Wales Air Ambulance helicopter when it flew into the village of Cynwyd, near Corwen, as a thank you for the 50,000 that was raised by a sponsored walk in memory of 14-year-old Tesni Edwards.

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  14. A55: Snow and hail storms cause traffic miseryRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 8, 2014 | IcNorthWales

    Wintry weather caused road accidents at Caerwys and Northop causing long queues on the dual carriageway as a yellow warning for snow and ice was issued by the Met Office Police said most of the bumps were caused by snow turning to 'slush' and the incidents were largely minor crashes. The accidents caused a lot of disruption to motorists travelling on roads near the A55 and along the A55 including between J29 Pant-y-dulath and J28 B5429 Rhuallt/Waen and at J31 A5026/A5151/B5122 Caerwys.

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  15. A55: Two crashes near Rhuallt Hill and St Asaph cause traffic problemsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 5, 2014 | IcNorthWales

    Four vehicles crashed in one smash on the A55 westbound near St Asaph about half an hour after the bad weather struck. The crashes blocked the inside lane and slowed down traffic by the St Asaph turn off near St Asaph Business Park.

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  16. Rhyl flood victims still fear disaster could strike again one year onRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 4, 2014 | IcNorthWales

    Normality is starting to return for 400 residents flooded out of their homes, but many are still struggling with the aftermath A year on from one of the worst tidal surges in decades, normality is starting to return for the residents flooded out of their homes. On December 5 2013, around 300 wrecked properties in Rhyl were evacuated as the defences at Splash Point were breached and waves crashed over, sweeping through the nearby streets.

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  17. St Asaph throw a Christmas party in the streetRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2014 | IcNorthWales

    Fairground rides and a visit from Father Christmas proved to be the main attractions at Friday night's event, which was organised by the city council. It has now been going for more than 10 years and is held at the site of RN Williams - the event sponsors.

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  18. Ched Evans future remains uncertain following Oldham Athletic denialRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 1, 2014 | Rhyl Journal

    FOOTBALLER Ched Evans is still seeking a route back into football after Oldham Athletic denied he was training with the club. Reports on Sunday linked Evans with the League One club, but Oldham confirmed on Monday morning that they will not be offering the former Sheffield United striker an invitation to train with them.

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  19. Man who drove to St Asaph police station with wife's body in boot should not have been at largeRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 1, 2014 | IcNorthWales

    A murdered wife would still be alive today if bungling police had not released her killer husband who'd set fire to her 35 pairs of shoes a fortnight earlier, a furious sister said. John Yates wreaked a campaign of physical abuse on his partner Barbara Yates over 30 years which ended with her death.

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  20. Daring entrepreneur crowned Business Person of the Year at the Daily Post Business AwardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 27, 2014 | IcNorthWales

    A daring entrepreneur who has put Wales on the map for adrenalin tourism has been named Business Person of the Year at the Daily Post Business Awards. Sean Taylor, from Zip World, was presented with the Bangor University sponsored award last night in a showcase ceremony at the university's Prichard Jones Hall.

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