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“There is no fuel shortage” say Local Resilience Forum who report care workers receiving verbal abuse on forecourts

“A dear friend to many, mentor to many who will be missed very much” – health board pays tribute to doctor who died on the weekend

North Wales Fire chief issues warning over storing petrol or other fuels at home

Future developments in Wales to be assessed against new flood risk map and guidance



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School breakfast clubs offered chance for £1,000 funding boost from Kellogg’s

Wrexham community rallies round 98-year-old targeted by burglars

Town centre councillors’ voice their frustration over delay in implementing resident parking schemes

Police urge road users and pedestrians to be “be safe, be seen” as nights start to draw in



Praise for ‘hard work and dedication’ as Sharlene reaches 18 years as a Nightingale House Hospice lottery collector

Hightown roads reopen after bomb squad ‘safely dispose’ of ‘small shell’

“No weapons recovered” during weekend of stop and search in the town centre

Motorists exceeding 50mph speed limit introduced on A483 to reduce pollution levels “could receive a letter or a fine through their door”

Welsh Government confirms international travel changes and calls for PCR test retention

Group of cyclists on track to raise £15k for local music studio for disadvantaged children

Councillors set for update on what will replace the Contact Centre on Lord Street when it closes later this year

Future of library van service up for debate – as council assures public ‘will still receive a comprehensive service’

Chance to explore some of the most famous crimes and criminals in British history on Glyndwr University course

Coleg Cambria produces largest cohort of Worldskills UK competitors in Wales

Three business start-ups move into new Enterprise lounge at Wrexham Glyndwr University

Transport for Wales outline dates for additional train services as Covid causes delays

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