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Nick - Web Team Nick - Web Team | 11:25 UK time, Monday, 26 November 2007

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Burgled woman death 'suspicious' - via BBC Local News
The death of an 82-year-old woman in Denbighshire hours after her home was burgled is being treated as suspicious by North Wales Police.

Little pleased with vital point - via BBC Sport | Football | Teams | Wrexham | UK
Manager Brian Little says his side must build on the point they picked up against Chester on Sunday.

Update: Lorry driver bundled into car - via North Wales Police Press Releases
Police investigating an incident where a lorry driver was forced from his cab and left in Skelmersdale hours later are trying to trace two lorry drivers who may have witnessed the incident.

Sustrans Cymru/ Wales - via Bethan Jenkins AM
Voting for the Big Lottery's £50 million has started. Please log on to and vote for Sustrans’ Connect2 project, which is made up of 79 cycle schemes across the UK - nine of which are in Wales, including Rhyl.

Mapped out: homes at risk of killer gas - via Daily Post North Wales
The extent to which poisonous radioactive gas radon is lurking beneath North Wales homes and businesses is revealed in a new internet map via [and which costs more than £3 to try]

and finally... what people are talking about on our site this morning

Highlights: Latest updates on
Rhyl - Andy: "Rhyl was very popular in the 70s and 80s. What have they done to my home town?

Mold's WWII munitions factory - Allan: "My father had many stories about that time, but being young and not very attentive I have forgotten most. I would like to offer advice to all like me. Get a tape recorder. You can never trust your memory and cannot go back in time. I will regret it all my life."

Wrexham: Students' views - Megan: "The funny thing is, it's not the place I hate, it's the people. The chavvy, common, waste of tax payers money type people, who all really need to get a job, an education and a life!"

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