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Nick - Web Team Nick - Web Team | 14:42 UK time, Tuesday, 29 January 2008

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Health concern after flood at cement works landfill site, bull shot after jumping nine fences, new hopes for Wrexham FC and more of your urban landscape photos.

Probe launched as waste tip is flooded at cement works- Evening Leader
An investigation has been launched by the Environment Agency after a newly created landfill site flooded. The site, at Castle Cement in Padeswood, is to be used for the disposal of hazardous waste from a new kiln at the plant and campaigners are worried it will pose a health and safety risk.

Costs of needle dispensing machine - North Wales Police Press Releases
The planning appeal and public inquiry into the siting of the needle dispensing machine in Colwyn Bay has to date cost an estimated £25, 820.

Bull is shot dead by police after freedom bid - Daily Post
A bull which escaped from a field and threatened to leap onto a busy main road was yesterday shot dead by armed police at Holt, near Wrexham.

Dragons breathe new fire - BBC Sport
Boss Brian Little says Wrexham have a new lease of life as they travel to play-off hunting Morecambe.

North Wales Street Scenes -
Thanks to contributors for continuing to add some interesting photos to our pool which aims to reflect the urban landscape of the region, and among the latest batch is a pile of pink boots on Mold market!

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