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Nick - Web Team Nick - Web Team | 14:36 UK time, Wednesday, 5 March 2008

Flintshire Council Tax rise [3.39%] lowest for 10 years; Pair escape Flint house fire; Wrexham midfielder Whitley relishes weekend Derby; Kick%20in%20the%20teeth%20for%20Ruthin; Burrell may give video evidence at Diana inquest.

Council Tax rise stays low - Flintshire Council News
Flintshire County Council has kept the Council tax increase down to 3.39% - the lowest rise in 10 years

Men escape after battling house fire - Evening Leader
Two Flint men had a lucky escape last night, after battling a fire in their home.

Whitley relishing Chester clash - TEAMtalk Wrexham
Wrexham midfielder Jeff Whitley believes Sunday's trip to managerless Chester provides the perfect opportunity for the side to bounce back.
More: Wrexham FC

Kick in the teeth - Ruthin blogger
In what appears to be a bit of a kick in the teeth for Rhuthun, why have the event organisers suddenly moved the Ruthin Medieval Festival to Bodelwyddan Castle instead?, perhaps, Ruthin Castle sore at Denbighshire planners' decision not to grant permission to build log cabins in the castle grounds?

Eisteddfod bosses fear more visa problems - Daily Post
International Eisteddfod bosses fear problems getting visas for foreign performers will not be resolved in time for this year’s festival in July.

Burrell may give video evidence -
The former butler Paul Burrell has been offered the chance to give evidence by video link in an attempt to persuade him to return to the Diana, Princess of Wales inquest.
Tag: Burrell

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