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Nick - Web Team Nick - Web Team | 09:58 UK time, Friday, 6 June 2008

A copy of the weekly highlights sent by email to subscribers of

A55 fuel protest - Travellers hit back - Watch: Not in my nature - Rants and Raves - History shared - Seaside scenes - Listen: NE Wales Update - and much more...

A55 fuel protest
Support is growing for the go-slow drive along the A55 by fuel price protesters with more than 500 people signing up to back the group.
[Using a Google news search - key words 'fuel protests' shows the spread of action around the Britain this week alone]

Spotlight: N Wales Coast
Seaside scenes - 360 degree photos of Prestatyn seafront and much more.

Beach guides - Everything from power-kiting to fossilised trees on Rhyl Beach.

Watch: Not in my nature
Julie from Denbigh doesn't 'do nature' - here she explains why she's appearing in a new wildlife challenge TV series for BBC Wales, Not in My Nature.

WWII evacuees
Memories of evacuees sent to North Wales are used for a new stage play. Plus, read people's own account.

Rants and Raves
Rossett's travellers hit back - Rupert: "We are just normal people. We have not got two heads - your peace and tranquility will not be shattered. It might look like a building site at the moment but just give us a chance."

Wrexham's Mark Hughes - Geo: "Mark Hughes is potentially the best and most exciting managerial appointment City have ever made."

Gwrych Castle renovation - P: "I am following the progress of the castle's restoration very closely and..."

Denbigh Hospital - Former patient: "As a former patient back in the '60s I have mixed feelings about the future of Gwynfryn as it was called back then. It had a profound experience for me..."

Myths: The Beast
Have you heard the accounts of the so-called Beast of Brymbo?

That's your lot for this week - enjoy the weekend.

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