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Nick - Web Team Nick - Web Team | 11:03 UK time, Thursday, 25 September 2008

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LATEST UPDATES: 'Husht thee naise!' Get it? - Sunrise photos - Tardis in town - Watch: History today - Rants and Raves - Town Talk - Queue jumpers - Our world on the web - Podcast - Wrexham fans - and much more.

'Husht thee naise!'
That's Buckley talk for 'be quiet!' Learn and share more local sayings.

Latest photo
Ray shares a beautiful autumnal sunrise over farm fields at Holt - and there are lots more.

Watch: History today
As Wrexham's £90m Eagles Meadow is just weeks away from opening, take a look at two films - one showing the site today and the other showing Wrexham in the '60s before cars were banned from the town centre.

Town Talk
Supermarket plans for Buckley - Chappy: "...we need something really substantial to cater for the needs of the Buckley people - not some little corner shop."
Ruthin graveyard concerns - Louvaine: "If anyone is upset about the state of the old graveyard in St Peter's churchyard..."

Losing it!
BBC Headroom carried out a survey to what makes us mad and, here in Wales, it's queue jumping that gets us going!

Our world on the web
We use our weblog to highlight what's being said about NE Wales on the web.
This week; Fit blog, Mold mum of three Lynne went from 16 stone to triathlete; UFO photo and sighting; and the Wrexham fans who definitely aren't miserable!

BBC Roadshow
Would you like to step inside Dr Who's Tardis? Maybe you'd like to read the news with Sian Lloyd, present the weather with Derek Brockway or meet the Bobinogs? The whole BBC Wales team is in Wrexham next month.

Podcast - NE Wales Update
Don't forget that from 1pm Friday you can join Adam Walton for highlights of the week's news from NE Wales - aired on BBC Radio Wales.

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