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More jobs cuts and could recession revive Rhyl?

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Nick - Web Team Nick - Web Team | 13:46 UK time, Wednesday, 11 March 2009

That's the suggestion we received from Roy who writes: "I know the town has changed, but I still think of it as home and also feel that it will get better as more tourists will want their holidays there in preference to the continent. Perhaps the sliding pound will be the shot in the arm that Rhyl needs."

Meanwhile, there's 'relief' today among politicians and unions who say a cut in hours and pay is a better alternative than job losses among the 500 workers at Toyota, Deeside, and further afield.

And we've just heard from this week's Tizer that 40 jobs are going at one of Oswestry's biggest employers.

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