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Alys - Web Team Alys - Web Team | 11:17 UK time, Thursday, 11 February 2010

An injured child in Haiti. Photo by Asad Syed.

Wrexham surgeon tells of battle to save Haiti earthquake victims - The Leader
Orthopaedic and trauma consultant Asad Syed, who works at Wrexham Maelor Hospital, has been talking about his experiences of working in Port-au-Prince, helping to save and improve the lives of Haiti's people following the devastating earthquake of a month ago.

Plan to bring back trams to North Wales - Daily Post
A Merseyside-based tram company is is keen to study the viability of small-scale tram, or light rail, networks in various towns across the region.

Rhyl to Kinmel Bay cycle path clogged up by sand - Rhyl Journal
It's claimed that sections of a cycle route between Rhyl harbour and ASDA in Kinmel Bay are not being used by cyclists because of a build up of sand.

Oswestry schools pay tribute to murdered teen Frankie - Tizer
Tributes are paid to Francesca 'Frankie' McFall who was found dead alongside her mother in their Oswestry home on February 5.

Wrexham and Flintshire speak out: 'Don't let our villages die' - The Leader
People living in urban villages across Wrexham and Flintshire have come forward to express concerns that their villages have been damaged by the closure of shops, post offices and other amenities.

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