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Alys - Web Team Alys - Web Team | 10:49 UK time, Thursday, 18 February 2010

Vital Wrexham Industrial Estate road link hit by red tape delay - Daily Post
The construction of a £20m link road that would transform travel to Wrexham Industrial Estate has been delayed by another six months.

Chirk gipsy site petition racks up nearly 1,200 signatures - The Leader
A petition containing nearly 1,200 signatures has been handed in to Wrexham Council in protest at a proposal for a gipsy and travellers site in Chirk.

Rhyl water course to be redeveloped - Rhyl Journal
A Rhyl water course used as a dumping ground for all kinds of rubbish could be transformed into a wildlife haven. Environment Agency Wales are hoping to get the go ahead to pump more nearly £400.000 into the area known to residents of south west Rhyl locally as The Cut.

Waste treatment site planned for Flintshire - The Leader
Flintshire is set to have its own waste treatment facility if an ambitious bid by the council is backed by the Welsh Assembly Government. The facility, which would treat household and non-recyclable waste, could be built on Deeside Industrial Estate if plans are given the green light.

I nearly gave birth at JLS gig - Denbighshire Visitor
The woman who went into labour during a JLS gig has been tracked down.

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