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Nick - Web Team Nick - Web Team | 11:58 UK time, Thursday, 6 May 2010

Buckley soldier meets son for first time after Afghanistan tour - Daily Post
Royal Welsh Fusilier Danny Hughes, 19, left on a five-month tour of duty to just days before his fiancee Jennifer, 17, was due to give birth to their first child.
- Wrexham soldier injured in Afghanistan - Leader

Funeral to take place of Hawarden mum who died after bee sting - Flintshire Chronicle
Alison Piercy, 47, is believed to have suffered an allergic reaction while tending hives at Kelsterton Lane, Connah's Quay, last month.

Police get tough with Rhyl prom yobs - Rhyl Journal
A dispersal order comes into force on Sunday to prevent groups congregating near the seafront, with stiff sanctions, including fines of up to £2,500 and three month jail terms, facing those who refuse to follow police instructions to leave.
- Mold skate park set to roll - Leader

Ruthin couple win £25,000 wedding - Denbighshire Free Press
Brian Wyn Rogers and Susan Walmsley-Hunter say they're in a state of shock after winning a dream wedding competition.

Ellesmere Wharf development goes on - Border Counties Advertizer
Residents in Ellesmere have been reassured that developers will continue with the regeneration of the town's wharf, despite downscaling the project.

Treuddyn residents could see village speed limit reduced - Flintshire Chronicle
A decade of campaigning by worried Treuddyn residents has moved a step closer to finally seeing the speed limit reduction they've been calling for.

Cost of Colwyn Bay flood damage reaches £1m - North Wales Weekly News
The repairs bill for severe storms last month has reached £1m with damage caused to the Colwyn Bay promenade alone reaching £600,000.

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