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Athlete and supporter of St Asaph hospice in world record attempt A LONG standing supporter of a hospice is hoping to smash a world record.
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Boss of pioneering North Wales scheme knows what it’s like to have family member with an addiction The woman charged with running a pioneering scheme to help vulnerable people break away from a life of crime knows what it’s like to live under the shadow of addiction.
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Horses spotted 'on the loose' on A55 near St Asaph THREE horses were spotted 'on the loose' on the A55 this morning.
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Young entrepreneurs launch eco-friendly products at Llangollen Food Festival   A teenager from Afonwen is among a group of young entrepreneurs are launching a new range of eco-friendly products at a food festival.
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Absent-minded drivers main cause of Denbighshire's road accidents Absent-minded drivers are the most common cause of road accidents in Denbighshire, figures reveal.
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Publication described as 'a body blow to Welsh farmers' NFU CYMRU president John Davies has reacted with dismay to the publication of the UK Government’s updated ‘No deal’ Brexit tariff regime.
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