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But while welcoming the centre, campaigners say it does not replace the hospital beds lost with the controversial closure of Llangollen Community Hospital in March.
6 hrs ago | Denbighshire Free Press
TH REE primary schools are set to close if the results of a review of 11 Ruthin schools are approved .
10 hrs ago | Rhyl Journal
The county recycled 58 per cent of rubbish in the year 2012/13 making Denbighshire the greenest county in Wales in three out of the last four years.
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A CAMPAIGN launched by the parents of tragic Meg Burgess to stop deaths by collapsing walls is to be highlighted in Cardiff today .
Campaigners opposing proposals to demolish a 102-year-old pavilion have vowed to keep fighting, despite the Charity Commission saying it can not intervene to save the building.
A Denbighshire haulage company has been ordered to pay nearly A 20,000 after a worker fell from an "improvised" platform and fractured both his heels.
THE Denbigh museum group has its sights on the town's old magistrate court building.
A NORTH Wales health board presented plans to the public for a new health centre yesterday.
Richard William Thomas, from Wrexham , was jailed for three years on Friday after admitting his third and fourth house burglaries.
THE community spirit of a Vale of Clwyd village that has its own shop once more after over 20 years has been praised.
BALA could compete with honeypot sites such as Ambleside and Betws y Coed if it developed its cycling and walking facilities.
The failure of the Welsh Labour Government to match the offer to housebuilders available in England has come under fire once more, this time from house builders themselves.
AN ANGRY protester who tried to stop a contractor destroying a grass verge was reported to the police.
Guest ran Senior Computers in Prestatyn but the shop was raided by trading standards officials after a test purchase by Microsoft Ltd. The initial complaint came from an engineering firm who had spent more than A 3,350 on two desktops and two laptops only to find the software containing a warning that it was not a genuine product.
A MASSIVE influx of visitors is expected in the Conwy Valley this November when Wales Rally GB holds competitive stages there for the first time since the 1970s.