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Risky store to go

A BUILDING in Holywell which councillors say could cause a disaster is to be demolished. Read

Gift day to raise cash for church heating

HOLY Trinity Church, Gwernaffield, is holding a Gift Day on Saturday, November 1, from 10am-4pm. Read

Culture icon stops off at coastal path

A TEAM from the British Trust for Conservation Volunteers (BTCV) met the controversial Moel Famau Superlambanana during the iconic sculpture’s tour of Flintshire. Read

Fashionable aid to charity cause

A MOLD fashion boutique is holding a Christmas shopping day and fashion show in aid of cancer charity Christie’s. Read

Singers sign up for a record

STUDENTS and staff at Mold Alun High School made a valiant attempt to get into the Guinness Book of Records this week. Read

Charity fundraising is all in the jeans

STAFF and students at Deeside College were dressed for success to raise money for Jeans for Genes Day. Read

Hospital unveils its new £3.5m facility

A NEW £3.5m centre, combining X-ray, ultrasound and MRI with a new type of combined scanner, was officially opened by Assembly Health Minister Edwina Hart at Wrexham Maelor Hospital yesterday (Thursday). Read

Assembly ‘should do more for mentally ill’ say Flint councillors

NATIONAL Assembly Health Minister Edwina Hart is being urged to place mental health higher up the agenda. Read

Help to beat infections

FLINTSHIRE Local Health Board has been advising the public on how to reduce possible infections. Read

Corus scoots along with school donation

A SHOTTON-based steel company has donated more than £2,000 to Queensferry CP School. Read

Douglas comes off bench to take up police position

A FORMER steel boss is about to start his second stint on the police authority. Read

Lifeboat crews stretched by intensely busy six months

THE Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) has issued an SOS after new figures reveal Welsh crews experienced one of their busiest ever periods. Read

Students enjoy royal date

STUDENTS from across Flintshire had the chance to meet royalty last week when Prince Edward paid a visit to the Castell Alun High School, Hope. Read

A MEMBER of Cilcain Young Farmers Club will attend a Rural Youth seminar in Northern Ireland next week to represent Wales.

Caroline Dawson, 25, will take part in the seminar which will discuss young people’s role in democracy. Read

‘Get your flu jab’ call goes out to those most at risk

VULNERABLE Flintshire residents are being urged to get immunised against flu. Read

Warm welcome for delegation

A DELEGATION of Ministers from a number of Bangladeshi government agencies were welcomed to the Country Spice restaurant in Hope for a celebratory dinner. Read

Take a jump to help children

THRILL seekers are in for a treat. Read

Injured teenager found

A YOUNG man suffered minor injuries on a Flint street during the early hours of last Sunday. Read

Singer’s note-able award

AFTER a decade of harmonies, Tom Wayles, chairman of Mold Barbershop Harmony Club has stepped down. Read

Macmillian coffee event is a success

A COFFEE morning at Gwernaffield Church Hall raised £260 for Macmillan Cancer Support. Read

Start spreading the news... students leave for Big Apple

NO FEWER than 40 drama students and teachers from Flint High School fly out to New York today (Friday) for a half-term extravaganza. Read



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