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Denbighshire school closed after gas smell

A council in north Wales has taken the decision to close a local school after reports of a smell of gas.

Blessed Edward Jones School was closed on Thursday afternoon Credit: Google Maps

Denbighshire County Council confirmed gas engineers have been notified.

Protection of historical place names drawn in Assembly ballot

A proposal for a new law to protect historical place names in Wales has been drawn in the first Member Bill ballot of the Fifth Assembly.

Member Bill ballots are designed to allow AMs who are not ministers or cabinet secretaries to bring forward proposals for new laws.

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Assembly Member for South Wales West Dai LLoyd’s name was drawn at random and he now has 25 working days to bring forward a motion asking the Assembly to vote on whether or not the Bill should be introduced.

A total of 29 suggestions were submitted for the ballot.

Plaid AM, Steffan Lewis, had proposed a bill to tighten rules on educational trips, but his proposal was not drawn in the ballot.

Poll: Should shouting in the classroom be banned?

As a school in Swansea wins a top award for banning shouting in the classroom, ITV Cymru Wales asks you if it is a good idea?

Ysgol Gynradd Gymraeg Llwynderw has a 'no shouting' policy, with teachers using other ways of attracting children's attention, like singing.

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ITV Cymru Wales would like to know what you think.

Should shouting in the classroom be banned?

Take our poll.

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