Denbighshire Council have relocated 4 CCTV cameras to provide further reassurance to the public in the areaswhich were most affected by the floods.
Denbighshire's Cabinet Lead Member for Environment, Councillor David Smith:
"The cameras will help provide reassurance to owners of empty properties and act as an additional deterrent to would-be criminals or anyone hoping to take advantage of potentially vulnerable home owners and families in the months ahead."
It's normally the postie's job to deliver gifts at this time of year but today a postman in Ruthin will be the one receiving a special delivery.
Following the floods earlier this month, Welsh Secretary David Jones, will visit the Glasdir Estate in Ruthin to offer his personal thanks to the postman who summoned help from the local sorting office as he began to see the water rising.
Eleven staff came out to help residents save their valuables and check that people were safe.
As a gift to say thank you the Welsh Secretary will give the staff a bottle of House of Commons scotch.
There are calls for more support for the many families who were driven out of their homes in the St Asaph and Ruthin floods. Many of them didn't have full insurance and even those with cover face months in temporary accommodation.
There are also fresh fears about cowboy builders targetting the most vulnerable, as Ian Lang reports.
Chris Ruane, MP for the Vale of Clwyd, says he's hugely concerned that people living in high flood-risk areas, including hundreds from St Asaph in his constituency, will be 'uninsurable' in future. He says he's already spoken to many people who there who had no insurance policy.