A former headteacher of a private girls' school in Denbighshire has been awarded over £200,000 for unfair dismissal.
Bernie Routledge, from Mold, took action against Howell's School in Denbigh in March.
The school has since gone into liquidation and closed.
His wife, the former head of PE at the school, was awarded over £80,000 by the same tribunal.
A ceramics company from Denbigh that makes unique swimming pools for wealthy clients has a unique problem - it can't get the staff.
Work is backed up at the warehouse until a further 15 artists can be recruited.
Bosses say Denbigh's rural location is part of the problem.
Familes with girls at one of North Wales' oldest schools have spent a desperate day trying to find alternative education -- just weeks before the start of the new term
North Wales Police are making an appeal for people not to attend an unlicenced rave in Denbigh planned for the weekend.
The force says it has received intelligence that staff were being recruited and tickets sold for the 'Lovely Lughnassa 2013' event.
Illegal raves are potentially dangerous and need to be licensed to protect those attending.
These events can cause untold damage and disruption and they are not regulated in relation to health and safety. Furthermore, they can have a great impact on members of the community living nearby.
Joe Holloway has Tourette's syndrome. It has affected his family, his schooling and his life. The condition causes physical and verbal tics which have often brought him into conflicts with others.
Joe has allowed Wales This Week to follow him so people can understand how his condition affects his behaviour.
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One in a hundred people suffer from Tourette's Syndrome, a neurological condition which causes physical and verbal tics.
Wales This Week has spent time with 17-year-old Joe Holloway, from Denbigh. His Tourette's has affected his family, his schooling and his life. He wants people to better understand how his condition affects his behaviour.
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A former mayor of Denbigh has appeared before magistrates, in connection with a series of blasts in the town.
John Larsen, 46 and from Lenten Pool, is charged with causing an explosion likely to endanger life or damage property.
He is currently on Denbigh Town Council.
His defence solicitor said: "He doesn't accept the allegations against him."
There was no application for bail, and he was remanded in custody to appear at Mold Crown Court next Monday.