In July, the family of a murdered young Buckley man urged members of the the public to get behind an anti-knife crime campaign.

The call, from the family of Steven Wilkinson, came after his killer was handed a life sentence.

A Wrexham Police Inspector issued a plea to dog owners after several cases in the preceding weeks of the animals being “out of control”.

Wrexham Inspector Rob Stevenson told the Leader there had been an “emerging trend” of such incidents.

The Leader: The family of a man who died following a road traffic collision in Wrexham paid tribute to him.

Ryan Anthony Bagnall was 26 years old and came from the Gwersyllt area.

Concerns were raised after an 84-year-old man was left lying on a cold concrete floor waiting 11 hours for an ambulance.

Family members were initially told the ambulance would be there in under an hour when David Griffiths, from Buckley, tripped and fell in a narrow concreted part of his front garden.

The Leader: A woman said she felt “forever unsafe” outside her own home after a digger overturned onto her driveway in the latest crash to take place there.

Lesley Knight, resident at Pentrefelin Mill on the A542 road out of Llangollen towards the Horseshoe Pass, described how as she was getting ready to leave her home – she heard the crash outside.

It was announced that Flintshire Council was to hold a public inquiry into flooding in the county.

The Leader: Residents were encouraged to have their say on whether they felt flood prevention was being addressed appropriately.

A man was jailed for killing another driver by ploughing into his car in what a judge called a “deliberate and self-absorbed” suicide attempt.

Damien Roberts, 27, was found guilty of the manslaughter of 49-year-old Robert Mills on December 2, 2022, by a jury at Stafford Crown Court.

And it was said that Flintshire Council’s decision to increase heating bills for residents living in its communal complexes would stand, despite pleas that people were "choosing between heating and eating.”