In October, tributes were paid to a ‘fantastic’ Flintshire musician who died in a crash.

Jon Kennedy died in a road traffic collision near Broughton on the morning of Monday, September 25.

The 46-year-old was from the Buckley area and was a talented musician.

A magistrate stepped down from his post after almost two decades because he wouldn't punish people for breaching a policy he deemed to be unfair.

The Leader: Nick Colbourne, from Wrexham, served as a Magistrate in Mold and Wrexham Law Courts for 18 years.

The 66-year-old former police officer and Wrexham county councillor said his main reason for the decision to step down is his opposition to the nationally imposed 20mph scheme.

The parents of a murdered young mum spoke of their relief after a government U-turn on parental law meant a “bitter-sweet” victory to their campaign.

Karen Robinson and Paul Ward had been campaigning for a change in the law since Russell Marsh was convicted of brutally murdering their 27-year-old daughter Jade.

The Leader: Approximately 16 ambulance vehicles were spotted queuing outside Wrexham Maelor Hospital’s A&E department.

Due to significant demand on one particular day which spilled overnight at the hospital, ambulances were delayed further the following day, causing noticeable queues to form outside of the A&E department.

A Wrexham driving instructor said the new blanket 20mph is causing “confusion, chaos and mayhem”.

The Leader: Stuart Walker, a driving instructor and consultant with SWT Driver and Training Consultancy, has 35 years of experience in the sector.

The Leader went on a drive with him around Wrexham to see first-hand some of the issues motorists were facing because of the new 20mph limit.

A teenager bravely spoke of her experiences after a sex offender tried to bribe her into providing him with indecent images of herself.

Chloe Gibbs bravely chose to lift her anonymity in order to share her story and to encourage other victims to speak out.

Tributes were paid to a charity founder who spent her life giving children across North Wales opportunities and incredible memories.

North Wales Superkids founder Margaret Williams MBE died peacefully surrounded by her family, aged 74.