Forces RAF Sealand Community Information Portal

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BBC News: NHS 'needs extra cash and overhaul'
Thursday 23rd October 2014

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Welcome to your Forces RAF Sealand Community Information Portal for the Mold area

This portal gives you super quick access to local news and information around RAF Sealand and the Mold area - plus the very best of the internet! Enter any UK postcode in the Your Location tab (top right) and all the local news, events and links currently set for RAF Sealand will relocate for you! This will allow you to use this same site while you are travelling on business or on holiday - so you don't have to learn lots of different websites to have an in depth view of another area. So to save time and money make this 2day portal your homepage (Click the 'Make Homepage' button in Tools.)

TIP! Can't find something? Use the Search Box above and click Local to search this portal instantly for both local information and the Best of the Web.

Historic Photos, Maps & Jigsaws of RAF Sealand
Why not click below for some amazing old photos or maps of RAF Sealand or the Mold area in days gone by!


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Live BBC News for Flintshire

Rapist Evans issues video statement

Footballer Ched Evans releases a video statement in which he says he is "determined to continue the fight" to clear his name.

Town's first train for 50 years

It is full steam ahead at last for railway enthusiasts who are celebrating the first trains at Corwen station in half a century.

Concern over social worker caseloads

Worries a similar case to that of Baby P, where a child died because of abuse, could happen in Wales because of the large workloads of social workers, are raised by unions.

Rhyl charity fraudster jailed

A man from Rhyl is jailed for 18 months after swindling more than £20,000 from a charity he set up to help children suffering with cancer.

Inquest opens into double fire death

Corner opens and adjourns inquest of two men killed in a fire at a flat in Llanrwst.

Man defrauded grandfather of £20,000

A man who defrauded his grandfather of £20,000 after he persuaded him to let him manage his accounts is jailed for three-and-a-half years.

48-hour rail strike in ongoing row

Conductors on Arriva Trains Wales services in north Wales are to hold a second strike in a row over the dismissal of two union members.