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Deputy minister for food Alun Davies At the launch of the Clwydian Range Food Trail at Loggerheads are David Shiel, Countryside Officer for the Clwydian Range AONB; Jane Clough, of Caffi Florence at Loggerheads; and Geoff Morgan, Chairman of the Clwydian Range Tourism Group
The boundary stone at Loggerheads was established in the 1760s to resolve a row over mineral rights between the Lords of Mold and the Grosvenor Estate - a bitter dispute that lasted for more than 10 years and was finally settled in the High Court.
The gift of the boulders is an example of the excellent relationship between us and our close neighbours at Loggerheads.
Summary: Two of England's teaching unions are at loggerheads over the future of national curriculum tests for 11-year-olds.
Both sides have been at loggerheads for several months over issues of salary and benefits.
Brookside (C4): Christy is forced to reveal the truth to Emily and Jacqui and Max are at loggerheads.
When Ashley's small village school was shut, a new one was built at Loggerheads, just a short walk from Tudor Lodge.
STAFF at Loggerheads Country Park are celebrating being honoured the prestigious Green Flag Award.
Santa Clarita and Phoenix-based RFI are at loggerheads over the best way to proceed with that effort.
Moderates and Religious Right activists have been at loggerheads in the state, and the survey questions didn't help.