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Roads: Collision closes Holyhead Road both ways

The A5 is closed both ways due to recovery work and an accident involving one vehicle between A55 J6 / A5114 (Llangefni / Llangristiolus) and B4422 (Rhostrehwfa).

Traffic is light at the moment but it will affect traffic heading from the A55 to and from Llangefni.

Airline on Cardiff-Anglesey route replaced

The airline which operates the Cardiff to Anglesey route has been replaced after safety concerns.

Credit: Linksair

LinksAir has been the operator for the last few years, but the UK Civil Aviation Authority has now suspended the airline's safety certificate.

The Welsh Government subsidises the flight and says the service will continue as normal with a new airline.


Roads: A55 closed after 'serious collisions'

The Air Ambulance has just left the scene of two serious collisions on the A55 Westbound between J4 Llanfihangel and J3 Valley.

The road has been closed in both directions to allow the North West Air Ambulance to attend the scene.


Whale vomit found on Anglesey beach sells for £11,000

A lump of whale vomit found by a dog walker on a beach on Anglesey has been sold at auction for £11,000.

The chunk of ambergris weighed around 1kg. Credit: Adam Partridge Auctioneers

The ambergris is used to make perfume.

Adam Partridge Auctioneers estimated its price at £7,000 - but it sold today for comfortably more.

The UK bidder who won the auction wished to remain anonymous.

How greasy spoon cafe got into the Good Food Guide

A greasy spoon cafe on a caravan site in Wales has changed its menu and made it one of the best places to eat in Britain.

It all started with a £3 pound, all day breakfast. But now The Marram Grass Cafe, housed in an old potting shed with a tin roof is a new entry in the 2016 Good Food Guide.

Carole Green went to take a look at what's on the menu:

Police investigate theft of tens of thousands of bees

North Wales Police is investing the theft of three queen bees and 30,000 bees from an Anglesey farm.

Three queen bees and 30,000 bees were stolen. Credit: PA

The bees, which are described as being bred to be ‘calm’, were taken from three hives on a farm on the outskirts of Cemaes Bay sometime between July 30th and August 4th.

Police say the thief may be an expert on bees.

Bees are currently of national interests and we believe the offender/s knows about bee keeping.

We are appealing to the bee keeping community for information relating to the thefts.

– Sergeant Gareth Rees, Llangefni Police

Anyone with information is asked to dial 101.

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