Opponents say that offshore power and Wylfa Newydd's power could instead be piped under the sea - the most costly option.
UK cuisine may not be as celebrated as other countries' gourmet offerings - but more than 60 British foods can now claim protected status.
Ray Williams won gold for Wales in the 1986 Commonwealth Games. His father only started to test out his strength when he turned 50.
A 80-year-old man from Holywell has been released on bail after being arrested on suspicion of manslaughter through gross negligence.
It follows the death of 47-year-old Nicholas Lloyd Davies, also from the town.
He was taken ill on November 20 and died in hospital on November 25.
A spokesperson for North Wales Police said the force was awaiting test results following a post mortem.
An art-deco cinema will re-open today after a £460,000 overhaul. The Empire cinema now features a soft play area, a laser shooting maze and will show the latest hollywood blockbusters.
It's the only movie theatre on Anglesey and has had several refurbishments since its opening in 1920.
The funding was awarded to Holyhead Town Council from the Welsh Government and Anglesey County Council earlier this year.
The refurbishment of the Empire cinema will create 8 jobs and hopes to bring a new lease of life to the streets of Holyhead.
– RSPCA Inspector, Mike Pugh
'This kind of rescue happens from time to time and we’re grateful for the vigilance of power station staff. We’re really happy that this seal was unhurt by her adventure and we could return her safely to the sea'
A female grey seal has been rescued from the Wylfa power station on Anglesey.
She had a lucky escape after strong currents dragged her into the nuclear power station which is situated on Anglesey
Staff alerted the RSPCA after discovering her in one of the cooling chambers.
Luckily the seal was unharmed and after a quick health check she was returned to the sea near Cemaes Bay.
A proposed nuclear power station on Anglesey has been given the name 'Wylfa Newydd', Horizon Nuclear Power has revealed.
The group said the name, which translates as 'New Wylfa', was chosen in recognition of "the opportunities and benefits it will bring to the island in the years ahead".
Japanese industrial giants Hitachi stepped in after developers E.ON and RWE pulled out of the project, initially referred to as 'Wylfa B'.
Mystery continues to surround the death of an MI6 spy from Wales, whose body was found in a padlocked sports bag.
It follows a three-year investigation by the Metropolitan Police into the death of Gareth Williams, from Anglesey, which concluded that his death was probably an accident.
But Mr Williams' family say they are standing by the findings of an inquest last year - that he had been unlawfully killed.
Deputy Assistant Commissioner Martin Hewitt, of the Metropolitan Police, says there remains "gaps in understanding" regarding the death of MI6 worker Gareth Williams.
But he has concluded, following two years of investigation, that it is "most probable" that the codebreaker was alone at the time of his death.
Deputy Assistant Commissioner Martin Hewitt from Specialist Crime and Operations, which oversaw the investigation, said 'many questions remain unanswered' over Gareth Williams' death.
Speaking today, he said: "Despite all of the considerable effort, it is still the case that there is insufficient evidence to be definitive in the circumstances that led to Gareth's death."
The police believe it is theoretically possible for someone to have locked themselves into the holdall - and believe Gareth died after doing so.
Unlike the inquest, where the coroner suggested there could have been third party involvement, today the police say they can't see any evidence to suggest that someone was in Gareth's flat at the time of his death.
In addition, they say that having spoken to 27 Secret Intelligence Services and GCHQ staff, plus looking at Gareth's personnel file, there is no evidence that his death was related to his work.
Gareth's family have asked not to be contacted by media - or their legal representatives.
But in a statement they say they are "naturally disappointed that it is still not possible to state with certainty how Gareth died and the fact that the circumstances of his death are still unknown adds to our grief."
Spy's family disagree with new police conclusion. They back coroner's view prob unlawfully killed. Again criticise MI6 failures after death