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Appeal for missing Anglesey man Richard Jones

North Wales Police are appealing for information in the search for a man from Anglesey who hasn't been seen since Tuesday afternoon.

Richard Jones has not been seen since March 25 Credit: North Wales Police

A red VW Golf car belonging to Richard Jones, from Bodedern, was found at the car park at Benllech beach at 10.57pm last night.

He was wearing navy trainers and a white long-sleeved top.


Gwynedd and Anglesey 'have some of the most peaceful neighbourhoods in the UK'

The Menai Bridge connects Anglesey with mainland Wales Credit: PA

Gwynedd and Anglesey appear to have amongst the most peaceful neighbourhoods in the UK, according to research by Churchill Home Insurance.

Both had a low number of statutory nuisance complaints per person, between January and September last year.

Number of statutory nuisance complaints received (Number of statutory nuisance complaints per 1,000 residents).

Isles of Scilly - 0 (0)

Gwynedd - 69 (0.6)

Worcestershire - 334 (0.6)

Nottinghamshire - 750 (1)

Glasgow - 644 (1.1)

Peterborough - 217 (1.2)

Liverpool - 557 (12)

Sunderland - 378 (1.4)

Anglesey - 104 (1.5)

Amber Valley - 210 (1.7)

Ann Hughes banned from working as headteacher

The former head of an Anglesey primary school found guilty of unacceptable professional conduct by a hearing has been baned from working as a headteacher in Wales.

The General Teaching Council for Wales tribunal ruled that Ann Hughes would be allowed to work in other management roles.

Ann Hughes was headteacher at Ysgol Goronwy Owen for 17 years.

Anglesey headteacher guilty of unacceptable conduct

A former headteacher on Anglesey had been found guilty of unacceptable professional conduct.

However, an allegation that Ann Hughes was excessive in inviting a police officer to reprimand pupils when they did not pose for a school photograph was not proven.

Ann Hughes was headteacher at Ysgol Goronwy Owen, a village primary school in Benllech.

Mrs Hughes faced eight allegations at a General Teaching Council for Wales hearing in Flintshire.

Two accusations - that she failed to maintain a co-operative working relationship between staff, and failed to ensure effective communication within the school - were judged to be proven against her by the panel.

Two other accusations - that she failed to properly investigate incidents of bullying, and failed to ensure with parents effectively - were judged to be partly proven.

Four further accusations were not proven, the panel ruled.

Head asked police to reprimand pupils over photo-op

Ann Hughes was head of Ysgol Goronwy Owen in Benllech, Anglesey. Credit: ITV Wales

A headmistress was accused of being "excessive" in her response when pupils were unwilling to pose for a school photograph - by inviting a police officer to reprimand them.

Ann Hughes, who was head of Ysgol Goronwy Owen, a village primary school at Benllech, Anglesey, faces a catalogue of complaints at a hearing of the Professional Conduct Committee of the General Teaching Council for Wales.

The list of accusations against her included that she failed to investigate bullying, shouted excessively, highlighted parents' complaints during assembly potentially identifying pupils, engaged in unnecessary open criticism of children's mistakes, and imposed excessive punishment.

Mrs Hughes failed to create a cooperative working relationship among staff at the school, the GTCW was also told at Ewloe. The hearing is scheduled to last until Friday.

The head was suspended from the school in 2011. Credit: ITV Wales

Mrs Hughes was suspended in 2011 and later dismissed.

The school was engulfed in crisis that year when five of the six teachers called in sick on the same day after earlier threatening industrial action following a declaration of no confidence in Mrs Hughes, claiming there was a "climate of fear."


Residents to voice their views on Wylfa Newydd

It's hoped 'Wylfa Newydd' (New Wylfa) will boost the local economy Credit: Horizon Nuclear Power

Anglesey Council are launching a consultation today on the new nuclear power station to be built on the island.

Arthur Owen, Anglesey’s director of sustainable development, says 'a new nuclear build would bring many challenges and significant economic opportunities.'

Those living locally are urged to have their say on the project.

It's estimated that the new nuclear station will create around 1,000 permanent jobs once it is complete.

The construction phase could lead to as many as 6,000 jobs.

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Anglesey sea salt's new status 'will protect its name'

A Welsh family business that started 18 years ago has been awarded one of the highest accolades in the European culinary world - a protected food name status.

The people behind Anglesey sea salt were honoured at a special event in London today as their product joined the likes of Welsh lamb and Stilton cheese.

The move comes after foreign companies were found to be selling something falsely claiming to be Anglesey sea salt.

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