Councillors in Conwy will be discussing the future of Colwyn Bay's Victorian Pier this morning.
There are a number of options to be considered with demolition the most radical.
It's been estimated that it would cost up to £15 million pound to restore it.
The issue has been dogged by controversy with a simmering dispute over ownership between the council and the pier's former owner Steve Hunt.
This morning a small band of pier supporters gathered outside the council chamber calling for the pier to be saved.
A decision is due later today over the future of Colwyn Bay pier.
The pier was closed in 2008 and has stood empty since.
Many people are concerned the council will choose to demolish the landmark.
The pier was opened in 1901 and has hosted performances from the likes of Morecambe and Wise, Elvis Costello, Motorhead and Harry Secombe.
An historic pier which has dominated the sea front of a north Wales resort town could be demolished amid a row about its future.
The demolition of the Colwyn Bay pier is one of several options to be considered by councillors on Thursday.
Lorna Prichard reports.
Proposals for the next stage of work on transforming Colwyn Bay promenade go on display to the public today.
The plans for the Waterfront Project will be submitted to the borough council this week.
A grant of £5m from the Welsh Government has been earmarked for coastal defence works, the pier and the promenade. Work will also focus on improving the links between the prom and the town.
An information event for the public will be held today at Porth Eirias.
It has taken years of planning and millions of pounds in investment to rejuvenate Colwyn Bay as a seaside destination. This week they opened the latest atttraction at the North Wales town - a brand new water sports centre. Ian Lang has been to take a look.
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Our reporter Rob Shelley braved the lemur enclosure to find out how staff are planning to spend their winnings...
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The RSPCA's reunited an African Grey parrot with his relieved owner.
Geoffrey Kerwin was on holiday with his wife and pet parrot, Jake, at their caravan near Abergele when the bird decided to fly through a door which had been left open by accident.
Several days later Jake was spotted sitting on top of a car 10 miles away in Colwyn Bay.
He was enticed into a cage and a check on the RSPCA's database meant he was back at home the next day.
Thousand of people attended this weekend's Access All Eirias Festival in Colwyn Bay.
Little Mix and Connor Maynard among others performed at the music event held in Parc Eirias.
A woman was winched to safety after falling on to rocks in Colwyn Bay yesterday afternoon. Holyhead Coastguard says they received a call from the ambulance service at around 4pm to say a woman had fallen 15 feet on to rocks and was complaining of neck and back pain.
The ambulance crew were unable to reach her and so a Sea King helicopter from RAF Valley was called to assist. The woman was winched from the rocks and then taken to hospital by ambulance.
RAF Valley crews also airlifted a 50-year-old man from the Halfway House on Snowdon last night after he fell and broke his ankle.