The Porthdinllaen pub fought off competition from beach bars in Australia, Florida and Dubai in the list compiled by a travel website.
The Ambulance Service has confirmed a child and a man in his 60s sustained injuries and have been taken to Gwynedd Hospital at Bangor.
A national pressure group has joined forces with campaigners to oppose plans for a pump-storage power station in Llanberis.
There is concern for more than 100 jobs at Tywyn in Gwynedd after a food manufacturing company announced it was consulting over plans to move nearly two thirds of the workforce to its base in Newport.
The Tywyn site currently employs 143 people. Halo Foods says it will remain open for staff in other sectors, and that all manufacturing jobs can be reassigned elsewhere in the company.
Mike Griffiths reports.
Halo Foods is currently reviewing options to invest in its site in Newport, Wales to become a European centre of excellence for snack bars. This would mean that the business could continue to lead the market and create new jobs in Wales in the future.
Part of the proposed business development is the consolidation of its Welsh manufacturing sites under one roof in Newport "which would enable us to grow by being more efficient, cost effective and innovate in an increasingly competitive global market" said Robin Williams, Managing Director.
– Robin Williams, Halo Foods
A 25 year lease has been agreed on the site in Newport where the newly refurbished, purposely designed site would give customers more variety and choice whilst fulfilling Halo's ambition to become a greener business.
Police have arrested six people after being called to a large disturbance when 100 people turned up for a party arranged on Facebook last night.
- A 22-year-old received a fixed penalty for Section 5 public Order·
- A 18-year-old received a caution for Section 5 public order
- A 23-year-old was charged with criminal damage to a police vehicle and has been bailed to appear before Magistrates at Caernarfon on July 2
- ·A 17-year-old has been charged with Section 5 public order and as been bailed to appear before Magistrates at Caernarfon Youth Court on July 5
- A further two males remain in custody.
A woman police sergeant was kicked and punched, and minor damage caused to a police vehicle during the trouble at Felinheli in Gwynedd.
One lane is closed for emergency repairs on the A55 Westbound between J9 (Treborth) and J8A (Holyhead Road) / A5 Holyhead Road Llanfair P.G. Britannia Bridge. There's a 30 mph speed limit.
The family of a man who died in a plane crash at Caernarfon Airport on Sunday say they are 'struggling to believe' what has happened.
37-year-old Iain Nuttall, from the Blackburn area, had been married to his wife Michelle for 14 years, and they had one child.
In a statement released by North Wales Police, Michelle said: “Iain was a wonderful and devoted father, who loved his son to pieces."
She added: "We will always love him, and he will never be forgotten."
Mr Nuttall's family said he was also 'a loving son, brother and uncle', who would will be 'sadly missed'.
Mr Nuttall joined the Kings Own Royal Border Regiment at the age of 17, where he served for around eight years.
Most recently, Mr Nuttall was working as a lorry driver, and prior to that he worked within the security industry.
His family say he had a passion for motorcycles, and enjoyed spending time out riding with friends and attending motorcycling events.
Police have revealed that three generations of one family were involved in a plane crash in Caernarfon.
It claimed the life of Iain Nuttall, a 37-year-old lorry driver from Lancashire.
Mr Nuttall's five-year-old son sustained serious head injuries in the crash.
The dead man's father, who was 61, was piloting the aircraft. He remains in a critical condition in hospital.
A man who died in a plane crash at Caernarfon Airport yesterday has been named as Iain Nuttall from the Blackburn area.
He was 37 and a lorry driver.
His five-year-old son sustained serious head injuries, and the boy's grandfather, 61, remains in critical condition in hospital.
David and Jean Hewitt were on the caravan park which adjoins Caernarfon Airport, when the crash happened yesterday morning.
They said the plane clearly appeared to be coming in too slowly and too low, and didn't reach the runway, but clipped trees and flipped over.
North Wales Police has confirmed it was three generations of the same family involved in a plane crash at Caernarfon Airport yesterday morning.
A father, who has not been named, died.
His five-year-old son sustained serious head injuries.
The boy's grandfather, 62, was flying the plane, and remains in a critical condition in hospital.
The family are from the Blackpool area, and were believed to be flying the Piper Cherokee 140 G-ATRR from Blackpool to Caernarfon, before returning to Blackpool.
A post-mortem examination is due to be carried out on Wednesday.
An eyewitness to yesterday's crash at Caernarfon Airport has told ITV News "you could tell straight away that something was wrong - [the plane] seemed to be flying too low and too slow."
Jean Hewitt, who owns a caravan at Morfa Lodge Caravan Park, adjoining to the airport, said: "We're used to seeing planes come over the park and this one wasn't flying like the others."
"We heard a loud crash and everyone went running over."