A Holyhead dog left basket-bound after losing his sight has found an unlikely guide in the form of a stray cat.
Coleg Menai is helping students learn cruise industry skills to recruit people into an industry with considerable growth potential.
Staff at Swansea, Milford Haven and Holyhead coastguard stations walk out for an hour, and DVLA staff in Swansea will also hold a protest.
The ferry operator Stena Line - which operates out of Holyhead - says it's too early to say how many jobs will be lost in Wales follow a decision to make 200 workers redundant across Europe.
The positions under threat will be shore-based and not affect operations, says the company.
The RMT Union says around 50 staff will lose their jobs in the UK and they have been identified as clerical, call centre and managerial positions.
The company behind a new nuclear power station at Wylfa on Anglesey have met with politicians on the island.
The Horizon project would create thousands of jobs if a new power station is built.
First Minister Carwyn Jones and MP for Anglesey, Albert Owen, have arrived at a meeting in Holyhead. They will be joined by Welsh Secretary David Jones as well as business leaders on the island.
The meeting is taking place on HMS St Albans which is docked in the town's harbour.
– David Jones, Secretary of State for Wales
"Not only does this reception provide us with the opportunity to mark the very important investment Hitachi has made in North Wales, it also allows us to demonstrate the value we place in the Royal Navy, and the role this ship in particular plays in keeping our international waters safe.
"I'm delighted to show Mr Hanyu and his Hitachi colleagues the significance of their investment in Horizon to our local and national economies."
A business event to be held on HMS St Albans will celebrate Japanese firm Hitachi in buying Horizon Nuclear Power. The company holds the rights to build a nuclear reactor at Wylfa on Anglesey.
The deputy chairman of Hitachi Europe, Masaharu Hanyu will lead the Hitachi delegation for the reception.
Representatives from Anglesey Energy Island, the Welsh Government, the Office for Nuclear Development and local stakeholders looking to capitalise on investment opportunities will also attend.
A 45-year-old woman will appear at Caernarfon magistrates court tomorrow morning charged with criminal damage following a fire at a Travelodge hotel in Holyhead, Anglesey.
Police began investigating after the early morning fire yesterday. Nobody was hurt in the incident.
Two people have been arrested on suspicion of arson after a fire at a Travelodge in Holyhead.
Police attended the fire at 12.50am this morning.
Nobody was injured in the incident, but North Wales Police and North Wales Fire and Rescue service are carrying out a joint investigation.
– Jim Woodcock, Anglesey County Council
Like all town centres in United Kingdom, Holyhead is going through some difficult times.
Town centres need to be distinct and find a new way of attracting visitors and shoppers. Finding local solutions is therefore key to Holyhead moving forward.
We would therefore greatly value input from the local community and businesses when meeting the consultancy team and help us shape the emerging ideas in creating a bright future for the town centre.
Holyhead's residents, organisations and businesses are being invited to discuss the future of its town centre.
A day of events is planned as part of Anglesey County Council's commitment to regenerating the town.
It is hoped that ideas generated will help attract new visitors and investment to the town.
A breakfast meeting will be held in the Internet Cafe on Market Street between 8am and 9am followed by a drop-in session at 7-13 Market Street from 11am.
There's disruption on Stena Line services between Holyhead and Dublin because of a technical problem.
The 08:55 and 20:30 sailings from Holyhead are cancelled, as is the 15:10 sailing from Dublin