Residents near a fire in Llandudno Junction are being advised to keep their windows and doors shut due to smoke.
Fire crews are still on scene and are damping down.
Investigations into the cause of the fire are still ongoing and work is underway to restore the power supply to properties in the area.
Firefighters in North Wales are damping down at the scene of a large fire at a laundry firm in Llandudno Junction.
More than 40 firefighters tackled the blaze at Express Linen Services on Vale Road. Noone was in the building.
A number of properties were evacuated.
One person was treated for smoke inhalation. An investigation's underway into the cause.
Firefighters in North Wales are tackling a large fire at a laundry firm in Llandudno Junction which broke out around seven this evening.
Eight appliances are at the blaze at Express Linen Services on Vale Road - along with police and ambulances.
No one was in the building but there have been problems with smoke inhalation in the surrounding area.
Today's 6.30am Arriva Trains Wales service from Blaenau Ffestiniog to Llandudno Junction has been cancelled. A member of train crew is unavailable.
Firefighters have been tackling a fire at a recycling centre at Llandudno Junction.
They say waste wood and a lorry were damaged at the facility on Ffordd Maelgwyn in the early hours. At its height more than 20 personnel were involved in fighting the fire.
Buses replace trains between Llandudno Junction and Blaenau Ffestiniog because of flooding.
CCTV footage has been released after a 4x4 vehicle went missing from a Welsh car dealership last week.
A man is seen driving the vehicle, worth £6,000, from the Llandudno Junction Car Centre.
North Wales Police are asking anyone with information to call 101.
The mother of a sailor whose boat capsized in the Pacific Ocean has spoken of her relief that he's been rescued.
The yacht carrying 52-year-old Stephen Jones from Llandudno Junction and his partner overturned between Tonga and New Zealand two days ago.
Elizabeth Jones told ITV Wales: "They really thought that was it. He was praying to everybody he could think of."
A Welsh sailor and his partner have been rescued from the Pacific this morning after their yacht overturned between Tonga and New Zealand.
52-year-old Stephen Jones from Llandudno Junction and 43-year-old Tanya Davies from Auckland became stranded after leaving Tonga on Wednesday.
Their yacht Windigo overturned 700km southwest of Tonga and 1,260km northwest of New Zealand.
Both sustained head injuries, although they are not believed to be serious. Mr Jones also suffered a back injury.
Search and Rescue Mission Co-ordinator Keith Allen, from the Rescue Coordination Centre New Zealand (RCCNZ), said heaving lines were lowered from a cargo vessel to the damaged yacht, and the pair pulled abroad.
The New Zealand Maritime agency says the seas have been too rough to attempt a rescue of a sailor from Llandudno Junction and her partner from their yacht in the Pacific Ocean.
The damaged yacht Windigo remains afloat with Stephen Jones and his partner Tanya Davies onboard between Tonga and New Zealand.
The cargo ship Chengtu arrived at the yacht’s position at around 03:40 this morning and is remaining on scene. The yacht Adventure Bound has also been on the scene overnight and has maintained contact with the crew on board Windigo.