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Father who died after Bangor nightclub incident named

A man who died following an incident at a nightclub in Bangor in the early hours of Saturday morning has been named by police.

Henry Ayabowei died following the incident in the early hours of April 1st. Credit: North Wales Police

27-year-old Henry Ayabowei from Llangefni, who is a father of two, was found unconscious outside the Peep nightclub following reports of an assault. He later died in hospital.

In a statement on its Facebook page, Llanfairpwll FC, who Mr Ayabowei played for, paid tribute to the man also known locally as Henry "Romeo" Esin.

It is with great regret that we have just heard the tragic news that Henry "Romeo" Esin has passed away as a result of the injuries received.

We offer Henry's family and friends our sincerest condolences at this most heartbreaking time. Gone but never forgotten, a true gentleman in every sense.

– Llanfairpwll FC statement

A 26-year-old local man has been arrested on suspicion of murder.


2 Sisters plans to transfer work to Llangefni

2 Sisters Food Group has told ITV News that it bought 11 processing plant sites around the UK six weeks ago.

It says they were all operating below capacity, losing money and had an uncertain future.

It plans to transfer work from other sites to Llangefni, but says that is not confirmed at this stage.

A consultation process with workers will start soon, and the jobs could potentially be created in one or two years' time.

It says its plans are about creating security for the future, which had looked bleak.

Up to 300 new jobs at Llangefni meat plant

Up to 300 new jobs could be created at a chicken processing plant on Anglesey according to the Unite union.

Paddy McNaught says the owners have begun a consultation process over creating an extra shift.

He said the news showed the "commitment of the new owners to the Llangefni plant."

The Unite union has welcomed the news saying that it was part of the Birmingham based groups plan to expand sites where they already operate.

In November last year the site in Llangefni was put at risk of closure after Vion decided to sell its UK businesses to focus on its core European markets.

Bidders for 'Wylfa B' project due to be announced

An agreement which will develop skills in Wales' energy sector is being signed today.

Anglesey will be the focus for the training programme which it's hoped will bring new investment and jobs.

The island is currently waiting for a decision on whether a new power plant will be build at Wylfa, with bidders for that due to be announced later.

Philip Steele, from campaign group 'People Against Wylfa B' , opposes plans for a new nuclear plant.

"A lot of the jobs will be going to people with no connection to the local area at all and contractors have already found this", he claims.