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Polling day in town council by-elections

The polls have opened in two community council by-elections on Anglesey. Two candidates each are standing in the Parc a’r Mynydd ward of Holyhead Town Council and the the rural ward of Amlwch Town Council. Polling stations at Llaingoch Community Hall and Amlwch Memorial Hall remain open until 10pm tonight. The results are expected shortly afterwards.

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Llyfrgelloedd ym Moelfre a Niwbwrch i gau

Bydd dau lyfrgell ar Ynys Môn yn cau ar ddiwedd y mis – ond mae tri arall wedi eu hachub. Mae grwpiau cymunedol wedi sicrhau prydlesi hirdymor ar gyfer llyfrgelloedd ym Miwmares a Rhosneigr. Mae cyllid wedi’i sicrhau hefyd i gadw llyfrgell Cemaes ar agor am flwyddyn arall. Ond bydd llyfrgelloedd yn Moelfre a Niwbwrch yn […]

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Two libraries to close in service shake-up

Three of Anglesey’s libraries have been saved from closure – but two will shut at the end of the month. Community groups will take over the running costs of libraries in Beaumaris and Rhosneigr after securing long-term leases. Funding has also been secured to keep Cemaes library open for at least another year. But the […]

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Express: dau’n ddieuog o dwyll tocynnau

Mae dau ddyn wedi eu cael yn ddieuog o gynllwyn i gyflawni twyll mewn cwmni bws a gollodd ei drwydded. Mae’r erlyniad wedi gollwng cyhuddiadau yn erbyn Michael Munson (52) o Lanllechid, ger Bangor, ac Aled Wyn Davies (41) o Rosgadfan – gyrwyr gyda’r cwmni Express Motors ym Mhenygroes Roedd yr ddau ddyn wedi eu cyhuddo o gyfrif mwy […]

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Two bus drivers cleared of ticket fraud

Two bus drivers working for a firm which lost its licence have been cleared of conspiring to commit fraud. Prosecutors have dropped charges against Michael Munson (52) of Llanllechid, near Bangor, and Aled Wyn Davies (41) of Rhosgadfan. They were accused of counting more cheap travel tickets than were sold in order to make dishonest earnings while […]

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Transfer Watch: Canaries swoop on Port duo

Caernarfon Town have swooped on two Porthmadog players as they continue to prepare for their Welsh Premier return. Both Cai Jones and Sion Bradley figured strongly for the Traeth side last season – but make the move up to the top flight as Cofis manager Sean Eardley strengthen his strikeforce. Bradley, thought to be one […]

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Gwyl Gottwood ‘bron heb ddigwyddiad’

Mae’r heddlu wedi canmol dadlenwyr ar ôl gwyl Gottwood yn Llanfaethlu. Roedd swyddogion wedi rhybuddio ymwelwyr rhag cymryd sylweddau cyn y digwyddiad cerddoriaeth electronig pedwar diwrnod a gynhaliwyd ar dir ystâd Carreglwyd. Yn ôl Prif Arolygydd Ynys Môn, Mark Armstrong, rhoddwyd symiau bach o ketamine a MDMA i finiau amnest cyffuriau. Roedd pryderon ar ôl […]

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Joseph Dowley: remains to be exhumed in cold case

Human remains will be exhumed from a graveyard to establish whether they belong to an Irishman who went missing 33 years ago. Menai Bridge Cemetery will be closed on Tuesday (19th June) to allow police and forensic experts to exhume unidentified remains discovered on Rhosneigr beach in 1985. Police believe there is a ”strong possibility” […]

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Dyn wedi ei gyhuddo o ymosod ar gyn-bartner

Mae dyn o Fangor wedi cael ei gyhuddo o ymosod ar ei gyn-bartner. Mae Alex Lewis (54) o Minffordd wedi gwadu tri cyhuddiad o ymosodiad cyffredin yn erbyn merch o Bethesda. Bydd yn mynd ar brawf fis nesaf. Mae hefyd wedi pledio’n ddieuog i saith cyhuddiad o dorri gorchymyn atal. Gwrthodwyd mechnïaeth i Lewis gan ynadon Llandudno […]

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Bangor man denies assaulting ex-partner

A Bangor man accused of assaulting his former partner is to stand trial next month. Alex Lewis from Minffordd denies three charges of common assault against a Bethesda woman. He also pleaded not guilty to seven counts of breaching a restraining order. Lewis (54) was refused bail by Llandudno magistrates at the weekend. He was […]

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