Latest Isle of Anglesey Stories
By Shirley Anne SHIRLEY Anne Owen's paintings and drawings reveal the beauty and wildness of the Welsh coast, captured in the deep of winter.
By Darren Devine ANTI-NUCLEAR campaigners yesterday welcomed moves by an energy firm to sell land it bought up around Wales' only remaining atomic power plant.
COUNCIL chiefs on Anglesey say they are keen to build on the success of the island's airport by opening new routes to other cities - including possibly Dublin and London. Highland Airways operates an 18 seater Jetstream 31 aircraft on the route from Anglesey Airport/Maes Awyr Mon direct to Cardiff.
A NORTH WALES airport that runs flights between Anglesey and South Wales wants to extend its range of routes, it was reported yesterday. The airport, which runs two daily flights between Valley in Anglesey and Cardiff, wants to introduce flights from North Wales to London and Dublin.
By Aled Blake ANGLESEY Mining yesterday said it had still not come to a formal agreement over the sale of its Parys Mountain site to an Australian firm. An offer to acquire the Parys Mountain mine in Anglesey was made by Western Metals of Perth in April.
A SIGNIFICANT fall in the price of zinc from its 2007 peak has affected Anglesey Mining's plan for the next stage of its Parys Mountain project, the group said yesterday.
THE RNLI has voiced its concerns about the strike action.
IT was meant to be a 300-mile cycle in the sun for two teachers on a summer fundraising mission. But the elements ensured it was more of a battle.
By David Williamson THE likelihood of a new nuclear power station on Anglesey may have edged closer following the collapse of French energy giant EDF's pounds 12bn bid to buy British Energy.
By DAVID JONES ANGLESEY Mining is reporting a profit of more than pounds 10m for the year ended March 31, 2008, as work continues to sell a project in North Wales and to bring an iron ore mine into production in North America.
- In Roman antiquity, the return of a person who had been banished, or taken prisoner by an enemy, to his old condition and former privileges.
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