"The future of the troubled Anglesey Council is in doubt following new legal steps in the assembly.
Late amendments to the Local Government Measure would allow ministers to force councils to merge.
It is thought the island council - already with its management under special measures - faces a merger with nearby Gwynedd
Local Government Minister Carl Sargeant told AMs on Wednesday he had ruled out wide-scale mergers.
But he said it was his duty to 'step up to the mark' in the case of failing authorities to 'do something about them'.
His comments will strengthen speculation that an announcement about the future of Anglesey council will be made in the near future."
More to follow.
UPDATE: The Anglesey Telegraph has a great story about our councillors falling out live on BBC Radio Cymru this afternoon. Read it here.