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A murder investigation is underway in Bangor tonight after a man
died after being injured outside a nightclub.
He's been as Henry Ayabowei - he was a 27 year old father
of two from Llangefni.
A 26 year old local man is being questioned on suspicion of murder.
Sachin Krishnan reports.
It was just before two o'clock yesterday morning
when officers were called
following reports that a man was unconscious outside
the Peep nightclub close to the centre of Bangor.
North Wales Police say he was injured following an assault and
their officers, along with paramedics, carried out
CPR before he was taken by ambulance to Ysbyty Gwynedd.
He was later taken to hospital in Stoke, where he died.
He was 27 and from Llangefni and has been described tonight
as a young family man.
The man originally arrested on suspicion of assault
is now being held at Caernarfon police station
after being arrested on suspicion of murder.
A major incident room has been set up
and a team of detectives are working to establish exactly what happened.
Officers want witnesses to come forward.
They are especially keen for anyone who was in the area of the club
on Dean Street with photos, video or dash cam footage from
between 1:30 and 2:15 on Saturday morning to contact them.
Universities should pay the voluntary living wage as part
of a "civic mission".
That's according to the Education Secretary, Kirsty Williams.
The minister told the Sunday Politics Wales programme she's also
calling for "much greater constraint" in setting
the pay packets of universities' highest earners.
Here's our Political Correspondent, Daniel Davies.
Anne-Marie is a cleaner at Cardiff University
and receives the living wage.
Cardiff is the only accredited living wage employer
among Welsh universities.
The Living Wage Foundation thinks people should earn
at least ?8.45 an hour to meet the cost of living,
that is higher than the UK Government's national living
wage which rose to ?7.50 this month for people aged 25 and over.
I had two jobs before to make ends meet
and it meant a lot of rushing around, you know,
working till three o'clock, going home to pick my daughter up
and then rush back to work, which was a nightmare.
I didn't have much time for anything else.
So when I came up here, it was great.
Paying the living wage cost Cardiff University ?600,000 a year.
The Welsh government headquarters is just over the road
from Cardiff University, The only Welsh university
We need those universities to recognise the power
that they have within our nation of Wales to do good.
Yes, to educate people, but to use their powers and
their resources, their facilities to contribute to the nation as a whole
and paying the living wage to all staff is an important part
of doing that.
Mrs Williams also called for a much greater constraint in the salaries
of senior staff.
In 2015, the vice chancellors of all Welsh
universities earned more than ?200,000, but senior salaries
were said to be broadly comparable with universities across the UK.
The umbrella group for higher education,
Universities Wales, said many institutions already have pay rates
that matched the voluntary living wage, even if they weren't
accredited living wage employers.
Last week, threats to jobs emerged
at University of Wales Trinity St David
and at the University of South Wales, a sign that universities
aren't feeling flush.
Onto football and Match of the Day is on next,
so if you don't want to know the Swansea City score,
now's the time to do something else.
The Swans are just a point above the Premier League relegation
zone after a frustrating goal-less draw with Middlesbrough.
The Swans enjoyed much of the possession but
could not force a goal.
In rugby, Stade Francais have beaten the Ospreys in a tense
European Challenge Cup quarter final at the Principality Stadium.
Despite being reduced to 14 men - they won by 21 points to 25.
It means there are no Welsh teams left in European competition.
A look at the weather forecast now and after a dry,
clear night with some frost, any mist or fog will clear to leave
a bright morning with sunny spells.
But cloud will thicken in the afternoon with rain moving
in from the west during the evening.
Top temperature 13 Celsius.
That's Wales Today.
We're back in Breakfast with updates from 6:25am.
From me and the late team, good night.
Some lovely spring
Some lovely spring sunshine