LEADING independent school Christ College, Brecon, has been judged as ‘excellent’ in all five inspection areas in its latest Estyn report.
With the news that construction giant Carillion has gone into liquidation with a pension deficit of nearly £1bn, Stuart Price, Partner and Actuary at Quantum Advisory, explains what will likely happen to the 28,500 employees who have a pension with the collapsed company.
Welsh researchers are on track to make a life-saving medical breakthrough, thanks in part to a generous donation from a much-loved high street chain.
Business leaders across Wales are being invited to enter the IoD Wales Director of the Year Awards 2018.
THE Cardiff Capital Region (CCR) Cabinet today (January 15) agreed to support in principle the £180million re-development of Cardiff’s main transport hub with £40m of City Deal funding.
Cytunodd Cabinet Prifddinas-Ranbarth Caerdydd (CCR) heddiw (y 15fed o Ionawr) i gefnogi mewn egwyddor yr ailddatblygiad £180 miliwn ar brif ganolfan drafnidiaeth Caerdydd, gyda £40 miliwn o gyllid y Fargen Ddinesig.
Thanks to a combination of miserable weather, New Year diets and empty pockets post-Christmas, January is often seen as the most depressing month of the year, culminating in Blue Monday on the third Monday of the month.
A leading Welsh medical supply company has signed a deal to become the sole provider of single use arthroscopes in the UK in a move that could see huge cost savings to hospitals and drastically cut the risk of infections.
Blue Monday; apparently the most depressing day of the year following all the fun festivities and dealing with the headaches, debt and miserable weather that follow. If, like most of us, you ate too many mince pies or enjoyed a bit too much mulled wine, your body won’t be in the best position when it comes to fighting off the usual winter viruses and it’s normal to feel a little sluggish. Rather than focussing on the post-Christmas blues and overindulgences, try and use the fact that it’s a whole new year as a spur to really focus on your health and fitness.
IT will be a case of like father, like son for Alastair and William Milburn when they take part in the 2018 London Marathon to raise money for Cancer Research Wales.