Cardiff Met FC are celebrating after becoming the first university to reach the UEFA Europa League, after an exciting play-off final against Bala Town on Sunday, where they won 3-1 with a penalty shoot-out.
The National Assembly for Wales’ Petition Committee will today debate a petition put forward by the South Wales Chamber of Commerce, calling for the Welsh Government to give the go ahead for the much talked about M4 Relief Road.
As we approach the third anniversary of the referendum, and despite the Prime Minister invoking Article 50 and beginning the time limited two-year negotiating period that set the UK on the path to leave the European Union, the UK remains a full member. Senior Investment Analyst at Quantum Advisory, Matthew Tucker, explains what might happen next, including the possibility of a second referendum.
Dr Mikel Mellick, a Psychologist from Cardiff Metropolitan University, is working with leaders within national sporting body Sport Wales to upskill staff on management of mental health issues in sport.
The Women in Investment Awards 2019 has revealed this year’s full list of nominees – which includes a Partner at Cardiff-based Quantum Advisory, Amanda Burdge.
From 15 May, the rules for couples claiming pension credit is changing.
Published poet and Cardiff Met Creative Writing lecturer Christina Thatcher has led lively reading, writing and reciting sessions with primary learners at Llanishen Library.
A former Christ College Brecon pupil has walked up Pen y Fan, South Wales’ highest peak, for 365 consecutive days. Des Lally embarked upon the challenge in March 2018 to raise vital funds for charities Help for Heroes and Cancer Research UK.
Welsh aluminium fabricator, Dudley’s Aluminium, has welcomed an additional member to the team, as the fabricator’s mark on the industry continues to grow.
One of the UK’s leading insurance brokers has appointed an experienced new director to drive the company’s ongoing success in the West Country and Channel Islands.