One of Wales’ leading aluminium fabricators, Dudley’s Aluminium is celebrating after securing two new projects with a combined worth of more than £1million.
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With A-level results done and dusted, the next big thing on student’s mind is which university they will be going to. This seems to be the natural route for most students who are fresh out of sixth form or college but what about those who are unsure?
Harri Lloyd-Davies, President of the South Wales Chamber of Commerce, comments ahead of the possibility of ‘no deal’ in the Brexit negotiations
Leading UK specialist recruiter Acorn has made two significant rail industry appointments to support the company’s rapidly growing client needs.
Two Cardiff Met graduates are celebrating after being recognised for their creative art pieces and being presented with prestigious awards.
A railway worker from Dowlais has scooped an incredible £70,000 on a National Lottery Scratchcard and is now on track to change his life with a new car, a family holiday and investing some cash in property renovation.
A team of four Cardiff Met staff successfully took on the famous ‘Monte Carlo or Bust Rally’ last week to raise money for the University’s Student Hardship Fund. After purchasing a car for under £500, the group joined more than 70 teams to travel across five European cities in three days in aid of charity.
It’s a topic increasingly seen in the media; prominent public figures such as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex are campaigning to break down the stigma surrounding mental health with their charity, Heads Together, whilst ITV and mental health charity CALM’s campaign recently hit the headlines with 84 statues unveiled on the roof of the ITV studios to raise public awareness of male suicide.
A pub landlord and landlady from Aberdare are looking forward to splurging on a cruise to America thanks to winning £355,683.80 after they matched the five main numbers and one Lucky Star number in the EuroMillions draw on Friday 6 July.
Aside from staff pay, firms are more likely to increase their investment in training, and introduce more flexible working practices, in order to retain staff, according to a survey by the South Wales Chamber of Commerce and recruitment company Indeed.