Cardiff Bay’s leading entertainment destination, The Red Dragon Centre, has introduced a multitude of additional health and safety measures with the wellbeing of both visitors and staff at the heart.
Leading Welsh aluminium fabricator, Dudley’s Aluminium, has begun work on two police headquarters in South Wales.
Cardiff is set to trial its very first Demand Response Transport (DRT) scheme where passengers can remotely book bus journeys and schedules are altered according to demand.
Heather Myers, CEO at South and Mid Wales Chambers of Commerce, comments on the government’s proposed post-Brexit border controls, including the additional £50m of grant funding to support customs agents.
With international travel all but banned for non-essential trips, NAT Group has announced it will discontinue its overseas operations and focus all of its efforts on running high quality bus services and private hire throughout the UK.
The President of the South Wales Chamber of Commerce has responded to the announcement that the furlough scheme has been extended.
Christ College Brecon has welcomed a new Director of Outdoor Education who will join the school from The British Army.