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£8.3m EU-backed investment to meet local business needs

The package will enable the development of new business premises to support local demand in existing ventures as well as creating new employment opportunities. 

The £12.7m Kingsway scheme in Swansea, backed with £4.5m EU funds, will provide 850m² of office space targeted at the digital sector, paving the way...Read More »


Bright outlook for Silverlining

A company which designs and produces some of the world’s finest furniture and bespoke interiors is one of a number of businesses joining Welsh Government on a vital trade mission to Hong Kong and Shanghai next month.

Silverlining, based on Wrexham Industrial Estate, is going from strength to strength,...Read More »


Access all areas – Cadw announce free entry on St David’s day

Sites including Caernarfon, Caerphilly and Kidwelly castles will be opening their doors to visitors without charge as part of Wales’s celebrations of its patron saint, believed to have died on 1 March 589.

Free entry to its sites on St David’s Day is part of Cadw, the Welsh...Read More »


Recruitment events to identify skills talent for over 100 new vacancies coming to South East Wales

The establishment of this new £30m centre, which is receiving support from the Welsh Government, was announced by the First Minister last July and is expected to create 300 highly skilled and well paid jobs. These recruitment events are part of a local employment drive to help fill...Read More »


NHS Wales responds to busiest January on record

NHS Wales Chief Executive, Andrew Goodall, said: 

“Our latest figures show that last month was the busiest ever January on record for our A&E Departments. A&E attendance by those aged 85 and over, was the second highest ever for any month on record. Flu has also had...Read More »


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