Whether it's bean bags at break time or table football at the water cooler - it's all about keeping workers energised and on the job.Read the full story ›
The Economy Minister has written to Tata steel's interim chairman to find out what changes at the top of the company will mean for its plants in Wales.
Ken Skates says the replacement of Tata's chairman and plans to consider the appointment of new Directors raise issues for Wales.
He says he's written to the interim chair, Ratan Tata, to find out what the impact might be.
I have written to Mr Ratan Tata to seek clarification on what these senior level changes mean for the future of Tata’s operations in the UK and in particular, the plants in Wales. I have also reiterated that the Welsh Government remains fully committed to delivering action to help secure a sustainable and long-term future for steelmaking in Wales.
"Will", a drama series based on the early life of Shakespeare, is being filmed in Wales - its the most expensive production shot here.Read the full story ›
A new Welsh tax on sending waste to landfill will include an especially high rate payable by people caught running or using illegal sitesRead the full story ›
On Black Friday, shops were quiet this morning but websites were inundatedRead the full story ›
The demolition bill has risen from £1 million to £4.1 million after contractors found "unprecedented" amounts of asbestos.Read the full story ›
Economy Secretary Ken Skates has announced plans for an Advanced Manufacturing & Research Institute for Deeside.Read the full story ›
Young entrepreneurs from across Wales have been taking part in a business bootcamp this weekend to help them develop their ideas.
Tom Brown-Lowe went along to find out how they've been getting on...
The UK government says it's done a "great deal" for steel, after Carwyn Jones questioned Theresa May's commitment to the industry's future.Read the full story ›