Murco has denied rumours the refinery will close and says it is working with a potential buyer who wants to run the site as a business.
Opponents say that offshore power and Wylfa Newydd's power could instead be piped under the sea - the most costly option.
With exactly half the seats in the Assembly, Labour needs at least one of the other parties to support its budget or abstain.
Admiral Group has announced pre tax profits of £370 million for the year to December 2013, an increase of 7 per cent over the previous year.
The insurance firm launched in 1993 and has offices in Cardiff, Swansea and Newport, with over 5,000 employees.
Welsh Government says it's in discussions with the Newport steelworks' management on how it can assist.
This is disappointing news, especially as the Cogent operation at Newport has made considerable efforts to drive down costs and increase market share as the steel industry in Europe continues to operate in extremely difficult market conditions.
We are currently in discussion with senior management at the plant to determine how we may be able to assist with future investment in potential projects that could further help increase the efficiency and innovation of the plant.
– Welsh Government Spokesperson
Welsh Government officials will also liaise with the various agencies and organisations which will be able to work with affected employees to provide advice and guidance and identify alternative sources of employment
VAT could no longer be payable on the Severn Bridge tolls once the crossings revert to public ownership in 2018.
Monmouth MP David Davies says he's been given written confirmation from the Transport Minister.
In his letter, the Minister states that once the concession ends - expected to be in 2018 - it would be legally possible to reduce tolls on both the M48 Severn Bridge and M4 Second Severn Crossing.
However, the future management and tolling arrangements of the crossings remains unclear as the UK Government has yet to announce what action will be taken after the current concession ends.
Mr Davies said, “We must now demand a clear plan for the post concession period with a significant reduction in the tolls,” he added.
Over 120 jobs are set to be axed under plans to restructure a Newport steel plant to secure a more "sustainable and competitive" performance.
Cogent Power, a subsidiary of Tata Steel, said 83 direct jobs and 40 contractor posts were at risk at its Orb Electrical Steelworks.
Managing director Stuart Willie said, "The changes we are making are essential for the long-term future of the operations at Orb. Every effort will be made to support employees and, where practicable, achieve job losses through voluntary redundancies.
"European demand for the grain oriented electrical steels we make is still more than 20% down on 2008 levels and we see high levels of imports into Europe. We anticipate it will be several years before demand returns to 2008 levels."
Roy Rickhuss, general secretary of the Community union, said, "This is yet another example of how the economic recovery isn't reaching the European steel industry.
"The Government could provide some relief in terms of energy costs in the forthcoming budget by freezing the Carbon Price Floor and providing targeted relief from the Renewables Obligation to those foundation industries, such as steel, that are part of the renewables supply chain."
A boatbuilding firm in Pembrokeshire has gone into administration with the loss of 66 jobs.
Mustang Marine, based in Pembroke Dock, will retain 48 members of staff while it continues to trade.
Sixty-six staff members have been made redundant.
Administrators say they are 'hopeful' of being able to secure a new buyer in the near future.
Sony are creating 26 new permanent jobs at its site in Pencoed in Bridgend.
The positions are being created to support the increased demand across all areas of the manufacturer's business and the new employees will work across all areas, from logistics to product assembly, product testing and packing.
Economy Minister, Edwina Hart has welcomed the news and says, "I am delighted to hear that Sony is creating new jobs. The UKTEC is going from strength to strength, winning new business from within the Sony Corporation while also winning significant third-party manufacturing contracts."
Steve Dalton OBE, Managing Director of Sony UK Technology Centre says, "We've had a successful few years, which has seen us expand our Sony product portfolio as well as win significant manufacturing deals of non-Sony products."
A car wash operator in Carmarthen has been fined for failed to pay an employee the correct National Minimum Wage.
Ruzi Ruzyyev owed a work a total of £225.38.
Five employers across the UK are the first to be 'named and shamed' ahead of stricter rules being brought in by the UK Government.
Between them, the employers owe workers a total of over £6,800 in arrears and have been charged financial penalties totalling £3381.40.
Milford Haven Port says it's "deeply concerned" at the prospect of ship repairer Mustang Marine going into administration.
– Alec Don, Chief Executive of the Port of Milford Haven
As a 50% shareholder in the business, we have been and will continue to be working with the company and other stakeholders to see if a solution can be found that ensures this business can continue to operate.
An external third party did have a fully agreed package of support from the Welsh Government and the Port and it is disappointing that the third party decided not to proceed.
A spokesperson said the port remains committed to "the operation and development of the port as well as to encourage and promote jobs and economic growth in the region".
BT have announced plans today to create 50 new apprenticeship and graduate jobs in Wales.
– Gavin Patterson, Chief Executive of BT
This is a tough time in the job market, with almost a million young people across the UK struggling to find work. Every company needs to play its part in ensuring that Britain's workforce isn't impaired by long term unemployment.
BT has an exciting future ahead of it, investing in the UK's high speed broadband infrastructure, and advances in television and digital media. Through new apprenticeships, graduate training and the Movement to Work programme, we want thousands of young people in Britain to share this future.
BT is expecting to create around 50 new apprenticeship and graduate jobs in Wales, as part of a major nationwide recruitment drive.
The company says it's casting its net across the UK for 300 top science, technology and business graduates who want to build their careers in the IT and Telecom sector.
Around 730 apprenticeships will also be offered to UK school and college leavers in the areas of engineering, software design, IT support, finance and logistics.
The company has also launched a new digital media technology apprenticeship that will provide new recruits with experience and skills in web development, digital networks, digital TV and digital media distribution.
BT's Chief Executive Gavin Patterson has described it as an exciting time.