UK government chaos is adding to uncertainty for EU citizens here and for British citizens in the rest of Europe, says the First MinisterRead the full story ›
Young people are taught how to use a set of rules or instructions to create computer software, apps and websites.Read the full story ›
House prices are still expected to increase by around 3.5% per year over the next five years.Read the full story ›
Outline planning permission has been given for plans to transform the city centre.Read the full story ›
A bakery in Wrexham is creating 50 new jobs, including a dozen apprenticeships, to help cope with its "growing order book".Read the full story ›
Horizon Nuclear Power says it is presenting a more compact design. It says the project represents a multibillion pound investment.Read the full story ›
Figures from the charity Age Cymru reveal people over the age of 65 contribute £1billion a year to the Welsh economy.Read the full story ›
The new production facility will be leased by the Welsh Government and will be based at Trident Park, Cardiff.Read the full story ›
- Report from ITV Wales Business Correspondent Carole Green
As the politicians pitch for our votes on June the 8th, thousands of firms across Wales are preparing for what the economy may throw at them in the coming months.
This month, company leaders are being celebrated in the annual Wales Institute of Directors awards.
Workers are to vote on industrial action as they fight to save their jobs and the future of the South Wales plant, ITV News has learned.Read the full story ›