Princes Gate Spring Water has announced plans to invest £5.5 million in a major expansion project, which aims to double staff numbers and more than triple production volumes.
As part of the project, the Narberth-based business is investing in a new bottling line, which is capable of producing 37,000 bottles an hour - increasing their annual production to a potential 370 million.
The expansion is being supported by £250,000 business finance from the Welsh Government.
Over the next three years the company is expected to create 25 new jobs, bringing the total number of people working on site to over 50.
This investment will create a range of news jobs in rural Wales and help Princes Gate Spring Water - one of our iconic Welsh brands - reach new markets both in the UK and overseas and increase turnover.
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Transport unions have questioned the decision to allow FirstGroup to continue to run the First Great Western line - which runs from London Paddington to Swansea - accusing the Government of making "behind-closed-doors deals"
The train company will continue to run the line until April 2019 promising, along with the Government, new trains, more seats and faster journeys.
They claim a major timetable change in December 2018 will mean journey times between Cardiff and London will drop to 1 hour 45 minutes, compared to the current typical journey time of 2 hours and 7 minutes. They also claim journey times between London and Swansea will be cut by up to 20 minutes.
First Great Western will be also responsible for bringing in new inter-city express trains built by Japanese company Hitachi.
As previously announced they will come into service from summer 2017 on trains running between London, the Cotswolds, Bristol and South Wales.
But the Campaign for Better Transport questioned whether the franchise award - a direct award without a competition being held - was an example of "rewarding failure".
"Passengers will welcome the news that new trains are on the way to help reduce overcrowding. However, the rolling stock won't be arriving anytime soon, and questions remain about whether the franchising system is rewarding failure...FGW must use this investment to respond to passenger criticisms and improve services. In the future, the Department for Transport needs to give passengers a much clearer voice in discussions over franchise extensions."
"The so called market-driven rail franchise system has been reduced to a farce...Obviously, we welcome the fact that 7 billion is being spent on modernising the lines to Wales and the West Country but it is surely worth noting that it is our money that is being spent. The taxpayers are footing the bill."
The Welsh Government say it remains committed to supporting young people into work.
It comes after criticism from the National Assembly Enterprise and Business Committee who say not enough is being done to help young people find work.
Youth unemployment in Wales is falling faster than in other parts of the UK. We welcome this report and its recognition that we have prioritised jobs for young people, and that our schemes and programmes have led to improvements.
We remain committed to supporting young people into work and the continued success of programmes such as Jobs Growth Wales and Welsh Government funded apprenticeships are testament to this. However we acknowledge that there are still opportunities for improvement.
We will consider the report in detail and provide a full response to the committee by Thursday 30th April.
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North Wales' slate industry could one day join the likes of the Egyptian pyramids and the Great Barrier Reef, by becoming a designated World Heritage Site.
The application is being supported by many of the tourist attractions in the area who believe World Heritage status could bring a renewed interest in the slate industry.
Nicola Hendy reports from Blaenau Ffestiniog:
You have been getting in touch with your views on the new design for the £1 coin, which features a Welsh leek.
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