The Secretary of State for Wales has welcomed the news that a deal has been reached over the future of the Murco oil refinery in Milford Haven.
On twitter, the Wales Minister described the deal between Murco Petroleum Ltd and Klesch Refining Ltd as 'excellent news' for Murco employees.
He added that it is "important to maintain UK oil refining".
It has been confirmed that a sale has been agreed on the Murco oil refinery in Milford Haven.
A deal has been agreed with Klesch Refining Ltd, and is expected to close no later than October.
Murphy Oil is pleased to announce that a deal has been agreed for the sale of the Milford Haven Refinery. We have worked tirelessly to find a workable solution that would see the refinery remain open, and are delighted that a positive outcome has been reached.
There are reports that an agreement has been reached over the sale of the Murco oil refinery in Milford Haven.
Hundreds of jobs were under threat when a deal to save the site collapsed in April.
News agency Reuters are this morning reporting that The Klesch Group have agreed to the buy the refinery.
ITV News understands than an announcement over the future of the refinery is due later today.
Insurance and investment firm Legal & General say staff are being consulted over planned redundancies.
The company says it has begun formal consultation with staff and say once that has finished they expect 60 staff to be made redundant,.
In a statement Legal & General says it hopes to redeploy staff within Cardiff, or across other offices.
Economy minister Edwina Hart says an investment of more than half a million pounds will secure the future of an electronics firm in Swansea.
Trojan Electronics will see its workforce almost doubled after the Welsh Government announced it will invest over £625,000 in a new headquarters.
This innovative support package is a prime example of how the Welsh Government is supporting business growth. The refurbished building will create the environment for Trojan Electronics to operate more efficiently while ensuring it has space to expand to meet the projected increased demand for its services.
The investment is not only creating a significant number of new jobs in one of our key sectors but also secures the future of the business. I am also delighted that Richard Hayward Properties is refurbishing an important industrial building and bringing it into employment use, helping to regenerate the area and ensuring Trojan Electronics has a sustainable long term future in the region.
Around 138 jobs are to be created at Trojan Electronics in Swansea as part of a £2.1m investment by the Welsh Government.
Work will start today on a new £625,000 headquarters which will see two of the current Trojan sites move into one.
The new jobs will almost double the current workforce. The new offices are expected to be completed next year.
New Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb turns to one of the items at the top of his in-tray today -the row between the Welsh and UK governments over who pays for the electrification of the Valley lines. Ministers in Cardiff Bay say Mr Crabb's predecessors, Cheryl Gillan and David Jones, were quick to claim the credit for the giving the multi-million pound project the go ahead, so there's no way that the bill should be passed on.
Today Mr Crabb will hold talks with this cabinet colleague, the Transport Secretary, Patrick McLoughlin. The Transport Department argues that as the Welsh Government manages the Wales and Borders rail franchise, it should be responsible for repaying the cost. That would mean either funding a bigger subsidy or putting up the fares.
Only yesterday, the Prime Minister defended what he saw as a done deal but ITV news understands that there might at least be a concession over how quickly the money needs to be repaid. A senior Welsh Government source was also optimistic that the dispute could soon be settled.
Prime Minister David Cameron, who's visiting the Royal Welsh Show at Llanelwedd, has announced plans for the UK Government to buy locally sourced seasonal food whenever possible. The Welsh Government already has a similar scheme.
In England, it's estimated that the public sector spends £1.2 billion a year on food, half of which is imported. The Prime Minister expects that most of the imported food could be replaced by British produce, much of it locally sourced.
No-one does more or works as hard in Wales and the rest of Britain today than our farmers. By opening up these contracts, we can help them create more jobs, invest in their businesses and make sure people in Wales have a healthier lifestyle. It’s a triple win –and will mean a brighter future for our country.
The First Minister for Wales, Carwyn Jones, has welcomed figures released this morning showing the best inward investment performance for Wales in almost a quarter of a century.
Official figures from UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) show Wales attracted 79 foreign direct inward investment projects in 2013-14, a record result in the past 24 years.
Over 10,000 jobs were also created and safeguarded in this time.
"These are very positive results and a strong indication that our strategies are paying off, creating and safeguarding jobs and providing on-going opportunities for the people of Wales. We continue to focus efforts on increasing the number of well paid new jobs and inward investment projects.
"Today's figures show that Canada is one of the top performing destinations for FDI into the UK - and I will be meeting senior representatives from several hi-tech companies in Montreal later this week to try and secure further investment for Wales."
As the children start their summer break you may be looking for holiday ideas - well you might want to look closer to home. Visiter numbers to the capital city are booming. Nicola Hendy's been finding out why.