Monarch Airlines has ceased trading with immediate effect, meaning all flights from the UK have been cancelled and will not be rescheduled.Read the full story ›
A shortlist of four companies will be invited to tender for the Wales & Borders franchise, with a preferred bidder revealed in early 2018.Read the full story ›
Arriva Trains Wales says quarter of a million extra commuters in south Wales now leave their car behind to travel to work by train.Read the full story ›
Tata Steel have formally unveiled the merger of their European steel operations with German company ThyssenkruppRead the full story ›
Tata Steel and Thyssen Krupp will formally announce the merger of their European steel operations on Wednesday, ITV News understands.Read the full story ›
A signing ceremony will take be held today to rubber stamp the development of a compound semiconductor industry cluster in South-East Wales.
The signing follows an agreement in May by the Cardiff Capital Region (CCR) Regional Cabinet to contribute £37.9 million from the CCR City Deal’s Wider Investment Fund to establish a facility for the production of compound semiconductors.
They could be used in robotics, 5G communications and driverless cars.
Compound semiconductors are at the heart of many devices we use today, from smart phones to tablets and satellite communication systems. It is an area of UK strength and today’s confirmation of the development of a cluster of excellence in Wales reinforces our own strong position in the growth of this important and growing technology.
Of course, government does not create innovation, but it can be a catalyst to getting the scientists and engineers, the designers and the entrepreneurs together to make it happen.
This collaboration is important because innovation is a shared endeavour and I look forward to seeing the cluster take shape and create a lasting engineering and manufacturing legacy in Wales
Rhondda Cynon Taf council has released a video of what the centre of Pontypridd will look like when a redevelopment is finished in 2019.
Full Planning permission will be sought this week to redevelop the former Taff Vale site.
The council says the site will become the headquarters of Transport for Wales. A new 21 st Century Library, Pontypridd One4aLL Centre and a new fitness facility will also move in.
Buy As You View, which is based in Bridgend and employs around 250 people, sells electrical and household goods to customers on credit.Read the full story ›
The deal will benefit Aston Martin's manufacturing site in the Vale of Glamorgan.Read the full story ›