More than 300 Welsh Vauxhall workers have fears for their future, after it was announced the Ellesmere Port plant could have new owners.Read the full story ›
Fresh proposals for a £425m motorsport and leisure hub in Ebbw Vale are to be considered by the Welsh Government.Read the full story ›
Workers will be needed for projects including Wylfa Newydd, the M4 relief road, the Newtown Bypass and the Eastern Bay Link in Cardiff.Read the full story ›
Union leaders have issued an ultimatum to bosses at the Ford engine plant in Bridgend amid concerns over its long-term future.Read the full story ›
A price cap for energy prepayment customers is to come in to force in April that is likely to save customers up to 15% on their bills.
Regulator Ofgem is bringing in the temporary cap in response to the Competition and Market Authority's (CMA) two-year investigation into the energy market.
It will apply to over 4 million households who use prepay meters for their gas and electricity use and are least able to benefit from competition.
The price cap will vary for electricity and gas, meter type and region but will save a typical customer around £80 a year, Ofgem said.
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The general secretary of the union Unite, Len McCluskey, will meet with workers of Ford's car factory in Bridgend today amid concerns over the future of their jobs.
McClusky will also meet with management and will stress the need for assurances of the company's commitment to Wales.
The company has previously said it doesn't plan any job losses and that it still had a "substantial commitment" to the plant.
I have been talking to Ford's European chief executive about the future of the Bridgend plant. Unite will work with Ford and all industrial employers to secure the future of jobs and skills in Wales against the many challenges they face, not least from the government's apparent determination to take Britain out of the single market.
If local councils don't want to merge, they'll still have to share services under the latest Welsh Government proposals.Read the full story ›
Wales faces big risks from Brexit because its economy needs good trade links with the EU, an Assembly report has warned.Read the full story ›
HSBC is to close nine of its branches across Wales, citing a switch from high street to digital banking.Read the full story ›
Over 100 million bus rides were taken in Wales last year. But despite the number, some communities in Wales saw cuts to vital services.Read the full story ›