Construction in Wales is set to grow faster than anywhere else in the UK, according to new research.Read the full story ›
The 'world's largest' travel company has had Welsh Government assistance to expand its operation.Read the full story ›
Welsh councils have have identified the projects, which look to improve unemployment, health and poverty in the area.Read the full story ›
INCOPRO to create 80 new jobs in counterfeit trade enforcement in Caerphilly.Read the full story ›
A finance firm has announced it will be creating 200 new jobs in Cardiff.Read the full story ›
Unemployment in Wales has fallen by 11,000 in the last quarter, according to new statistics.Read the full story ›
A recruitment firm has announced it will be creating 100 graduate jobs in Cardiff.Read the full story ›
A Flintshire firm has announced it will move to Romania, resulting in 90 job losses.
The closure of the Witter Towbars plant in Deeside has been called a 'betrayal' by Unite the union.
Jo Goodchild Regional Officer said:
The employees and their families are devastated, as you would expect. It is ironic that one of Horizon Global’s core values is to be ‘Socially Responsible’.
Decent, skilled jobs are being lost and this is a betrayal of the Witter’s employees who have worked hard to make this site and the Witter brand a success over the last 50 years.
Half of young people in Wales are worried for the future and more likely to be "filled with dread" when it comes to finances,report finds.Read the full story ›
Jaguar Land Rover have ended their contact at the Ford engine plant in Bridgend three months early.Read the full story ›