Archive for October, 2011
Thank goodness for the Welsh rugby team. If it wasn’t for them we could be exposed to an endless stream of bad news stories.
Gwent Police has promised a ‘zero tolerance’ approach to antisocial behaviour at the Welfare Ground in Cefn Fforest.
A Llanbradach car enthusiast is hoping to make it through to the final of this year’s Classic Car of the Year competition.
Wales have made one change to the starting line-up which triumphed over Ireland last weekend for the 2011 Rugby World Cup semi-final clash with France at Eden Park on Saturday.
Major gas roadworks in Caerphilly town centre are choking trade and threatening people’s livelihoods, according to local business.
Caerphilly’s Labour politicians have called for urgent action over the disruption caused by gas main works in the town centre.
Caerphilly town traders have been urged by local councillors to seek compensation after a slump in business caused by major gas roadworks.
BBC Cymru Wales is looking for the Welsh creative and media talent of the future from across Wales.
Unemployment in Wales rose by 16,000 between June and August of this year, according to new figures.
The number of people in Wales out of work is now 131,000 with the unemployment rate at 9%.
A new £75m Welsh Government scheme will create 4,000 new jobs a year in Wales for the next three years, the First Minister of Wales Carwyn Jones has announced.
World Cup fever has spread like wildfire through Wales with more than 25,000 fans already booked in for the WRU’s ‘Wake Up For Wales’ screening of the semi-final against France at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday morning.
Tredomen-based building services specialist SCS Group has signed a strategic partnership aimed at increasing the amount of construction contracts it can target nationwide.