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REVEALED: What people in England really think of Wales – and you might be surprised

 The English are more likely to attribute ‘passion’ to Wales compared to England – despite rugby rivalry 72% of people in England believes Wales offers a great quality of life 81% of English people want Wales to stay in the union One in four people in England think Wales has poor internet connection   To […]

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First Look At The Entrance To Cardiff’s £2bn Garden City For The 21st Century

The first details have been released of the green gateway to Plasdŵr, Cardiff’s ‘garden city for the 21st century’. The Gateway Linear Park will be the main entrance to Wales’ largest development, which will eventually deliver up to 7,000 homes over the next 20+ years. Situated near Llantrisant Road in Plasdŵr’s Groeswen neighbourhood, these wide […]

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Charity & CSR News News from Wales

The Lord’s Taverners Wales Christmas Lunches Raise over £27k

The Lord’s Taverners Wales’ Christmas Lunches returned this December after a year’s hiatus, welcoming 343 guests over two days and raising an incredible £27,000 for Wales’ leading youth cricket and disability sports charity. The two lunches took place at the Marriott Hotel, Cardiff, and featured top acts including Tom Binns, Billy Flywheel, Andy Askins and […]

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New Business Specialist to help SMEs pursue growth

Chambers Wales South East, South West and Mid has appointed a new Business Specialist to help SMEs achieve their potential. David Birch brings a wealth of experience to his new role at the Chamber, having held senior leadership positions in businesses across a variety of sectors including engineering, finance, hospitality and retail. David will help […]

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Principality introduces climate awareness training for all colleagues

Principality Building Society is introducing climate awareness training for every colleague as part of its commitment to be a more environmentally friendly organisation. The training allows individuals to understand what climate change is, what causes it and lifestyle changes that could be made to help support the environment, covering the topics of food, home, purchases […]

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Jobs News from Wales Recruitment

Recruiter bounces back from pandemic to help meet national demand for skilled workers

A RECRUITER is building back from the pandemic and welcoming new staff to its award-winning team. Shannon Jones and Nicole Owen have joined Bangor and Colwyn Bay-based Supertemps as resourcers. The move comes after Candice Chartrand was unveiled as the driving force behind the group’s managerial and executive arm, S2 Recruitment. Shannon, from Old Colwyn, […]

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