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Barristers challenge police chiefs over need for Welsh…

The bar's representative body has rejected calls from several chief constables, who have claimed that providing real-time translation to Welsh speakers in police stations in Wales is unreasonable and disproportionate. Standards imposed by the Welsh…

Final Call to Enter the Welsh Business Awards

Businesses from across Wales are encouraged to enter the prestigious Welsh Business Awards 2018 ahead of the forthcoming deadline. With less than a month to submit their entries for the awards, entrants are now urged…

The Marketing Centre expands into North Wales

The Marketing Centre is rapidly expanding across the North West with its latest appointee, Dawn Marshall. With Julie Brook spearheading the regional team, Dawn will be supporting the development of the part-time marketing director service…

Coleg Cambria wins top diversity award from leading…

North Wales college Coleg Cambria has been recognised as a pioneer in equality by a leading rights organisation.The college was awarded the prestigious Investors in Diversity Stage 2 by the National Centre for Diversity (NCFD).…

Real Living wage increases to £9 in Wales

  Workers in Wales must earn £9 an hour if they are to earn a wage that covers the cost of living.     As the new real Living Wage rates increase to £9 around the…

Welsh Great Taste food and drink winners on…

The Welsh Government’s Cabinet Secretary for Energy, Planning and Rural Affairs, Lesley Griffiths was in attendance when 153 products from Wales recognised earlier this year in the prestigious Great Taste awards, were showcased at a…