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By Carl Nagaitis
Townsfolk Flock To Woodyard Warehouse For A Joint Christmas Carol Concert Featuring The Trelawnyd Male Voice Choir And The Cadishead Public Band
By Junior Enterprise Ltd
Regardless of unemployment shooting up to a 17-year high, almost half of employers said that they could not find the right person when they have a vacancy, British Chambers of Commerce.
By Junior Enterprise
The Welsh government is waiting to learn whether its budget will be topped up as a result of UK government plans to invest in infrastructure.
By Carl Nagaitis
Oak Framed Buildings Specialists Prepare For Bumper Turn-Out At Next Week's Yuletide Celebration
By David Symington
I'm Ted Burns. Host of Third Degree Burns. Voted the world's best investigative TV show for five years in a row. By me. And now I'm on the hunt for Santa Claus.
By Andrew
Llanerch Vineyard, Serviced Accommodation/B&B Awarded an Incredible 5* Grade for Their Service.
By Carl Nagaitis
Welsh Oak Framed Construction Company Establishes Apprenticeship Schemes To Plug The Skills Gap
By shakir Al-zaidi
Russell IPM Ltd achieves EPA approval in the United States for FYTOMAX, a bio-rational insecticide of botanical origin which has successfully demonstrated its superior performance against leaf miners including Tuta absoluta, the tomato leaf miner.
By Vicky Semple
Liberty Marketing continue to push forward as the largest specialist online marketing agency in Wales, with four more key appointments and three internal promotions taking them to 14 full time employees.
By A.V. Harrison Publishing
Author, Emily Hill, thanks her United Kingdom readers for making 'Ghost Stories And The Unexplained' a Kindle Best Seller for six straight days this past week. The series of short stories includes Ireland's Glenafarne Demesne forests & folklore.
By British Keelboat Academy
Following a tough selection process, Holyhead sailor Nathan Thorne has joined 22 of Britain’s aspiring young keelboat sailing talents to earn their call up to the British Keelboat Academy (BKA), the RYA and UKSA’s joint keelboat racing initiative
By GwylDanielOwenFestival
Flintshire’s October event celebrates the life and work of prominent author Daniel Owen – often described as Wales’ answer to Charles Dickens – with a week-long event in his home town of Mold. (Sun, October 16 to Sat, October 22, 2011)
By Lucy Flew
England rugby players may be preparing for their long journey home but Wales is through to the Rugby World Cup 2011 semi-finals on 15th October. For Welsh fans, there is still chance to attend the tournament with Gullivers Sports Travel.
By Vane Percy & Roberts
eCourier is hoping that Alex Hales, one of their fleet administrators will deliver for them and the Wales Ladies Indoor Cricket Team in the 2011 Indoor Cricket World Cup being held in South Africa.
By Delineo
Coffee #1, the award-winning chain of coffee houses, is delighted to announce it has been acquired by Wales’ leading brewing and hospitality business S.A Brain Ltd.
By Lucy Flew
Following the success of the Home Nations at the Rugby World Cup, all of the teams look to have a chance of making it to the Semi-Finals. To celebrate the news, Gullivers Sports Travel has a new package for fans to watch the games first hand.
By shakir Al-zaidi
Significant drop in customer complaints recorded by factories deploying Dismate PE to control Indian Meal Moth. A steady decline in the moth population and corresponding decline in egg laying records.
By Liberty Marketing (c/o Computer Recruiter)
Unemployment is rife across the UK at the moment and has been for some time. Even candidates with specialised skills are increasingly in less demand. A Cardiff-based IT recruitment agency shares their take on the situation.
By Vicky Semple
Profix Construction mark a start on a company wide training programme with £150,000 investment after securing Skills Growth Wales grant and obtaining official training partner status with Chartered Institute of Builders
By Vicky Semple
Family run Cottrell Park Golf Resort invest £120,000 to install the UK's first GSP Surround Proshot Sports simulators, adding to their forward thinking business model. Stars of sport and golf came to test their skills at the official opening
By shakir Al-zaidi
Dismate PE achieves EPA approval in the United States. Earlier this year, the Wales based company has launched in the UK the bio rational alternative to Methyl bromide for the control of Indian meal Moth in food processing and storage facilities.
By City and County of Swansea
Volunteers are sought to help out at the 2011 Admiral Swansea Bay 10k taking place this September
By Frieze by Elliott J. Frieze
Frieze Design to feature in New Zealand Fashion Event.
By Wispa Limited
If an independent regulator is to be just that - independent, we should not expect senior members to be sharing sensitive information with competing companies. So, why did Rhodri Williams do just that?
By City and County of Swansea
Visitors from around the globe have flocked to the Dylan Thomas Centre to view the renowned Man and Myth exhibition on Dylan's life and work.
By YODspica TV
A new show is being started by YODspica TV. The show goes live sometime in September or October, it will include special guests, reviews and interviews.
By Dena Cook
It was ready, steady cook at the award-winning Gibraltar Care Village at the weekend as two members of staff took part in a high energy cook off.
By Midland HR
Powys County Council is the first Welsh authority to implement a Welsh language recruitment system that is completely integrated with its HR and payroll system.
By Yell
The creators of a new premium brand of frozen cocktails have won the Welsh heat of 2011’s biggest search for Britain’s best small businesses.
Cardiff is the largest city in Wales. It was recently voted one of the 10 best summer destinations worldwide.
By Motaquote
A recent report has suggested that Welsh high streets are suffering from a lack of choice for consumers and "shabby" surroundings. Shop insurance broker, Motaquote, suggests that it may have the solution to the high street problem...
By Carl Nagaitis
"I'm Impressed With Its Potential" Says Chris Ruane During A Visit To The St Asaph HQ Of OAQ Ltd
By's first hyperlocal news hit - the Wrexham Train Pony
By Carl Nagaitis, Bryher Business Partnershp Ltd
Busy St Asaph Woodyard Becomes One-Stop Location For All Things Oak
By City and County of Swansea
IT'S the first of its kind in Wales and now a top class sports facility is being officially opened at a Swansea comprehensive school.
By Tweeks Cycles
Tweeks Cycles, a leading cycling retailer have announced that they are the title sponsor of the brand new Etape Cymru 2011 cycling sportive which is due to be run 9th October 2011 and is only the UK’s second fully closed road cycle event.
By Carl Nagaitis
Waterways Garden Centre's New Loyalty Scheme Proves Popular With Customers Looking For More For Their Money
By Carl Nagaitis
The Conservatory Will Get A New Lease of Life Thanks to Oak According To Design Guru Jonathan
By Bryher Business Partnership
Welsh Woodyard Headed By A Craftswoman With A Heart Of Oak
By g39, Cardiff
G39, the artist-run venue for contemporary art, has some very exciting plans afoot. After 13 years in our current building we will be relocating later this year.
By Kelly Mitchell
This month has seen The Holiday Cottages website launch themselves on Twitter and Facebook, along with starting a company Blog.
By BeyondPR
During this year’s National Science and Engineering Week (14-18 March), Deafness Research UK will be putting on several free performances of its Bionic Ear Show in communities across the country, culminating with two shows in Wales.
By Britain On Track Inc.
Britain On Track is offering discounted BritRail passes in order to avoid long lineups for Americans and Canadians traveling in Britain during the Royal Wedding.
By Carl Nagaitis
New Name In Stylish Oak Frames Set For Growth
By BloomPR
The architectural firm of Gallo Herbert Lebolo (GHL) and Johnson & Wales University held a ground breaking ceremony today on its North Miami campus where its new Student Athletic Center will be constructed.
By Visa Bureau
Visa Bureau reports that the New South Wales (NSW) Government has announced that the NSW State Migration Plan has been approved and is in effect from 3 March 2011.
By g39, Cardiff
16 March – 2 April 2011 G39’s current If…. season of exhibitions concludes in March with an installation by Alistair Owen, transforming and manipulating the ground floor gallery space using new works with familiar utilities and objects.
By City and County of Swansea
Swansea will be celebrating its love of food and traditional Welsh delicacies during St David's Week
By City and County of Swansea
Swansea is gearing up to commemorate Wales’ patron saint St David with a week long festival of events and entertainment
By City & County of Swansea
Acclaimed Welsh artist Holly Davey will be visiting the Glynn Vivian on Friday 25 February, at 1pm, as part of the ongoing programme of free talks organised by the Swansea art gallery.

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