We delight in the wonderful views and opportunities for leisure provided by Wales’ spectacular coastline. But being surrounded on three sides by water also offers other opportunities- to provide us with a sustainable source of energy, and in the process create employment opportunities.
News Posts from : September2016
A multi-award winning language service company in Swansea that includes Fifa and the NHS among its clients is celebrating a major milestone.
First Minister Carwyn Jones has officially opened a new learning facility created by a local social enterprise.
Big name retailers Mothercare, Toys R Us and Staples look set to continue at Swansea’s Parc Tawe.
Gower could soon be on the lips of more people in Britain as a brewery attempts an innovative way of funding their expansion.
As part of its international strategy the University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD) has reaffirmed its 10 year relationship with Wuhan University of Technology (WUT) in China by establishing an international college initiative – the UWTSD Wuhan Ligong College.
A council-owned site on the banks of the River Tawe in Swansea is being offered up for development.
New council homes are to be built in Carmarthenshire as part of a £8.5m investment by the local authority.
Swansea University has today (Friday, September 23) become the top university in Wales in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2017 league table – and has also won the inaugural Welsh University of the Year title.
BT’s local network business Openreach has hired 41 engineers and apprentices in Swansea and other parts of South West and West Wales to help install new lines and fix faults more quickly.