Funding of almost £3.4million has been awarded for major transport infrastructure projects in Carmarthenshire.
World class aerobatic team the Red Arrows will be returning to Swansea for the Wales Airshow this summer.
A vision of the future arrived in Swansea train station this week.
The revamp of this former Swansea observatory is gathering momentum, and it could open for a whole new clientele early this summer.
Plans for a new prison to be built in Port Talbot will be unveiled today as the government announces the locations of four new jails.
Almost £5m of EU funds is being invested in putting Wales at the forefront of next generation solar energy technology.
The LEADER programme, which aims to support the regeneration of rural Carmarthenshire, is providing financial support to 16 local projects, taking the total awarded from the 2014-2020 programme to over £600K.
A fascinating insight into the use of drones and laser scanning in the construction industry was demonstrated to students at a live event hosted by UWTSD, The Construction Wales Innovation Centre (CWIC) and Kier Construction at the University’s new SA1 Swansea Waterfront development.
AB Glass, an aluminium manufacturing and installation company, has started work at the new Eastern High School site in Cardiff, following the company being awarded a contract to provide design, manufacturing and installation services for the new school.
Rural businesses in Carmarthenshire are being helped to reach their potential with support from a Carmarthenshire County Council £2m fund.