A South Wales company has become the first to sign up for expert equality and diversity support from a major training programme, which aims to put Wales at the forefront of sustainability expertise in the built environment sector.
A South Wales primary school is at the centre of a pioneering
educational project, which aims to give young children a love of
reading for meaning that develops comprehension skills, and involves
parents in the process.
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Are you sweet on sweetbreads? Do you flip for a fly burger? Or hanker after haggis? Whatever your taste in gross food, you can now cast your vote in a global challenge to discover the grossest.
The Gross Food Global Challenge involves 20 of the grossest foods from around the world – from live Octopus in South Korea to maggot-infested cheese in Italy to roasted guinea pig in Peru.
Our multi-talented communications consultant Allie Lawson is launching a new country-clothing brand – Elsie & Arthur.
Allie and partner Jack Williams were awarded a launcher loan of £8,000 from School for Startups, founded by ex-Dragons’ Den investor Doug Richards to help get the business off the ground.
How did super-talented, but (let’s be honest) not yet household names, Neil Cowley Trio win a popular vote to beat international singing star Jamie Cullum and lift the 2013 UK Jazz Artist title last month? Well, maybe social media played a part.
Thousands of the youngest school children in Flintshire are finding maths fun – thanks to a panda called Boo Boo and her friends.
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