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Bryn Williams calls for hospitality sector support as Academy students unveiled

NOW is the time to rally behind the hospitality sector and train the next generation of workers to meet unprecedented demand for skills. Esteemed chef Bryn Williams made the plea in welcoming new recruits to the Academy he launched in partnership with Coleg Cambria. Bryn shot to fame when he took on and beat the…

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Talented artist Sonia Garner has brush with success in global competition

A TALENTED artist had a brush with success in a global conservation competition. Sonia Garner was among the finalists selected from 1,000 entries across 47 countries in the Explorers Against Extinction Sketch for Survival contest, raising awareness of catastrophic issues including habitat loss, illegal wildlife trade and climate change. And now the mum-of-two, from Whitford near Holywell, is…

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COMPETITION: One year at our Hanover House HQ in St Asaph

This week marks a year here at Hanover House in St Asaph. And it’s hard to believe I’m hurtling towards four years in business. Thank you so much to everyone who has supported Radar PR along the way. Our incredible clients, friends, partners and collaborators. To mark the occasion, I’m offering one organisation/businessperson a FREE…

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STEM Gogledd targeting young people to meet demand in key sectors

AN INNOVATIVE education scheme is helping to meet a surge in demand for skilled STEM workers. Over the last decade there has been rapid growth in students opting to take STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) subjects at university, including a 400% rise in AI (Artificial Intelligence) applicants UK-wide. Despite this, there is still an overwhelming…

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Coleg Cambria to host return of North Wales Business Exhibition #NWBE21

THE much-anticipated return of North Wales Business Exhibition will unite industries and lay the foundations for a sustainable economy. Coleg Cambria Deeside plays host to the event on Wednesday October 27 from 8am-2pm. Organised by Deeside Business Forum (DBF), the focus is on bringing the private and public sectors together to capitalise on talent and…

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Leading lawyer marks 30 years with Edward Hughes Solicitors

ONE of the most prominent solicitors in North Wales is celebrating 30 years with a long-standing law firm. David Jones has spent three decades with Rhyl and Colwyn Bay-based Edward Hughes Solicitors, which also marked a major anniversary recently – its 70th year in business. David, from Denbigh, has seen many changes – including major technological…

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Coleg Cambria and Bangor University unveil new partnership at £21m building launch

TWO leading education institutions have joined forces to target recovery and growth in sectors hard-hit by the Coronavirus pandemic. Coleg Cambria and Bangor University will be working closely to develop new strategic pathways and support employers as they build back after a challenging period for all industries. Cambria’s Chief Executive Yana Williams and Vice Chancellor…

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Candice leads the way for S2 Recruitment as demand rises for high-flying candidates

AN AWARD-WINNING recruitment firm pivoted in the pandemic to meet demand for high-flying candidates. S2 Recruitment – part of the Colwyn Bay and Bangor-based Supertemps Group – is focused on filling positions in managerial and executive roles, with a particular vacancy rise in areas such as HR, business analytics, IT, and finance. Candice Chartrand is…

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Low carbon Llysfasi projects given the green light with £500k grant support

LOW CARBON projects have been given the green light after securing more than £500,000 in grant support. The three schemes will be based at Coleg Cambria Llysfasi and pioneer new technology aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the agriculture sector. Funded by the Welsh Government via its Whole System Business Research Innovation for Decarbonisation…

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New report reveals almost half of people in lockdown ate unhealthily to cheer themselves up

ALMOST half of people in Wales ate more unhealthily in lockdown to cheer themselves up. A report by YouGov in support of the Welsh Government’s Help Us, Help You campaign also revealed more than a third of 1,000 people surveyed nationwide had put on weight, with 10% gaining 1.5 stone or more. And a staggering 65% admitted…

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