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Edward Hughes Solicitors secured £100,000 in personal injury claims last year

A LAW FIRM secured more than £100,000 in successful personal injury claims for clients last year. Edward Hughes Solicitors, based in Rhyl and Colwyn Bay, said incidents in the workplace continue to dominate caseloads, and figures nationally show that trend looks set to continue. Latest statistics from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) Labour Force…

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Supertemps and S2 Recruitment advice ahead of April job rule changes

EMPLOYERS and contractors will be showered with legislative demands this April. As well as increases to the National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage, new holiday pay entitlement for variable employment will hit the private sector this April. Add to that parental bereavement leave, and even rights ‘to a statement of particulars’ for staff on…

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Coleg Cambria students meant business in national mental health contest

STUDENTS showed they mean business in a national contest for mental health awareness. A team from Coleg Cambria participated in the Inspiring Skills and Excellence in Wales Competition for Enterprise at the Pierhead Building in Cardiff Bay. Sponsored by Ken Skates AM – Minister for Transport and the Economy, and a former learner at Deeside…

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Conwy Business Centre revamp to help start-up firms get off the ground

CONWY companies can benefit from new services and facilities at a Llandudno Junction business complex. Conwy Business Centre is currently undergoing a revamp and in partnership with the Enterprise Hub has bolstered its current offering, including fully funded advice, space, events and incentives for firms across the county. The Enterprise Hub – a joint project…

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Blas Lleol / Meet the Producers event brings best of local produce together

FOOD and drink firms secured contracts with leading North Wales attractions and hospitality companies at a popular exhibition celebrating local produce. Independent and artisan businesses from across the sector attended the annual Blas Lleol/Meet the Producers event, this year held at Theatr Clwyd in Mold. Organised by Clwydian Range Food and Drink Group and Llangollen…

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Supertemps and JMW Solicitors host employment law events in North Wales

MORE than 100 people attended law seminars highlighting imminent changes to employment legislation. The free events were organised by Supertemps and JMW Solicitors and held at M-SParc on Anglesey and the OpTIC Technology Centre in St Asaph. The Supertemps group – which includes executive, IT and engineering arm S2 Recruitment – is celebrating 40 years…

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Coleg Cambria student prepares for Eastern adventure on exchange programme

EMILY RICE is preparing for an Eastern adventure after securing a place on a popular exchange programme. The Coleg Cambria learner has been selected as one of just four students to attend the Japanese Flintshire Youth Exchange this summer. Emily, from Rhyl, is currently taking A levels in Business, Psychology and English Language at Deeside…

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Fifth annual Meet the Producers event to celebrate food and drink in NE Wales

INDEPENDENT food and drink companies from across north east Wales will unite to showcase the very best local produce the region has to offer. More than 150 visitors from the hospitality and retail sectors are expected to attend the fifth Blas Lleol Meet the Producers exhibition at Theatr Clwyd in Mold on Tuesday. Organised by…

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Sion Pritchard celebrates 20 years with award-winning PetPlace retailer

THE visionary behind the rebrand and redevelopment of a leading pet retailer is celebrating 20 years with the company. PetPlace Managing Director Sion Pritchard joined the business to assist with security in 2000. He progressed through the ranks to become boss six years ago and has never looked back. As the original Farm and Pet…

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Read my new column in the latest edition of Life in North Wales magazine

THE school run. What a way to start the day. For me, this routine journey is evocative of the 1980s video game, Paperboy. Just replace the weaving bicycles and stray cats with drivers who can’t indicate and parents in pyjamas, shuffling their offspring to the bus stop before running to the nearest convenience store. I…

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