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Jobs in Wales

Further good news for Wales, unemployment rates have fallen. Unemployment is now at 6.6%, decreasing 0.2% over 3 months. This means that 96,000 people are currently unemployed in Wales, compared to 132,000 people who were officially without work over the same period in 2012.  What do more jobs in Wales mean? This news comes at […]
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Farming UK

The world’s population is predicted to reach 9.6 billion by 2050, that’s a lot of mouths to feed. The figures come with problems, if the population rise stays on course we faced with all kinds of issues, such as quality of life, depletion of natural resources and general strain on the earth, but with growth […]
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Farming Today

Today’s farmers face all kinds of issues, the unpredictable UK weather for one, even this year we have seen flooding devastate farmers and farming communities, the just as unpredictable economic climate is another hazard which farmers have struggled with, like the rest of us over the past few years. But now it looks like a […]
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GM Crops

Genetically modified crops are a hot button issue. A debate that has raged since the mid 90’s has had little effect on the actual production here in the UK. In the states GM crops are now widespread and consumed all over the country, but the EU has had strong reactions against them and we are […]
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Bam Construction

Construction firm BAM has been named as the preferred company to take on the new £10 million North Wales head quarter for emergency services. The centre will be located in Wrexham, near the Maelor Hospital. It will be the first joint project brought together by the partnership scheme of Welsh Ambulance Services, NHS Trust and […]
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Agricultural Land for Sale

Agricultural Land in North Wales has sky rocketed in price. Demand for the land is at a high, despite the financial crisis the interest in the land has continued to be steady and over the past few months has reached very profitable heights at local auctions. Plots are selling for the equivalent of around £17,000 […]
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In Health & Safety Posted

Telescopic Handler

After another recent fatal incident, HSE have issued warnings over the safety procedures of telescopic handlers or ‘telehandlers’ as they are commonly known. The warnings come after an alarming number of workmen have lost their lives due to safety standards not being met or improper use of machinery. Using Telescopic Handlers correctly The main point […]
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Women in Construction

It is no secret that the construction industry is dominated by men. It is no surprise when even the word construction conjures up masculine connotations, and disturbing news such as “women are paid up to a third less than men in construction” which cnplus.co.uk, a construction news website, reported on this year. The industry can […]
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