A North Wales merchandising firm that provides Premier League sportswear is aiming for the big time by expanding and recruiting more staff.
A WELSH care provider is this month (June, 2017) offering free tips to the elderly and their carers to help keep them cool as the nation experiences soaring temperatures.
THE VULNERABLE and elderly across Wales who are cared for at home can now (June, 2017) nominate their favourite carer for an award in recognition of the work they do.
A dedicated team of professionals who rehabilitate some of the most ‘vulnerable and broken’ people in North Wales have been recognised by a police boss.
Social care providers have blasted the practice of "zero hours commissioning" by local authorities across North Wales.
A woman who dedicates her working life to helping teenage girls recover from the horrors of sexual abuse has been honoured by a top police boss.
A charity run by a former drug taker who has dedicated the last 15 years of her life to helping homeless people in has received a top award.
A retired care home manager has given the Older People’s Commissioner for Wales vital feedback on the problems older people face in coping with aspects of everyday life.
A CAMPAIGN to help raise awareness for carers from all over the country including Wales and the important role they play will take place this month (June, 2017).
A North Wales businessman has headed back to the classroom to brush up his hairdressing skills so he can work alongside his wife in their beauty salon.
EXPERTS at a Welsh care company are offering people in the country advice on avoiding the onset of the disease (May, 2017).
Thousands of green fingered tourists will be heading to North Wales for a spectacular 16-day festival of gardens.
Award-winning comic Dave Rothnie has got them rolling in the aisles in Colwyn Bay after setting up a regular comedy night at a venue dedicated to Monty Python star Terry Jones.
PEOPLE from Colwyn Bay are being asked to donate old ipods and other music devices to elderly and vulnerable people being supported by a care provider in the area this month (May, 2017).
The cost of overnight expenses and meal allowances claimed by councillors can be twice what local authorities pay in care home fees for vulnerable people, it's been revealed.