SUPERMARKET chain Tesco announced plans yesterday to ditch 1,200 jobs at a call centre in Wales.Shop workers’ union Usdaw said the decision was “devastating.”
Tesco, which last year announced profits of £162 million, said it would offer some staff at the...
Thursday 22nd Jun 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Cardiff campaigners say: Get war out of Cardiff
Thursday 17th Mar 2016
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
The Barber of Seville
Millennium Centre, Cardiff/Touring
WELSH National Opera’s spring season Figaro Forever, themed around the eponymous hairdresser, bursts into stunning life with this bonkers but brilliant production of Gioachino Rossini’s The Barber...
Monday 15th Feb 2016
posted by Morning Star in Arts
Star critics cherry-pick some of the best on offer in the weeks to come
Saturday 13th Feb 2016
A WELSH council apologised to a grieving widow yesterday after pornography was screened at the funerals of her husband and baby son who died in a car crash.
Simon Lewis and Simon Jnr were killed in a head-on collision on Lamby Way in Cardiff on New Year’s Eve.
Friday 29th Jan 2016
TWO police officers were yesterday jailed for two years for stealing a man’s life savings during a raid.
Detective constable Michael Stokes mand former detective sergeant Stephen Phillips had both denied taking the money after swooping on a house in Swansea.
Both men were...
Tuesday 1st Dec 2015
Police have named the two men killed in the Celsa steel works explosion in Cardiff on Wednesday morning as Peter O’Brien and Mark Sim.
Efforts were still under way to recover the pair’s bodies following the blast in the facility’s rod and bar mill, which injured five...
Friday 20th Nov 2015
TWO workers were killed yesterday in an explosion at a steel plant in Cardiff in which four more were injured.
The unnamed workers were initially pronounced missing after a “deafening” blast at Celsa UK’s site near the city centre at 10.30am.
Thursday 19th Nov 2015
posted by Luke James in Britain
THE Tories have refused to give Wales control over its biggest port because they want to privatise it, Labour warned yesterday.
Responsibility for ports will be devolved to Cardiff under the government’s draft Wales Bill.
But the Tories have excluded ports worth more than...
Wednesday 18th Nov 2015
GWYN GRIFFITHS recommends an exhibition inspired by the ceramic horse collections of the Tang dynasty
Thursday 5th Nov 2015