Andy Munro talks about his international playing career.
Richard Lutz combs the smoking ruins of another seven days.
Andy Munro on the end of Wales’ hopes at Euro 2016.
A Midlands insolvency business takes pole position in the local community this month as staff travel over 152 miles in various sporting events whilst raising funds for charity.
LUX-TSI has secured £430,000 investment to expand its facilities in Birmingham and at its Bridgend headquarters; creating new jobs and finding new markets.
The Andrew Logan Arts Festival draws on both local and incoming creative and artistic talent to stage a series of workshops, events and performances for the whole community to enjoy.
Ros Dodd reports these will be only the second brood of osprey chicks in 400 years in this area of Wales.
Alan Clawley writes on the legacy left by Birmingham architect John Madin who died this month.
“No more pylons – no more windfarms”. Alan Clawley wonders where the leccy is going to be coming from.
Alan Clawley has been to Wales and wonders if the English are missing a trick.