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Director of BiTC Cymru Rosie Sweetman said: "The Wales Responsible Business Awards provide tangible, practical examples of how responsible businesses lead the way.
The "astonishing" ITV ratings peaked at 1,067,000 viewers, accounting for a 67% share of the audience in Wales on September 26.
The event is one of a series of initiatives to grow the sales of holidays in Wales through tour operators and travel agents in key international markets and was organised in partnership with UKinbound and VisitBritain.
But Sophie, from Ferndale in the Rhondda, has managed all this on top of her duties as Miss Wales and continuing her business management course at Cardiff University.
p pre With a day less than Wales to prepare, England further blundered by not focusing on putting the title out of the Dragons' reach by building their points difference against Italy.
Gaynor Leaf, a Keep Wales Tidy volunteer, said: "It's so easy to get involved in Tidy Wales Week and anyone can be part of it.
The England side boasted the likes of Phil Neal, Emlyn Hughes and Kevin Keegan but Wales edged it.
A party of ten, which included eight riders and two support team, flew from Wales on 1 September--each paying their own airfares so that the sponsorship could go to the cause.
Wales Tourist Board has launched a new advertising campaign for the UK, entitled Wales - The Big Country.
MFHA's goal is to reach out and connect with the young and promising talent pool of tomorrow's stars and encourage and motivate them to join the industry," says Gerry Fernandez, MFHA president and Johnson & Wales graduate.
Chairman of Optometry Wales, Mike George, said: "It's a great opportunity for colleagues in Wales to meet the PPV team.
As a result of the 2010 licence fee settlement, BBC Wales does have to deliver a saving of 16% - pounds 10.
In fact today's encounter marks the 130th anniversary of the first ever match between Ireland and Wales and the 118th meeting since.
When Dolen Cymru (the Wales-Lesotho Link) was launched in 1985 (see FAC April 1988), Wales had no representative assembly of its own and no immediate prospect of one.
Of the competition, Wales are poor defensively while Poland are too inconsistent.