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On St David’s Day, the Welsh Government will be supporting ten businesses from across Wales to forge new trade links and strengthen existing ties with the Basque Country via a virtual trade mission.
During the coronavirus crisis the Welsh Government’s Business Wales service has supported over 750 entrepreneurs to start a business or become self-employed, Economy Minister Ken Skates has revealed.
An updated vaccine strategy for Wales has been published, confirming earlier key target dates and the adoption of the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation advice on prioritisation for the next phase of vaccinations.
The Deputy Minister for Housing and Local Government, Hannah Blythyn has launched an 8 week consultation calling for views on a new bill to improve fair work practices and public services reduce inequalities and create the right economic conditions for a more prosperous workforce and economy.
First Minister Mark Drakeford has today announced the inspirational people shortlisted for a St David Award.
A new action plan to help secure the long-term future of manufacturing in Wales has been launched by the Welsh Government.
As part of a four-nations agreement, Health Minister Vaughan Gething has today (Thursday 25 February) announced the ending of a ban on using UK plasma to manufacture medicines.
Education Minister Kirsty Williams doubles funding to support Wales’ most disadvantaged learners with £10m package
More than £10m will be made available to extend a Welsh Government programme that provides support to the most disadvantaged learners in Wales, Education Minister Kirsty Williams confirmed today.
Health Minister, Vaughan Gething, has today announced expanded testing and faster vaccine delivery to help Wales-reopen safely.
A long-serving environmental and rural lawyer has been appointed as the interim environmental protection assessor for Wales.
Local Government across Wales needs to be supported and empowered so that our local councils and police bodies can continue to deliver local and national services to their communities. This is the message from Finance Minister Rebecca Evans, as a summary of findings on reforming local government finance in Wales is published today.