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Transforming Towns programme supports strategic regeneration in Cardigan

A historic Grade II listed building in the heart of Cardigan town centre has undergone significant restoration work to repair and update its facilities.

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‘Vulnerable’ market hall renovated and brought back into active use

The Cabinet Secretary for Housing, Local Government and Planning, Julie James, has visited the Grade II listed building, Yr Hen Farchnad (The Old Market), in Llandeilo.

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Welsh Government response to latest NHS Wales performance data: March and April 2024

The Welsh Government has responded to the latest NHS performance data published today.

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Provide your views on building a successful future for culture in Wales

The Welsh Government has today launched a consultation setting out its vision for the culture sector between 2024 and 2030.

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New schemes to raise maths standards

Work to improve standards of maths in Welsh schools is progressing with new schemes in place helping to boost confidence, develop skills and encourage more take up.

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Mandatory use of CCTV in all Slaughterhouses approved.

New Regulations have today been approved by the Senedd for the mandatory use of CCTV in all slaughterhouses in Wales.

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Wales is ‘ready’ for rail reform and calls for the UK Government to be more ambitious

In his first appearance at the UK Parliament Transport Committee as Cabinet Secretary for North Wales and Transport, Ken Skates set out his three asks of the UK Government as well as his ambition for a fully integrated, efficient system which meets the needs of Welsh passengers.

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Businesses – apply now for up to £10,000 to help reduce your running costs

Applications are now open for micro, small and medium sized businesses in the retail, hospitality, and leisure sectors to access funding to invest in future proofing their business.

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Bill introduced to remove private profit from the care of looked-after children

A Bill to remove private profit from the care of looked-after children – part of the wider and radical transformation of children’s care in Wales – has been introduced today (Monday May 20).

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Welsh Government reinforces LGBTQ+ safe haven commitment

The Welsh Government is reinforcing its commitment to making Wales a ‘safe haven’ for LGBTQ+ people by providing the first in-person support service for victims and survivors of conversion practices, Social Justice Secretary Lesley Griffiths has said on International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (Friday 17 May).

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Immediate changes to be made to on-farm slaughter.

The outcomes and recommendations from the Bovine TB Technical Advisory Group’s (TAG) first meeting are announced today.

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Jeremy Miles outlines economic vision for Wales

The Welsh Government’s Cabinet Secretary for Economy, Energy and Welsh language, Jeremy Miles, has today set out his immediate economic priorities for Wales during a keynote speech at AMRC Cymru in Broughton.