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A US specialist games company with offices in New York and Texas is to set up its new European headquarters in Wales thanks to Welsh Government support, Deputy Minister for Arts, Sport and Tourism, Dawn Bowden has announced.
Deputy Minister for Arts, Sport and Tourism, Dawn Bowden has today announced the appointment of Kate Eden as the new Chair of Amgueddfa Cymru.
Tourism projects across Wales have won a share of the Welsh Government’s £5m Brilliant Basics Fund to help deliver a first-class holiday experience, Deputy Minister for Arts, Sport and Tourism Dawn Bowden has confirmed today.
The First Minister will represent Wales at the Celtic Forum and the Interceltique Festival in Brittany this week.
The Senior Open Presented by Rolex returns to Royal Porthcawl Golf Club for the first time in six years this weekend, as the Bridgend venue plays host to the 2023 Championship, where some of the biggest names in golf are set to battle it out on the Welsh coastline.
With the school holidays now in full swing, Visit Wales has joined with AdventureSmart Wales to launch a campaign to show people how to enjoy Wales’ outdoors safely over the weeks ahead.
The Welsh Government is making £200,000 available to help strengthen local journalism in Wales, Deputy Minister for Arts, Sport & Tourism, Dawn Bowden has announced today.
Creative Wales’ investment in productions has boosted the Welsh economy by £187m since it was created in 2020, Deputy Minister for Arts, Sport and Tourism, Dawn Bowden announced today.
Cadw is leading an ambitious five-year programme of essential conservation works at the iconic Tintern Abbey.
Wales’ national contemporary art collection will be displayed in communities across the country under new plans.
Cunard’s Queen Victoria made her ever first visit to Wales during a port call to Holyhead over the weekend (Sunday 4 June 2023).
“Removing the stigma of talking about periods in sport will encourage more women and girls to take part,” vows Minister
Removing the stigma of talking about periods will help encourage more women and girls to participate in sport, Minister for Social Justice and Chief Whip Jane Hutt has vowed.