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The Deputy Minister for Climate Change, Lee Waters has today (Friday, July 1) announced a new chair and board for the Centre for Digital Public Services.
The bus industry in Wales is set to receive a support package worth £48m to help them recover from the impact of the pandemic and deal with emerging financial challenges, the Welsh Government has announced today.
Seven new members have been appointed to the National Infrastructure Commission for Wales by Deputy Minister for Climate Change Lee Waters.
A new support scheme for those facing significant financial hardship as a result of fire safety issues will launch today.
Chief Medical Officer warns climate change poses a ‘serious health risk’ to the most vulnerable in Wales in annual report
Climate change poses a ‘serious health risk’ to the most vulnerable in Wales, Chief Medical Officer Frank Atherton has warned in his annual report.
Pupils across Wales have been getting creative to spread colourful safety messages this Clean Air Day.
On this fifth anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire we remember the 72 people whose lives were tragically cut short.
The publicly funded air service between Cardiff- Ynys Mon will not resume after a two-year suspension.
Those were the words of the Climate Change Minister Julie James as data published today (Tuesday, June 7) shows Wales expects to meet its 2020 target to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and is moving in the right direction to avoid dangerous global warming.
Wallpaper that heats homes among innovative projects trialled in Wales to tackle climate change and the cost of living crisis
A social housing development in Wales is being heated by wallpaper as part of a trial exploring affordable alternatives to radiators and heat pumps to keep residents warm.
Broadband schemes throughout Wales will receive more than £9 million worth of funding to help them deliver fast and reliable broadband to communities that need it, thanks to the Welsh Government’s Local Broadband Fund.
Climate Change Minister Julie James has today (Wednesday, May 25) announced £26m to limit the carbon footprint of tourism in Wales, boost biodiversity and improve access to the countryside so all can enjoy its beauty.