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Getting workplace recycling sorted

From today (Saturday, April 6), it will become law for all businesses, charities, and public sector organisations to sort their waste for recycling.

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£39m boost for bus passengers in Wales

Deputy Climate Change Minister Lee Waters has today (Friday, March 15) announced that support for the bus industry in Wales will continue with £39m confirmed for the year ahead.

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Winners of Welsh Government’s £750,000 Tidal Lagoon Challenge named

Climate Change Minister Julie James has just announced the successful applicants of the Welsh Government’s £750,000 Tidal Lagoon challenge.

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Network of car clubs will connect rural communities thanks to £1m Welsh Government boost

The Welsh Government will be investing £1m to create a network of car clubs to connect rural communities, Deputy Climate Change Minister Lee Waters announced today.

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Dolphins, voles, bumble bees and salmon all set to benefit from £8.2 million Welsh Government nature boost

Thirty-nine projects across Wales will benefit from £8.2m of Welsh Government nature funding, Climate Change Minister Julie James announced today (Friday, March 8).   

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Deputy Minister maps out next steps for buses in Wales

The next steps to delivering bus reform for Wales have been set out by Deputy Minister for Climate Change, Lee Waters today.

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£5.9m of Welsh Government support given to businesses investing in research and innovation

Over fifty projects have been given £5.9m of support from the Welsh Government to invest in equipment that will help develop and embed new innovative products and services.

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First Minister announces new Coetiroedd Bach funding at Caernarfon school

The next round of funding for the Coetiroedd Bach/Tiny Forest scheme is now open, the First Minister Mark Drakeford announced today while visiting Ysgol Pendalar in Caernarfon.

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Reduced speeds on 20mph roads a ‘turning point’ says Deputy Minister

New preliminary 20mph data published today shows that speeds have reduced by an average of 4mph on main roads since the national rollout of the default 20mph speed limit.

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More than £8m worth of loan funding will help revitalise town and city centres across Wales

Five local authorities are set to benefit from an £8m Welsh Government towns programme Climate Change Minister Julie James confirmed today.

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Innovative and energy efficient development will provide 50 new homes for an affordable social rent

Wales & West Housing’s Colchester Avenue development, located on the former site of the Three Brewers Pub, will see a mix of 50 new modern and energy efficient one- and two-bedroom flats in Penylan, Cardiff.

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New Dyfi bridge is a ‘visible symbol’ of the future of road building in Wales

A new bridge built near Machynlleth has been described as a visual symbol of how Wales will ‘raise the bar’ when it comes to road building.