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- £40m investment will help refurbish the 150-year-old Holyhead Breakwater, which is gradually being eroded by the Irish Sea.
- The superstructure – the longest in the UK - provides essential protection to the Port of Holyhead which protects the infrastructure and allows ships to dock safely.
First Minister Mark Drakeford has today signed the new Corporate Parenting Charter, committing the Welsh Government to nine promises when working with care-experienced children and young people.
The First Minister is today encouraging people to nominate their everyday hero for the annual St David Awards.
The First Minister will represent Wales at the Celtic Forum and the Interceltique Festival in Brittany this week.
The Welsh Government and Cornwall Council have signed an agreement to work closely together on shared areas of interest.
The Welsh Government has published its Annual Report, the second of the current Senedd term.
Reform is the driving force behind the Welsh Government Bills which will be introduced in Wales over the next year.
First Minister, Mark Drakeford said:
Strengthening North Wales’ links with Ireland and North West England is vitally important to take advantage of new opportunities, First Minister Mark Drakeford will say today (Thursday 18 May).
A declaration committing to the radical reform of care services for children and young people has been signed by the First Minister Mark Drakeford today (10 May).
First Minister Mark Drakeford and Plaid Cymru leader Adam Price will today [Thursday April 27] see how the Co-operation Agreement is supporting thriving communities in a series of visits in Pembrokeshire.
Gillian Clarke was awarded the First Minister’s Special Award at the St David Awards ceremony.