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An updated vaccine strategy for Wales has been published, confirming earlier key target dates and the adoption of the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation advice on prioritisation for the next phase of vaccinations.
Consultation on a new Bill to put partnership working on a formal footing to improve work in Wales launched
The Deputy Minister for Housing and Local Government, Hannah Blythyn has launched an 8 week consultation calling for views on a new bill to improve fair work practices and public services reduce inequalities and create the right economic conditions for a more prosperous workforce and economy.
The Welsh Government is providing £6m to support WEPA UK’s expansion plans, which will see 54 new jobs created and hundreds protected at its site in Maesteg.
As Wales continues to navigate the many challenges of coronavirus, the Welsh Government is setting out how it will work to reconstruct and rebuild Wales’ economy so it is more prosperous, equal and green than ever before.
Two sites at Amlwch are to join the Anglesey Enterprise Zone helping stimulate the economy and support jobs in the north of the island, Economy and North Wales Minister Ken Skates announced today
First Minister Mark Drakeford today praised the thousands of NHS staff and volunteers vaccinating people for their phenomenal effort as the first milestone in Wales’ vaccination programme was reached.
International Day of Women and Girls in Science
The Welsh Government has announced a further £9.8 million to support learners with Additional Learning Needs. The funding will remove barriers to education for children and young people due to Covid-19.
An emergency bill to ensure the next Senedd election can happen safely, despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, has been approved by Members of the Senedd.
The Welsh Government has delivered its key promises to the people of Wales in the face of one of the most difficult periods of government in modern history, First Minister Mark Drakeford said today.
Welsh Government has today set out its legal commitment to achieve net zero emissions by 2050, but is pushing to “get there sooner” as it gets ready for COP26 [26th United Nations’ Climate Change Conference of the Parties] in November.
The Welsh Government has taken the Wales and Borders rail franchise into public ownership to protect services, safeguard jobs, and deliver infrastructure improvements in light of the ongoing challenges of coronavirus.