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£2 million to improve emergency waiting rooms
The Welsh Government has announced £2m to upgrade emergency department waiting areas this winter.
Teen becomes First Minister for the day as girls take over
A 16-year-old girl from Barry has become First Minister of Wales for the day as girls across the world take over to mark the UN’s International Day of the Girl.
Automatic voter registration pilots proposed in Wales
The Welsh Government today set out proposals to improve voter participation, including trials for automatic voter registration in Senedd and local government elections.
New mental health unit plan moves a step closer
Outline plans to build a new mental health unit at Ysbyty Glan Clwyd to improve the quality care for adults and older people have been approved by the Health Minister.
£11m Arfor 2 programme to boost economic prosperity in Welsh-speaking communities
- New Arfor 2 programme designed to strengthen the economic resilience of Welsh language strongholds.
- £11m to be made available for communities in four counties with the highest levels of Welsh speakers.
- Funding will support a number of strategic interventions, including a focus on opportunities for young people and families, to enable them to stay in or return to their home communities.
- Programme will play a key role in the Welsh Government’s Welsh language strategy (Cymraeg 2050) – which aims to ensure there are 1m Welsh speakers by 2050.
Lamb from Wales on its way to USA
Lamb from Wales will be shipped to the USA for the first time in more than 25 years today. The consignment has been processed at Dunbia, Carmarthenshire.
New vision for Palliative and End of Life Care in Wales
The Welsh Government has set out its vision for palliative and end of life care delivered in Wales which will help people achieve the best quality of life possible and die with dignity.
Devolved Governments united in call for urgent ‘cost-of-living’ action
Minister for Social Justice Jane Hutt alongside Scottish Minister for Social Security, Ben MacPherson and Northern Ireland’s Communities Minister Deirdre Hargey are urging the UK Government to take immediate action to tackle the cost-of-living crisis.
Minister delivers major announcement on building safety
Climate Change Minister Julie James has today (Friday, October 7) provided a major update on building safety in Wales following constructive meetings with developers.
From the Senedd to the classroom: First Minister takes questions from school pupils
First Minister Mark Drakeford faced a different kind of grilling this week as he took questions from school pupils in an online Q&A session.
“Change course on justice” – Counsel General
The Welsh Government’s Counsel General is calling on the new UK Government to reset its relationship with the legal sector.
Plans in place for potential weather impact on Menai crossing
Plans are in place to deal with the potential impact of winter storms on HGVs travelling to and from Anglesey while there are weight restrictions on the Menai Suspension bridge.