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Wales’ new freeports unveiled
- Two new freeports set to be established in Wales - Celtic Freeport covering Milford Haven and Port Talbot, and Anglesey Freeport in North Wales.
- Both freeports aim to attract £4.9bn in public and private investments, with the potential to create around 20,000 jobs by 2030.
- Freeports designed to enhance Welsh Government investment and policies for stronger, fairer, greener local economies.
First Minister announces £750,000 fund for tidal lagoon research
First Minister Mark Drakeford has announced £750,000 for the Tidal Lagoon Challenge.
Reducing river pollution through new action plan agreed at Welsh Government-led summit
“We are a government committed to our rivers.”
New funding to support Wales’ business, economic and research links with EU regions
New funding to help maintain and strengthen Wales’ business, economic and research ties with European regions following the UK’s exit from the EU has been announced today by the Welsh Government.
First Minister visits France to meet companies investing in Wales
The First Minister will visit Paris to meet energy and industrial companies investing in Wales, during a three day visit to France.
Consent granted for Wales’ first floating windfarm
The Welsh Government has granted consent for Wales’ first floating windfarm located 40km off the coast of Pembrokeshire.
St David Awards – a decade celebrating Wales’ everyday heroes
Two teenagers who averted a serious car accident thanks to their quick thinking and the owner of a wig service for people suffering hair loss, are among those shortlisted for this year’s St David Awards.
The First Minister’s St David’s Day message – 2023
The First Minister's message to the people of Wales on St David's Day
Statement about Clare Drakeford
A Welsh Government spokesperson said: “It is with deep sadness that we confirm the sudden passing of Clare Drakeford, wife of the First Minister.
New north Wales medical school to start training Wales’ future doctors
First Minister Mark Drakeford has announced the Welsh Government will be funding up to 140 medical student placements each year at the new north Wales medical school.
Hundreds of thousands of pounds of funding for ‘lifeline’ credit unions as Ministers urge those struggling to turn to a safe place for help
Welsh Government Ministers have today (Thursday, Jan 5) visited credit unions across Wales as they announced continued funding of just over £422,000 a year for the organisations which offer vital support to those struggling with their finances.
First Minister of Wales' New Year message
In his message the First Minister says: