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Wales’s first ‘multibank’ will provide essential items to people in need

A new initiative to provide essential goods to struggling households has been launched in Swansea.

Wales In India launch - FM Mark Drakeford

St David’s Day: A year of ‘Wales in India’ launched by Welsh Ministers in London and Mumbai

[1st March]: To mark St David’s Day, the celebration of Wales’s patron saint, the Welsh Government has launched ‘Wales in India’, to strengthen ties and opportunities between the two countries.

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First Minister announces St David Awards 2024 finalists

First Minister Mark Drakeford has announced the finalists of this year’s St David Awards at an event at the Senedd.

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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.


Wales strengthens ties with Silesia to mark 20 years of shared history

First Minister Mark Drakeford is set to renew Wales’ longstanding relationship with the Silesia region of Poland.

FM NYE Message

First Minister of Wales' New Year message 2024

In his message the First Minister says: 

FM Christmas Xmas Card 2023

First Minister announces Christmas card competition winner

Mark Drakeford has today announced Kai Lloyd as the winner of the annual First Minister’s Christmas card competition.

Free School Meals - FSM - School Dinner - Lunch

15 million free school meals served as part of Co-operation Agreement

15 million free school meals have been served in primary schools across Wales as part of the Co-operation Agreement between the Welsh Government and Plaid Cymru.


27 woodlands join National Forest for Wales

The Welsh Government has today announced that 27 woodland sites will join the National Forest for Wales network.

Holyhead Breakwater 1 - photo by John Davies

Welsh Government to invest £40m to refurbish Breakwater and secure future of Holyhead Port

  • £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.
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First Minister welcomes UEFA EURO 2028 decision.

First Minister Mark Drakeford has welcomed today’s news that Wales will host matches at the finals of a major senior international football tournament for the first time.