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Christmas card competition winner announced by First Minister
First Minister Mark Drakeford has announced Harry Gourlay is the winner of his annual Christmas card competition.
First ever summit will ensure young people with experience of care have their voices heard
The first ever summit for children and young people in care and care leavers in Wales will take place today (Saturday 3rd December).
First year of Co-operation Agreement delivers lasting change
Universal free school meals in primary schools across Wales and new measures to help people to live in their local communities are among some of the commitments delivered in the first year of the Co-operation Agreement between the Welsh Government and Plaid Cymru.
“Pob lwc Wales” at the World Cup
“You’re a special group of players and coaches with a passionate set of supporters right behind you. Good luck Wales, Pob lwc Cymru!”
‘A Christmas Welcome’ – First Minister launches annual Christmas Card Competition
First Minister Mark Drakeford is asking budding young artists to put their creative hats on and enter this year’s Christmas card competition.
New Welsh Language Commissioner announced
The First Minister has announced the appointment of Efa Gruffudd Jones as Welsh Language Commissioner.
First Minister to discuss cost-of-living crisis and renewable energy at Wales-Ireland Forum
First Minister of Wales Mark Drakeford will meet Ireland’s Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney at the second meeting of the Wales-Ireland Forum.
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.
St David Awards celebrate a decade of recognising national heroes
The First Minister has today urged people to put their nominations in for the 10th annual St David Awards before the closing date next month.
More children in Wales start receiving free school meals in action to tackle cost-of-living crisis
As children go back to school, First Minister Mark Drakeford and leader of Plaid Cymru Adam Price have welcomed the start of the expansion of free school meals to primary school children in Wales.