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‘We are here to help you rebuild your lives and settle into Wales’ – vows Social Justice Minister after meeting Ukraine nationals
Ukraine nationals who fled their country after the Russian invasion have been welcomed to Wales by the First Minister and Social Justice Minister Jane Hutt.
Coronavirus regulations to end in Wales
First Minister Mark Drakeford today said Wales can look forward to a brighter future, as the last remaining coronavirus protections in law come to an end.
Welsh Government coronavirus update
The First Minister is expected to confirm tomorrow that the last remaining coronavirus regulations will be removed from Monday 30 May.
Funding for music education trebled to the tune of £13.5m
Every child will have the opportunity to benefit from music education as part of the Welsh Government’s plans for a national music service, which will help ensure no child misses out due to a lack of means.
First Minister celebrates 10 years of the Wales Coast Path
The First Minister will celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Wales Coast Path with a visit to meet volunteers and walkers in Monmouthshire today.
A way forward for Senedd reform
First Minister Mark Drakeford and Plaid Cymru Leader Adam Price have today set out a way forward for Senedd reform.
£9.5m new Innovation Hub to support Wales become a global leader in Cyber Security
A new Cyber Innovation Hub to help Wales become a global leader in the sector will be operational later this year, thanks to a £3m investment from the Welsh Government, First Minister, Mark Drakeford announced today.
Face coverings retained in health and social care settings
First Minister Mark Drakeford has confirmed the legal requirement to wear a face covering in health and care settings will remain in place.
“Everything we do helps protect us and the people around us” – First Minister Mark Drakeford
First Minister Mark Drakeford has spoken about the importance of continuing to take simple steps to protect our public health to manage the spread of coronavirus.
Urdd receives St David Award for welcoming people fleeing Ukraine and Afghanistan
The youth organisation was awarded the First Minister’s Special Award in this evening’s ceremony for everything it has achieved in a century of serving young people in Wales, sustaining Welsh as a living language, and in the most recent times exemplifying the Nation of Sanctuary approach to providing sanctuary, support and safety to people fleeing Afghanistan and Ukraine.
£25m to kick-start free school meals for all primary school children in Wales
£25m is being invested in school kitchen and dining infrastructure, as part of plans to roll out free school meals to all primary school children in Wales, the Welsh Government has announced.
Cautious approach to coronavirus protections to continue
Wales will continue to gradually relax some of its remaining pandemic protections, First Minister Mark Drakeford will announce tomorrow.