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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 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.
Wales will continue to gradually relax some of its remaining pandemic protections, First Minister Mark Drakeford will announce tomorrow.
The First Minister has announced the location of Wales’ third commemorative woodland at Cwmfelinfach in Caerphilly.
First Minister Mark Drakeford will meet the Wales Women's rugby squad today (Monday 21 March) ahead of the start of the 2022 TikTok Women's Six Nations Championship.
Wales will act as a super-sponsor for a scheme that will enable people fleeing the war to seek safety in Wales.
The war in Ukraine and co-operation across Europe will be discussed by European leaders, when the First Minister addresses the EU Committee of the Regions.
First Minister of Wales Mark Drakeford has announced that from today, refugees fleeing the ongoing conflict in Ukraine can travel for free on Transport for Wales services.
The first shipment of medical supplies including ventilators, bandages and face masks is being despatched from Wales today to support the people of Ukraine.
The First Minister is encouraging people across Wales to take part in a consultation about the terms of reference for the UK-wide Covid-19 inquiry.
St David Awards winners in 2020 and 2021 will be Welsh Government guests at Wales’ games against France and Italy.
First Minister Mark Drakeford will tomorrow (Friday 4 March) publish Wales’ longer-term plan to live safely with coronavirus.