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Exciting developments are taking place across Rhyl town centre as projects, backed by the Welsh Government’s Transforming Towns fund and delivered in partnership with Denbighshire Council, take shape.
Actions to support the sustainable production of food, improve biodiversity, and strengthen the rural economy are part of proposals published today which outline the next steps in designing Wales’ landmark future farm support scheme.
A proposal to introduce a compulsory scheme to eradicate Bovine Viral Diarrhoea (BVD) in Wales has gone out to consultation today [Thursday, 30 June]
Welsh food and drink exports hit a record high in 2021 reaching £641m, Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths has announced.
An innovative research and development project to improve the productivity and environmental performance of businesses in the aerospace and food and drink sectors is taking place at the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) Cymru in Broughton.
With temperatures set to rise across Wales in the coming days, people are being reminded to protect their pets and not leave them in hot vehicles.
Four of the many successful projects to benefit from the European Union’s Rural Development Programme (RDP) have received awards for their achievements at a two-day event held at the Royal Welsh Showground.
Building on the benefits significant European funding has brought to projects in rural Wales and the commitment of communities who have delivered them will be crucial as we look to the future.
Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths has officially opened a brand-new Tasting Lodge at Llanerch Vineyard and seen the grape work taking place as Welsh Wine Week starts today (Saturday 4 June).
There is a warm welcome for the Urdd Eisteddfod in North Wales as the movement celebrates its centenary year, Minister for North Wales Lesley Griffiths said today.
Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths has visited an award-winning honey producer in Builth Wells to celebrate World Bee Day which takes place today (Friday, 20 May).
Continued delays to the introduction of EU import checks are a risk to biosecurity and put Welsh farmers at a disadvantage, Rural Affairs and North Wales Minister Lesley Griffiths has warned.