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New measures to tackle avian influenza come into force tomorrow

Bird keepers are being reminded new compulsory biosecurity and housing measures to further protect their birds against avian influenza come into force tomorrow (Friday 2 December).

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More than 500 people from Ukraine find a place of their own in Wales

More than 500 people from Ukraine have moved into longer-term accommodation after being supported through the Welsh Government’s super sponsor scheme.

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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.

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Ambitious new law that ‘transforms the rented sector in Wales’ comes into force

The biggest change to housing law in Wales for decades has today (Thursday, December 1) come into force, bringing greater transparency and consistency to renting a home.

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Support package announced for people affected by the closure of Menai Suspension Bridge

Deputy Minister for Climate Change Lee Waters will visit the Menai Suspension Bridge today (Wednesday, November 30) where he will unveil a package of support to ease the transport pressures on people travelling to and from Anglesey.

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Wales star of the screen this Winter as Welsh creative economy booms

LucasFilm’s much anticipated sequel to Willow prepares to hit screens on November 30th making it one in a string of productions to be filmed in Wales with support from Creative Wales.

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More incentives to join the teaching profession announced

The Minister for Education and Welsh Language, Jeremy Miles, has today announced several changes to support and encourage more people to join the teaching profession.

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Public Commemoration in Wales – new guidance to help create a more informed relationship with our history

The Welsh Government has today launched a consultation on new guidance which will help public bodies better represent modern Wales through public commemorations.

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Welsh Leeks secures protection

Wales’ national vegetable and emblem, the Welsh Leek, is now officially protected as it gains PGI (Protected Geographical Indication) UK GI status.

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Come and see us at Winter Fair, says Rural Affairs Minister

 As one of the most important events in the Welsh rural calendar takes place the Minister for Rural Affairs, Lesley Griffiths, is encouraging visitors to this year’s Royal Welsh Winter Fair to call in to the Welsh Government stand

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Funding announced for culture, heritage and sport actions of the Anti-racist Wales Action Plan

The Deputy Minister for Arts and Sport, Dawn Bowden has announced £4.5m over the next three years to support the delivery of the culture, heritage and sport goals and actions in the Welsh Government’s Anti-Racist Wales Action Plan.

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New compulsory biosecurity and housing measures to further protect against AI

New biosecurity and housing requirements will be implemented for poultry and captive birds in Wales as surveillance of avian influenza suggests a heightened risk of disease for Wales over the winter months.