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£39m boost for bus passengers in Wales

Deputy Climate Change Minister Lee Waters has today (Friday, March 15) announced that support for the bus industry in Wales will continue with £39m confirmed for the year ahead.

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Winners of Welsh Government’s £750,000 Tidal Lagoon Challenge named

Climate Change Minister Julie James has just announced the successful applicants of the Welsh Government’s £750,000 Tidal Lagoon challenge.

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Animal Welfare Teams delivering across Wales

Award-winning teams of animal licensing and enforcement officers are making a difference across Wales, as part of the Welsh Government’s plans to improve animal welfare, Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths said today.

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Up to 2,500 businesses to benefit from Welsh Government future proofing fund

Hundreds of micro, small and medium-sized businesses in Wales will soon be able to apply for Welsh Government funding designed to help them to reduce their running costs.

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£500,000 to help lower income families attend the National Eisteddfod and Urdd Eisteddfod

The Minister for Education and Welsh Language has today announced additional funding of half a million pounds for the National Eisteddfod and the Urdd Eisteddfod, to make this year's festivals accessible to lower income families.

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‘Unparalleled’ and ‘groundbreaking’ measures are tackling second homes and affordability in Wales

Climate Change Minister Julie James has today (Tuesday, March 12) delivered a statement on the Welsh Government’s approach to tackling issues caused by second home ownership that she described as being ‘unparalleled in a UK context’.

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Site dedicated to thousands of lives lost officially recognised as the National Mining Disaster Memorial Garden of Wales

A memorial garden in Senghenydd, which commemorates those who died in the worst disaster in the history of British mining, has been given the “recognition it deserves” and formally acknowledged by the Welsh Government as the National Mining Disaster Memorial Garden of Wales.

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Proposals published to improve gender balance in the Senedd

Landmark legal proposals to increase the proportion of women standing as candidates in future Senedd elections are published today (11 March).

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Network of car clubs will connect rural communities thanks to £1m Welsh Government boost

The Welsh Government will be investing £1m to create a network of car clubs to connect rural communities, Deputy Climate Change Minister Lee Waters announced today.

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Welsh Government to pay for all RAAC repairs in schools

The Education Minister, Jeremy Miles, has today announced new capital funding of more than £12.5m to improve school and college buildings throughout Wales.

Welsh Government

Statement from Rural Affairs Minister as consultation closes

The Minister for Rural Affairs Lesley Griffiths has today thanked everyone who has taken the time to respond to the Sustainable Farming Scheme consultation. She has reaffirmed the government’s commitment to supporting farming as a crucial means of addressing the climate and nature emergency which is threatening the ability of future generations to produce the food they need.

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New clinical lead to help drive improvements in women’s health

On International Women’s Day, Health Minister Eluned Morgan welcomes the appointment of a new clinical lead for women’s health, who will help drive improvements in women’s health services across Wales.