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5 things you may not know about Wales’s new curriculum
History was made in Wales this evening (Tuesday, March 9) when the Curriculum and Assessment (Wales) Bill reached its final stage before being passed into law.
£18.7m to extend business incentives to recruit more apprentices
The Welsh Government has invested a further £18.7m to extend incentives to support businesses in recruiting apprentices in Wales.
One million people receive first vaccine dose
One million people across Wales have had at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine, meaning almost 40% of the adult population now have a level of protection from COVID-19.
Elections May 2021 - Joint statement from the Welsh Government, UK Government and Scottish Government
Safe and secure elections are fundamental to our democracy. Now, more than ever, voters have the right to be heard, and on 6 May 2021 elections are scheduled to take place in England, Scotland and Wales.
“When we stand together, united as one community, we can make a real difference to tackling hate crime in our society.”
Deputy Minister and Chief Whip Jane Hutt on the launch of the ‘Hate Hurts Wales’ campaign
Extra £72m to support learners as they return to school
Education Minister Kirsty Williams has today announced a further £72 million to support learners as part of the response towards recovery and progression since the pandemic.
Self-referral online form for unpaid carers launched for Covid-19 vaccination
Unpaid carers who may not be registered as an unpaid carer with their GP are being asked to come forward by completing a new online self-referral form in order to receive their Covid-19 vaccine as part of priority group 6.
£16m invested in fund which speeds up access to life saving medicines
The Minister for Health and Social Services, Vaughan Gething has today confirmed a further £16m to extend a scheme to speed up access to new medicines in Wales.
Choose to Challenge on International Women’s Day: Wales won’t be a bystander to abuse and inequality
On International Women’s Day, the Deputy Minister and Chief Whip, Jane Hutt, asks the people of Wales to choose to challenge and call out gender bias, inequality, and violence against women.
New fund to provide Microprocessor Controlled Prosthetic Knees
Health Minister Vaughan Gething has announced a new £700k fund to provide specialist Microprocessor Controlled Prosthetic Knees (MPK) to eligible patients. Currently the MPK's are available to veterans who live in Wales who were injured in service.
Wales is your home, FM tells EU nationals
First Minister Mark Drakeford has written an open letter to all EU nationals living in Wales urging those who have yet to apply for settled status to do so before the deadline in June.
£200,000 to restore one of Llandeilo’s oldest buildings
The Welsh Government has today announced funding to help complete the restoration work of the Shire Hall in Llandeilo.