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A Torfaen man is riding high after receiving Welsh Government support to launch a bicycle repair business during the coronavirus lockdown.
The Welsh Government today pledged to support everyone to find work, education or training or help to start their own business as it launched a £40m skills and jobs fund.
The Chief Pharmaceutical Officer for Wales, Andrew Evans has today [Tuesday 28th] announced the board members appointed to the Pharmacy: Delivering a Healthier Wales Delivery Board.
From Monday 27th July people travelling on public transport must wear face coverings in Wales. The law will also apply to taxis.
Wales largest ever flu campaign, which will see more people benefit from the free flu vaccine programme has been announced today (July 24) by the Minster for Health, Vaughan Gething.
Finance Minister Rebecca Evans has described today’s meeting with the Treasury as a “missed opportunity” for the UK Government to provide Wales with greater flexibilities to meet the financial pressures associated with the coronavirus pandemic.
Temporary increase in the notice period for eviction will provide greater protection against homelessness
A temporary increase in the notice period for eviction will provide greater protection from homelessness for tenants in private rented and housing association accommodation in Wales, Housing and Local Government Minister Julie James said today.
The Welsh Government is supporting natural flood management (NFM) projects across Wales with more than £2million in grant funding.
Cinemas, museums and beauty salons can reopen from Monday, as Wales’ coronavirus restrictions continue to be relaxed, First Minister Mark Drakeford announced today.
Health Minister, Vaughan Gething, has welcomed the announcement of a new Lighthouse Lab in Newport as part of a UK-wide expansion.
Wales has seen a growing sense of community spirit since the start of the pandemic according to new Covid-19 research published today.