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The Minister for Health Vaughan Gething has today (Wednesday 22nd July) confirmed an agreement with Vertex Pharmaceuticals to secure access to the medicine Kaftrio® in Wales.
Bovine TB vaccine field trials a major breakthrough in long-term plan to eradicate the disease – Lesley Griffiths
World-leading bovine tuberculosis TB cattle vaccination trials set to get underway hails a major breakthrough in the long-term plan to eradicate this devastating animal disease, Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths said today.
The Welsh Government has today announced additional funding of more than £50 million for universities and colleges.
Health Minister Vaughan Gething has today (Tuesday, 21 July) announced a 2.8% pay uplift for doctors and dentists in Wales.
Professor Charlotte Williams to lead work on teaching Wales’s “rich history built on difference and diversity”
Professor Charlotte Williams OBE has been appointed by the Welsh Government to lead a new working group to advise on and improve the teaching of themes relating to Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities and experiences across all parts of the school curriculum.
People will be asked to phone first before going to A&E as emergency services are remodeled to respond to coronavirus, Health Minister Vaughan Gething announced today.
More homes and businesses are set to benefit from the Welsh Government’s rollout of fast fibre broadband in partnership with Openreach, Deputy Minister for Economy and Transport, Lee Waters, announced today.
Let’s build on a Team Wales approach and ensure a lasting green recovery - Lesley Griffiths as virtual Royal Welsh gets underway
We've seen a truly Team Wales approach to Covid 19, we must now build on this to ensure a lasting green recovery - that was the message from Minister for Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs, Lesley Griffiths, as the virtual Royal Welsh Show gets underway today.
- Visible increases in number of people cycling and walking
- £38 million to make Wales a safer place to cycle, scoot and walk
- Biggest ever investment in local active travel improvements
Finance Minister announces extra £1.4m funding to boost household income and manage problem debt in Wales
Services that support people in Wales to manage problem debt and improve their household income are set to receive a £1.4m boost to help them respond to an increase in demand on their services.
As the first wave of the Coronavirus pandemic in the UK subsides, the findings of a review of deaths in Wales associated with the virus has been published.
Economy Minister Ken Skates has revealed that the Welsh Government’s unique Economic Resilience Fund (ERF) has already supported more than 1800 North Wales businesses with £34m of funding, helping them to protect more than 14,000 jobs.