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Playgrounds, funfairs and community centres to reopen – First Minister

Playgrounds, funfairs and community centres in Wales will reopen on Monday, First Minister Mark Drakeford confirmed today.

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Welsh Government Economic Resilience Fund protects 75,000 jobs

Economy Minister Ken Skates has revealed that the Welsh Government’s unique Economic Resilience Fund (ERF) has already supported more than 9,000 businesses in Wales, helping them to protect around 75,000 jobs.

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Summer Reading Challenge 2020 launches today

The Summer Reading Challenge will be launched in Wales today by the Education Minister and the Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism.

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“Once in a generation opportunity to reset the clock” – Minister sets out Welsh Government’s planning policy for a post- COVID world

Retaining the positive changes driven by the coronavirus pandemic is central to the Welsh Government’s new planning policy, published today.

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Shielding in Wales to pause from 16 August

The Chief Medical Officer for Wales Dr Frank Atherton has confirmed people in Wales who are shielding will no longer need to do so after 16 August.

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Use of wild animals in circuses to be banned in Wales after Bill passed

A Bill to ban the use of wild animals in travelling circuses in Wales has today (Wednesday 15 July) been passed by the Senedd.

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Welsh Government introduced over 50 laws to deal with coronavirus

First Minister sets out legislative priorities

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New Covid-19 testing strategy for Wales published

Wales’ new coronavirus testing strategy has been published today [Wednesday 15] by Health Minister Vaughan Gething.  

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Driving lessons to restart in Wales from 27 July

The Welsh Government has confirmed driving lessons will be able to take place in Wales from 27 July.

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£9m to support town centres recover from the Coronavirus pandemic announced

The Welsh Government has made up to £9 million available to support town centres recover from the Coronavirus pandemic.

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£9m to support town centres recover from the Coronavirus pandemic announced

The Welsh Government has made up to £9 million available to support town centres recover from the Coronavirus pandemic.

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Cross-border regional response to aerospace sector underway

A cross-border response, involving Welsh Government and its partners, to support the Airbus workforce and wider supply chain is well underway, Minister for Economy and North Wales Ken Skates said today