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FirstMinister-08.05.20

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

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Finance Minister sets out homebuyers’ tax holiday for Wales

People buying their main homes in Wales costing less than £250,000 will not pay any tax under temporary measures announced by the Finance Minister today.

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New guidance to support September schools return

The Welsh Government has today published updated guidance to support schools prior to the return of all pupils in September.

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Wales ready to welcome visitors again

The First Minister Mark Drakeford will today see how tourism businesses are preparing to welcome back visitors to Wales as the sector prepares to open for the first time since the since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Large tourism companies welcome Economic Resilience Fund support of £2m from Welsh Government

As restrictions begin to be gradually eased at tourism sites and attractions across Wales, the Welsh Government’s bespoke Economic Resilience Fund (ERF) has provided vital support of more than £2 million to some of our largest key tourism companies. 

  

 

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22% jump in inward investment projects create and safeguard over 3,100 jobs across Wales

Wales secured 62 inward investment projects in 2019-20, up from 51 investments in the previous year, creating and safeguarding more than 3,100 jobs across the country

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Coronavirus restrictions relaxed further to support tourism and leisure sectors in Wales

Hairdressers, barbers and most indoor tourist attractions will reopen on Monday, First Minister Mark Drakeford announced today (Friday 10 July) as he set out further measures to lift Wales’ coronavirus restrictions.