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The Historic Environment sector in Wales addresses climate change challenges

An expert group has launched Wales’s Historic Environment and Climate Change in Wales Sector Adaptation Plan.

(From left) Chairman of Gwynedd council, Councillor Edgar Wyn Owen, with Economy, Transport and North Wales Minister Ken Skates, and Traffic Commissioner for Wales Victoria Davies

Traffic Commissioner’s Caernarfon office officially opens

The Traffic Commissioner now has a base in both North and South Wales following the official opening of the North Wales office in Caernarfon today [Thursday, 27 February]

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UK Government chooses to go it alone First Minister: UK Govt putting ideology above people’s livelihoods

First Minister Mark Drakeford today warned that the UK Government’s approach to future trade with the EU will damage the Welsh economy in a rushed bid to get a deal.

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Have your say on plans to create a zero waste Wales

The Welsh Government wants your views on its plans to make Wales the world’s top recycling nation and help us become a truly circular economy, at a series of Beyond Recycling Consultation Events across Wales.

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Contract awarded for £29m A55 Tai’r Meibion scheme – as North Wales transport improvements continue

Work on the A55 Aber to Tai’r Meibion improvements is set to begin in late March, North Wales Minister Ken Skates will announce today [Thursday, 27 February].

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Welsh stations miss out on UK Government investment

The Welsh Government has expressed its disappointment after stations on the Wales & Borders network have missed out on UK Government funding, describing it as “the UK Government’s failure to deliver the investment they are responsible for.”

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Train station use sees biggest growth in more than a decade

There was a 9.4% growth in the use of Welsh rail stations in 2018-19, the largest year on year increase in more than 10 years.

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International Ministers announce the signing of a Declaration of Intent aimed at strengthening Quebec’s Relations with Wales

Eluned Morgan, Wales’ Minister for International Relations and the Welsh Language and Nadine Girault, Quebec’s Minister of International Relations and La Francophonie, used their first meeting to sign a declaration of intent which, among other things, is aimed at intensifying Wales and Quebec’s relationship through their joint participation in activities related to the economy, innovation, culture and education sectors. 

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Cyber College Cymru coming online for new generation of digital talent

Leading companies and Welsh educators join forces in new route to tech careers

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Launch of exciting new initiative to boost nature ‘on your doorstep’

The Welsh Government launches a major new scheme today (Wednesday 26 February) which aims to empower communities to bring nature ‘to your doorstep’ and help halt and reverse the decline in nature .

The Britain-wide Red Meat Levy Ring-fenced Fund will increase from £2million to £3.5million next year

Minister welcomes additional funding to promote Welsh red meat

Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths has welcomed confirmation the Britain-wide Red Meat Levy Ring-fenced Fund will increase from £2million to £3.5million next year, after agreement was reached between the Red Meat Levy boards in Wales, Scotland and England.

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Delivering a Digital Wales takes a step closer

The Welsh Government’s ambition to deliver a Digital Wales moves closer as Finance Minister, Rebecca Evans announces testing for a new digital public services Centre will begin.