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North Wales is continuing to have a higher employment rate, lower unemployment rate and lower economic inactivity than Wales as a whole, according to the latest Regional Economic and Labour Market profile.
People in Wales who rent their home will have a guaranteed minimum of 12 months’ protection against eviction at the start of a new tenancy if they have not breached the terms of their contract, under a new law unveiled today by the Welsh Government.
As Wales and Ireland face off in the Six Nations rugby today, Counsel General Jeremy Miles announced funding worth more than €6 million for three new projects aimed at strengthening ties between our two nations.
To round off National Apprenticeship Week, First Minister of Wales Mark Drakeford met Welsh Rugby Union apprentices as they taught a girls’ class of wheelchair rugby to pupils from Cardiff’s Ummul Mumineem Academy.
An innovative project which aims to improve fibre infrastructure at no extra cost to the taxpayer was announced today by Deputy Minister for Economy and Transport Lee Waters.
The Welsh Government is planning to address the practice of charging freeholders fees for maintenance and services on their estates, and is calling on people across Wales to share their experiences.
Next week will see Dr Peter Wittig, the German Ambassador to the UK, visit Wales and tour a number of German-owned companies working in Wales. He’ll also meet the First Minister and Eluned Morgan, the Minister for International Relations and Welsh Language.
With Dr Wittig’s visit on the way, we’ve put together a quick list of just some of the links which join Wales and Germany.
February marks the start of a major conservation project at Coity Castle, ensuring that the castle remains at the heart of the community for many generations to come.
Student application data published today saw a 6% increase in the number of applications to higher education institutions in Wales - the largest increase among the four UK nations.
Wales’ fire and rescue services could be given a wider role in keeping people safe as part of the Welsh Government’s future vision for the service, Deputy Minister for Housing and Local Government, Hannah Blythyn announced today.
Minister for Health and Social Services, Vaughan Gething has announced an extra £5.5m to back plans to halt obesity in Wales.
New survivor-designed campaign launches today to help people recognise the signs of sexual abuse.