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Welsh Government releases additional £100M business support as Economic Resilience Fund sees unprecedented rate of applications

The latest phase of the Welsh Government’s Economic Resilience Fund has benefited from the release of a further £100million from ministers within 72 hours of launch, due to a massive demand.

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Online training for furloughed workforce during coronavirus pandemic

New e-learning resources aimed at helping workers furloughed as a result of  coronavirus to learn new skills are now live, Minister for Economy, Transport and North Wales, Ken Skates has announced.

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New guidance will help Wales stay safe and stay learning while dealing coronavirus impact

Education Minister Kirsty Williams has today (Monday, April 20) published a policy statement called Stay Safe. Stay Learning. which aims to support learners, leaders, governors, practitioners, parents and carers in dealing with the impact of coronavirus.

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Technology and military part of plans to increase testing of critical workers in Wales

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New plans to get more critical workers tested for coronavirus so they can return to work more quickly have been announced by Health Minister, Vaughan Gething, today. (Sunday 19 April).

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Grass fire warning following the use of sky lantern to show support for NHS.

The Welsh Government and Welsh Fire and Rescue Services have warned people against using sky lanterns to show their support for the NHS during COVID-19.

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Minister announces up to £6.3m for hospices in Wales during Covid-19 outbreak

Minister for Health and Social Services, Vaughan Gething, has today (Sunday, 19 April) announced a three-month package of additional support worth up to £6.3m for hospices in Wales

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Learning Welsh proving popular during lockdown

Learning Welsh is one of the ways people are entertaining and improving themselves during the lockdown, new figures suggest. 

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5 ways Wales is leading the way in delivering digital education services

The Welsh Government is regarded as a world-leader in digital service delivery for education. Here are just some of the reasons why.

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Update on ongoing work to support higher education in facing the financial challenges posed by COVID-19

Kirsty Williams, Wales’s Education Minister, has given an update on ongoing work to support higher education in facing the financial challenges posed by COVID-19.

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Welsh Government boosts support for valued charities and third sector organisations in Wales

The Welsh Government is backing volunteers, charities and third sector organisations in Wales who are playing a vital role in response to Covid-19 with funding support to help meet their needs. 

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Welsh distillers Penderyn contributes to fight against Coronavirus

Economy, Transport and North Wales Minister Ken Skates has thanked iconic Welsh whisky and spirits brand Penderyn on diverting its expert distillers to produce much needed hand sanitizer for the NHS in Wales.

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Wales to roll out once-a-month injection for recovering heroin addicts to help protect NHS staff

Wales will become the first part of the UK to make a new once-a-month injection for recovering heroin addicts routinely available.