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1.5 million additional meals served up by Universal Primary Free School Meals
An additional 1.5 million free school meals have been served in primary schools across Wales since the rollout of Universal Primary Free School Meals began in September.
Welsh Government response to latest NHS Wales performance data
A Welsh Government spokesperson said: “October saw the first decrease in the number of patient pathways* waiting to start treatment since April 2020. Although record levels of demand on the ambulance service were reported in November there was also some improvement in emergency department performance.
Appointments to Commission for Tertiary Education and Research
The Minister for Education and Welsh Language, Jeremy Miles has announced the appointments of Professor Dame Julie Lydon as the Chair of the Board for the Commission for Tertiary Education and Research (CTER) and Professor David Sweeney as Chair of the Research and Innovation Committee and Deputy Chair for the CTER Board.
Please don’t add extra pressure on ambulance service during strikes – Health Minister
The Minister for Health and Social Services, Eluned Morgan, has urged people to take extra care and only call 999 for life-threatening or serious emergencies during the ambulance strikes.
Menai Suspension Bridge update 20/12/2022
The list of frequently asked questions relating to the closure of the Menai Suspension Bridge to traffic has been updated.
Welsh goods export values recover to beyond pre-pandemic levels to total £19.4 billion
Goods export values by Welsh businesses have recovered beyond pre-pandemic levels and totalled £19.4 billion for the year ending September 2022 , an increase of more than a third compared to the previous 12-month period and £1.7 billion higher than the year ending September 2019, Economy Minister Vaughan Gething has announced.
New pilot programme giving young people insight into the world of work
A new pilot project helping to prepare young people for a career and to understand their working rights has begun as part of the new Curriculum for Wales.
Minister for Climate Change's response to COP15 agreement
The Minister for Climate Change, Julie James, has responded to the latest agreement that has been reached at COP15 in Montreal.
Deeside site on Rolls Royce SMR shortlist
. The inclusion of the Gateway site in Deeside on the shortlist of three sites for the Rolls Royce SMR factory to produce key components for Small Modular Reactors (SMRs), shows the strength of the skills and expertise in North Wales, Ministers have said.
New project aims to eradicate Sheep Scab from Wales
Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths has awarded Coleg Sir Gar a three-year contract to work on eradicating Sheep Scab in Wales.
£7m digital system will improve maternity services in Wales
Vital information about the health of pregnant women and their unborn babies will be shared much faster with a new all-Wales digital system for maternity services in Wales, being created by a £7m investment from the Welsh Government.
Minister launches new initiative to encourage more Welsh food onto public sector plates in Wales
The Welsh Government has launched a new initiative to encourage more local spending on food by the Welsh NHS, schools and local government to help support Welsh producers, create more jobs and boost prosperity in local communities, Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething announced today.