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Environment Minister, Lesley Griffiths has awarded Cardiff Council £21m to implement a series of measures to improve air quality after she approved its revised clean air proposals.
An additional £1.25m EU funds announced today (Friday 10th January) will create high level skills training opportunities for another 400 Welsh industry employees across East Wales.
Projects boosting biodiversity, transforming green spaces and reducing waste benefit from landfill community scheme funding
Enhancing the biodiversity of a former spoil heap, creating a nature park and upcycling unwanted bikes are some of the projects set to benefit from more than £700,000 of Welsh Government funding.
If you’re struggling to pay your Council Tax bill, then help could be available for you through the Welsh Government’s flagship Council Tax Reduction Scheme (CTRS).
“Homelessness doesn’t always live on the streets” – major new campaign launched to tackle hidden homelessness
A major new campaign to tackle hidden homelessness by raising awareness that “homelessness doesn’t always live on the streets” has been launched by the Welsh Government.
The environmental performance of the Welsh Government’s administrative estate is exceeding expectations according to the 11th annual State of the Estate report out today [Wednesday 13 November].
Finance Minister Rebecca Evans is encouraging girls aged 12-13 [year 8] from across Wales to take part in the CyberFirst Girls 2020 competition, which opens for registration today [Monday 2 December].
More than 20,000 jobs have been created since April 2015 by enterprises that have received support from the Welsh Government’s flagship Business Wales service, Economy Minister Ken Skates has revealed.
The Welsh Government has continued to stand up for the people of Wales in 2019 by supporting business, improving transport and creating job opportunities, Economy Minister Ken Skates has said as the year draws to a close.
Investing in low emission vehicles and creating a more resilient transport system are amongst the initiatives benefitting from £74m of Welsh Government funding to provide better, more environmentally friendly transport.
Planning permission will no longer be required for the erection of a shed or glasshouse on an allotment in Wales, under new Welsh Government plans to simplify planning rules.
Councillors will be able to remotely attend council meetings more easily and job share cabinet posts, while councils will need to broadcast their meetings online, under new Welsh Government plans to support increasing diversity and transparency in local government.