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- New innovation fund to support reinstatement of regional shows next year
A set of new targeted restrictions in the hospitality and leisure sectors, together with a £340m support package, has been announced by First Minister Mark Drakeford.
New revised NHS Wales hospital visiting guidance during the coronavirus outbreak will be published on Monday 30 November 2020. This supersedes previously published guidance.
Everyone living or working in Lower Cynon Valley will be offered a coronavirus test, becoming the second area in Wales to introduce mass testing, following Merthyr Tydfil.
Welsh Government launches National Peatlands Action Programme to help lock in carbon and reinvigorate vital habitats
The management and renewal of Wales’ environmentally important peatlands – helping the nation’s response to the climate crisis – will be outlined under a new programme published today (Friday, November 27)
Local councils across Wales are set to receive an additional £2.6m to help them meet the increasing demand for the Welsh Government’s Council Tax Reduction Scheme.
The Welsh Government has awarded 25 grants totalling £115,580 to community groups across Wales to help put Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) voices at the heart of the development of Wales’ Race Equality Action Plan.
Low carbon housing, retrofitting to improve energy efficiency and training opportunities for prisoners will feature in projects receiving funding to create affordable homes for the future.
The recycling rate for Wales has reached a record high, with the country as a whole exceeding the latest recycling target and achieving 65.14% for 2019/20, according to statistics published today.
Over 200 Welsh statues, streets and buildings connected to the slave trade listed in nationwide audit
In July, following the death of George Floyd and a month of action by the Black Lives Matter movement, First Minister Mark Drakeford ordered an urgent audit of statues, street and building names to address Wales’ connections with slavery and the slave trade.
“The Chancellor has made the wrong choices and broken promises”– Finance Minister responds to UK Government Spending Review
Finance Minister Rebecca Evans responded to the UK Government Spending Review today saying that she is deeply concerned and disappointed that promises have been broken and the wrong choices made.
Welsh Government is pushing forward in its ambition to make active travel a realistic alternative by making it easier for people to tell their local councils where existing routes need to be improved and new routes built.