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Health Minister Vaughan Gething has announced an extra £15.7m to nearly double the contact tracing workforce in Wales for the winter.
The Deputy Minister for Health and Social Services, Julie Morgan today (November 12) launches the new Parenting. Give it Time campaign providing information, support and advice for parents.
Five new appointments to the Food and Drink Wales Industry Board have today [Thursday 12 November] been announced by Minister for Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs, Lesley Griffiths.
An all Wales Avian Influenza Prevention Zone is being introduced to mitigate the risk of infection following recent confirmed cases in England, Minister for Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs Lesley Griffiths announced today.
Wales Chief Medical Officer welcomes encouraging vaccine news but urges us all to continue to ‘stay safe’
The Chief Medical Officer for Wales has welcomed the news that a Covid-19 vaccine could be ready this year but has warned “that these are very early days”.
Economy Minister Ken Skates has written to tens of thousands of businesses in Wales urging them to make sure they are taking the necessary steps to prepare for the end of the EU transition period.
A new £3.5m round of the Circular Economy Fund for public bodies for post-Covid response and a green recovery in Wales opens for applications today.
The Welsh Government has today [11th November] launched a consultation on the establishment of a new fund to provide additional support to disabled people to seek elected office for the 2021 Senedd elections and the 2022 Local Government elections.
Economy Minister Ken Skates has announced that businesses in Wales will be able to claim up to £3,000 for each new apprentice they hire under the age of 25.
“Arts and Culture in Wales must survive this pandemic” says Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism
With 50 days to go until the end of the transition period, Jeremy Miles today reminded the public that there will be very significant change next year, whether or not there is a deal, and said that the Welsh Government is continuing to do all it can to try to limit the damage which this change will do to Welsh livelihoods.