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Coity

Another new era for Coity Castle as conservation starts this spring

February marks the start of a major conservation project at Coity Castle, ensuring that the castle remains at the heart of the community for many generations to come.

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Minister welcomes latest increase in applications to Welsh universities

Student application data published today saw a 6% increase in the number of applications to higher education institutions in Wales - the largest increase among the four UK nations.  

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Minister sets out new vision for Wales’ fire and rescue services

Wales’ fire and rescue services could be given a wider role in keeping people safe as part of the Welsh Government’s future vision for the service, Deputy Minister for Housing and Local Government, Hannah Blythyn announced today.

Healthy Weight Healthy Wales

£5.5m to help prevent and reduce obesity in Wales

Minister for Health and Social Services, Vaughan Gething has announced an extra £5.5m to back plans to halt obesity in Wales.

TISA

This is sexual abuse

New survivor-designed campaign launches today to help people recognise the signs of sexual abuse.

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Successful holiday hunger scheme rolled out across Wales

A pilot scheme tackling food poverty and holiday hunger will return again this year – with Welsh Government funding increasing from £100,000 to £1m.

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91 new jobs in Rhymney thanks to Welsh Government support

The Welsh Government is investing £650,000 in Caerphilly-based Williams Medical Supplies (WMS) which will see 91 new jobs created in the Valleys, Economy Minister Ken Skates has announced.

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Essential resurfacing work to take place on A55 Junction 35 – 34

Essential resurfacing work is to take place on the A55 westbound between Junction 35 Dobshill and Junction 34 Ewloe. 

Llandeilo Market Hall

£1.4m to help transform Llandeilo Market Hall into a high-quality development

Llandeilo’s Market Hall will be transformed into an innovative business hub for the town centre and wider community thanks to £1.4m from the Welsh Government and EU, Deputy Minister for Housing and Local Government, Hannah Blythyn has announced.

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£6.5m for new digital service for cancer care in Wales

On World Cancer Day (Tuesday 4 February), Health Minister Vaughan Gething has announced £6.5m for a new digital service for cancer care in Wales.

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Welsh Government invests £950,000 to develop Newtown’s Riverside Venue

The Welsh Government has awarded £950,000 to develop a new riverside venue in NewtownDeputy Minister for Housing and Local Government Hannah Blythyn has announced.

Economy Minister Ken Skates meeting apprentices at GE Aviation

Welsh Government target of creating 100,000 apprenticeships set to be exceeded

The Welsh Government is on course to exceed its target of providing 100,000 all-age, high quality apprenticeships across Wales during this Assembly term, Economy Minister Ken Skates has said at the beginning of Apprenticeship Week.