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New guidance for meat processing and food production plants about preventing and managing outbreaks of coronavirus has today been issued to the sector.
Cameras will soon start rolling again in Wales as work on high profile productions are set to begin, following the Welsh Government coronavirus regulations and guidance, after a very difficult time for the film and TV industry across the world.
First Minister Mark Drakeford has today announced a start-up grant to support new businesses dealing with the severe impact of Coronavirus.
A one million pound fund will be available this financial year to make it easier for people to access local government services online.
New research showing how people across Wales have been affected by the coronavirus crisis has been published for the first time today.
Five digital health initiatives have been awarded funding as part of a £150,000 call to action for new and innovative ways to use digital technology in response to coronavirus and beyond.
- UK governments consult on new, fairer conditions for milk contracts
- Farmers and dairy producers urged to have their say on proposals
Children and young people will today for the first time ask the opening questions in the Welsh Government’s daily press conference to the Education Minister, Kirsty Williams.
The Welsh Government is providing £400,000 to support a growing Hengoed-based business which produces plastic injection moulded products and create 25 new jobs over the next 12 to 18 months.
Fire and Rescue Authorities (FRAs) in Wales have been awarded £3 million in funding by Welsh Government, to support national resilience capabilities and the response to national emergencies.
A major report today reveals the complex and long-standing factors contributing to the disproportionate impact coronavirus is having on Wales’ black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities.
Children are at risk of serious harm from undiagnosed diabetes if parents avoid seeking medical advice over fears of exposing them to Coronavirus.