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More than £500m of support reaches Welsh businesses

Half a billion pounds of relief grants has reached 41,000 small businesses in Wales in the space of just a few weeks.

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Education Minister sets out five key principles for schools’ return

The Education Minister, Kirsty Williams, will today set out her five key principles which will determine how education will be phased in at schools in Wales.

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Welsh Government announces death in service payment to Health and Care workers on the frontline

Health Minister Vaughan Gething has today (27 April 2020) confirmed that financial support of £60,000 will be provided to an eligible beneficiary of frontline staff working in the NHS and Social Care, should they die in service as a result of Covid-19.

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Are you missing out on help with your council tax bill?

If bills are mounting up and you are struggling to make ends meet during the coronavirus crisis, then help could be available to you.

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Swansea University helping fight coronavirus by getting ambulances back on the road in rapid time

Swansea University has successfully won funding to reduce the time it takes to sanitise ambulances after carrying a suspected Covid-19 positive patient.

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Bereavement services in Wales receive a £72k boost

Bereavement services in Wales have received extra funding of £72,000 from the Welsh Government to help them respond to the coronavirus pandemic.


Caerphilly packaging firm to make a million face shields a week

Transcend Packaging is adapting the way it works to produce a million face shields a week in response to the First Minister’s call for action to support NHS Wales.

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Statement on Holyhead Port

Deputy Minister for Economy and Transport Lee Waters has today responded to the UK Government’s announcement on support for ferry services and routes which does not include the vital route between Dublin and Holyhead.

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First Economic Resilience Fund grants to be paid to businesses

Businesses and organisations which have successfully applied to the Welsh Government’s £500m Economic Resilience Fund will start receiving grant payments by the end of next week, Economy, Transport and North Wales Minister Ken Skates has announced.

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First Minister announces path to lead Wales out of coronavirus pandemic

First Minister Mark Drakeford has today published a framework and seven key questions to help lead Wales out of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Revised coronavirus rules for Wales unveiled

The stay-at-home regulations have been revised in Wales to continue to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

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Diary Marker - Wales’ Historic Sites say ‘diolch’

8pm Thursday 23 April

More historic sites under Cadw’s care will be lit up in support of the amazing work done by the NHS and Social Care workers in Wales this week.