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Dental and optometry practices across Wales are gradually reintroducing a broader range of services as part of the phased recovery of health services from the coronavirus pandemic.
Welsh Government to extend measures to protect businesses impacted by coronavirus from eviction during summer
The Welsh Government is extending measures to protect businesses affected by coronavirus from eviction during the summer, Minister for Economy, Transport and North Wales Ken Skates, has announced.
£1.5m new Welsh Government funding will help victims and survivors of domestic abuse to Live Fear Free
The Deputy Minister and Chief Whip, Jane Hutt, today announced that VAWDASV (violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence) services in Wales are set to receive an additional £1.5m in revenue to help them respond to increased demands on services as a result of Covid-19.
People from two separate households will be able to join together to form one exclusive extended household the First Minister will today [Monday June 29] announce.
Shoppers are being urged to show their support for key workers in Wales’ food and drink industry by taking part in a new online campaign #CaruCymruCaruBlas #LoveWalesLoveTaste.
Health Minister Vaughan Gething has today [Friday 26] announced the new chair of Cardiff and Vale University Health Board (CAVUHB) will be Charles Janczewski.
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.