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Minister thanks key workers on eve of NHS' 72nd birthday

Health Minister, Vaughan Gething, has written an open letter on the eve of the 72nd birthday of the NHS, reflecting on the coronavirus pandemic in Wales.

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Bus Emergency Scheme to secure future of industry

Bus Operators across Wales will be rescued by a further funding package from Welsh Government.  Wales’ bus industry will be funded through a new Bus Emergency Scheme, providing financial support for revenue lost during the coronavirus pandemic in return for greater public control over our buses.

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Stay local to be lifted in Wales

The requirement to stay local will be lifted from 6 July, First Minister Mark Drakeford confirmed today (Friday 3 July).

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Stay local will be lifted in Wales from Monday 6 July, First Minister Mark Drakeford will confirm today (Friday 3 July)

The First Minister will confirm that conditions will allow the Welsh Government to lift the requirement to stay local and to introduce changes to the regulations to enable families to be reunited once again. From Monday, people from two separate households will be able to join together to form one exclusive extended household.

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£30m A55 scheme moving ahead

The £30m Aber Tai’r Meibion improvement scheme is moving ahead, with safety measures in place to allow work to begin should covid – 19 restrictions be in place at the time of construction.

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Timetable for phased reopening of tourism sector

Wales’ hospitality sector will prepare to re-open outdoors from 13 July, International Relations Minister Eluned Morgan today confirmed.

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Nearly £10m to help improve water quality in Wales

Nearly £10m of capital funding will be used in 2020-21 to improve water quality across Wales and also tackle water pollution issues from abandoned metal mines.

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Team Wales approach to tackle climate change.

Welsh Government welcomes a ‘team Wales’ approach across the whole public sector to realise the ambition of becoming a low carbon economy and help to tackle climate change.

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The hospitality sector will begin to re-open outdoors in Wales from July 13, if cases of coronavirus continue to fall.

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Funding to support Welsh-language advice line for parents

A parenting and family advice charity has been awarded funding to extend its helpline service to Welsh speakers as part of the Welsh Government’s commitment to support parents during Covid-19 to stay safe and stay positive.

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Call goes out for Wales’ #LowCarbonHeroes as nation looks towards recovery from Covid-19 pandemic

It is now more than a year since the Welsh Government declared a climate emergency, and committed itself to achieving a carbon neutral public sector by 2030 and to coordinating action through its Low Carbon Plan to help other areas of the economy to make a decisive shift away from fossil fuels.

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Dental and optometry practices to see more patients in next phase of pandemic recovery

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.