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Coronavirus laws are being tightened in four more Welsh authorities – Blaenau Gwent, Bridgend, Merthyr Tydfil and Newport – following a sharp rise in cases, Health Minister Vaughan Gething today announced.
Health Minister Vaughan Gething has today [Monday 21] announced a consultation on the draft Statutory Code of Practice on the Delivery of Autism Services, which had previously been delayed from April due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Date: Monday 21st September 2020
Location: Media Briefing Room 1st Floor, Cathays Park, Cardiff, CF10 3NQ
Economy Minister Ken Skates will today launch a national discussion on a new plan to help secure the future of manufacturing in Wales.
The Welsh Government is spearheading a new drive to get people in Wales to recycle more in a bid to be the world leader in recycling.
The Welsh Government will ensure all pupils entitled to free school meals will continue to receive provisions if they are shielding or have to self-isolate thanks to £420,000 of funding confirmed by Education Minister Kirsty Williams.
Shoppers must wear face coverings and keep social distance in order to help Keep Wales Safe – Lesley Griffiths
Shoppers in Wales must now wear face coverings and keep a two-metre social distance in shops and supermarkets in Wales in order to help prevent the further spread of Coronavirus, Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths has said.
First Minister Mark Drakeford is calling on the people of Wales to help find the country’s most extraordinary people, by nominating them for a St David Awards.
The Help to Buy Wales scheme is to be extended for a third phase, the Minister for Housing and Local Government Julie James has announced.
Finance Ministers from Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland have met to discuss a range of fiscal matters and voiced their collective concerns about the financial implications the UK Internal Market Bill will have on devolved governments.
A new report from international experts the OECD provides evidence to support the Welsh Government’s approach to regional economic development in Wales.