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Local coronavirus restrictions imposed to control outbreaks in South Wales

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.

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Consultation on autism Code of Practice launched

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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Diary Marker - Coronavirus - Ministerial media briefing – Monday 21st September 2020

Not for publication, broadcast or social media

Date: Monday 21st September 2020

Time: 12:30

Location: Media Briefing Room 1st Floor, Cathays Park, Cardiff, CF10 3NQ

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Have your say on the future of manufacturing in Wales

Economy Minister Ken Skates will today launch a national discussion on a new plan to help secure the future of manufacturing in Wales.

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Celebrity chef backs campaign to ‘Be Mighty, Recycle’ in bid to become recycling leader

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.

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£420,000 will ensure access to free school meals for learners shielding or self-isolating

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.

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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.

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St David Awards 2021: New award for pandemic heroes

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.

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Support for homebuyers extended

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.

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Finance Ministers express ‘real concerns’ over UK Internal Market Bill

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.

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OECD supports Welsh move to regionalism

A new report from international experts the OECD provides evidence to support the Welsh Government’s approach to regional economic development in Wales.