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Local Government across Wales needs to be supported and empowered so that our local councils and police bodies can continue to deliver local and national services to their communities. This is the message from Finance Minister Rebecca Evans, as a summary of findings on reforming local government finance in Wales is published today.
North Wales can look ahead to a greener, fairer and more prosperous future and we must work together to address the significant challenges we face Economy and North Wales Minister Ken Skates said today
Housing and Local Government Minister Julie James has launched Future Wales, which sets out where housing, employment and infrastructure should be developed to support our town and city centres, achieve decarbonisation and climate resilience, and to improve the health and well-being of our communities.
The Welsh Government is providing £6m to support WEPA UK’s expansion plans, which will see 54 new jobs created and hundreds protected at its site in Maesteg.
New legislation has been passed in the Senedd, which will give tenants more protection, stability and security in their homes. The Renting Homes (Amendment) (Wales) Bill will also bring greater clarity on landlord and tenant responsibilities, helping to avoid disagreements and difficulties.
Commenting on today’s Labour Market Statistics, Economy Minister Ken Skates said:
As Wales continues to navigate the many challenges of coronavirus, the Welsh Government is setting out how it will work to reconstruct and rebuild Wales’ economy so it is more prosperous, equal and green than ever before.
Stay-at-home restrictions will continue in Wales as the youngest pupils begin returning to school from Monday, First Minister Mark Drakeford confirmed today.
Stay-at-home restrictions will remain in place in Wales for a further three weeks as the youngest children start returning to school from Monday, First Minister Mark Drakeford will announce today.
Businesses in Wales affected by recent devastating floods will be able to access up to £2,500 of emergency Welsh Government funding.
More accurate waiting time figures showing the real time it takes from suspicion of cancer through to treatment are being published today (Thursday 18 January).
A new Welsh Government campaign, launched on Monday 15th February, is encouraging new groups of people resident in Wales to make their voices heard in upcoming elections.