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Digital tools transforming kidney care in Wales.

A new all-Wales digital system is helping people with chronic kidney disease manage their care through technology and cutting hospital visits.

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£2.9m boost for Wales’ Brilliant Basics - the little things which make a big difference to a holiday experience

Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething has today announced £2.9m from the Welsh Government’s Brilliant Basics capital fund will be shared among 18 projects that will help deliver small-scale infrastructure improvements in strategically important tourism locations across Wales.

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Buzzing for World Bee Day

Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths has visited an award-winning honey producer in Builth Wells to celebrate World Bee Day which takes place today (Friday, 20 May).

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Welsh Government response to publication of latest NHS Wales performance data

The Welsh Government has issued a statement on the latest NHS Wales performance data published today (Thursday, 19th May).

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Work to improve urgent and emergency care picks up pace

New services are being developed to improve access to urgent and emergency care across Wales so people get the right care, in the right place, the first time.

Dawn Bowden - Deputy Minister for Arts and Sport (2)

Over £750,000 for libraries and museums in Wales

Deputy Minister for Arts and Sport, Dawn Bowden, has visited Museum of Cardiff on International Museum Day to announce just over £750,000 of Welsh Government funding to help local libraries, museums to develop their facilities and services.

 

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Independent review of floods announced to help Wales adapt to climate change

An independent review of flooding events across Wales during the winter of 2020-21 has been launched, the Welsh Government has announced.

Minister for Climate Change Julie James on a visit to Tŷ Glas y Dorlan 3

£182m to support independent living and reduce pressures on health and social care services

“A decent and affordable home is fundamental to the health and wellbeing of everybody.”

16.05.22 Ministers Music launch Swansea School 25. Photo - Mike Hall

Funding for music education trebled to the tune of £13.5m

Every child will have the opportunity to benefit from music education as part of the Welsh Government’s plans for a national music service, which will help ensure no child misses out due to a lack of means.

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Welsh Government steps in to replace EU-funded programmes to support people with complex barriers to find work

  • Welsh Government steps in following UK Government broken promise to replace EU funding in full through Shared Prosperity Fund.
  • Expanded Welsh Government-funded, Wales-wide programme to launch in April 2023.
  • Two existing EU-funded schemes extended for an additional year to ensure a smooth transition.
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Tourism and hospitality: a great sector to work in, which helps important experiences come to life – Economy Minister Vaughan Gething

“Tourism and hospitality is a great sector to work in” – that’s the message from Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething, to mark the start of Wales Tourism Week 2022 (15 – 22 May).