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New Chair for Arts Council of Wales announced
Deputy Minister for Arts and Sport, Dawn Bowden has today announced the appointment of Maggie Russell as the new Chair of the Council of the Arts Council of Wales.
Reducing river pollution through new action plan agreed at Welsh Government-led summit
“We are a government committed to our rivers.”
The sky’s the limit in Swansea for new tourism venture
The Welsh Government has today announced a £4 million investment to bring a major new world-class Skyline tourism attraction to Swansea.
New funding to support Wales’ business, economic and research links with EU regions
New funding to help maintain and strengthen Wales’ business, economic and research ties with European regions following the UK’s exit from the EU has been announced today by the Welsh Government.
Enjoy historic adventures with Cadw this Easter
Cadw has announced an array of fun family events taking place at many of its historic sites this Easter bank holiday weekend (8–10 April 2023).
New data shows benefits of driving at 20mph as Wales prepares to lower default speed limit
Slower driving speeds, increased levels of walking and cycling and minimal impact on journey times are among the key findings of a new report carried out in areas of Wales trialling the new default 20mph speed limit.
£400,000 to support fishing industry in Wales
Fishers and vessel owners in Wales will be able to apply to a £400,000 fund from 3 April to adapt to the rapidly changing market conditions for seafood products, Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths has announced.
North Wales conference key to supporting businesses on global stage
Supporting North Wales businesses to build on their capabilities is key to success in international markets, North Wales Minister Lesley Griffiths has said.
Ukrainian hosts see uplift in ‘thank you’ payments as Wales continues to prove itself as a Nation of Sanctuary
Almost one year since the Homes for Ukraine scheme opened, the Welsh Government has today (Thursday, March 16) announced how it will continue to support people fleeing the war and support those already in Wales to move into longer-term accommodation.
First Minister visits France to meet companies investing in Wales
The First Minister will visit Paris to meet energy and industrial companies investing in Wales, during a three day visit to France.
Chancellor delivered a ‘less than bare minimum Budget’ – Welsh Government
The Chancellor’s Spring Budget has fallen well short of providing the support people need during the cost-of-living crisis, Finance Minister Rebecca Evans said today.
Chancellor must use powers to help people through cost-of-living crisis – Finance Minister
Ahead of the Chancellor’s Spring Budget [Wednesday 15 March], Wales’ Finance Minister has said the UK Government must maintain the £2,500 Energy Price Guarantee and take targeted, decisive action to ease the worsening financial challenges many people and businesses are experiencing as the cost-of-living crisis continues.