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First Minister reads extracts of the Mabinogion to school pupils in the national Library of Wales ahead of World Book Day

First Minister of Wales ‘shares a story’ with local schoolchildren for World Book Day

The First Minister of Wales Mark Drakeford has held a story session at The National Library of Wales in Aberystwyth in celebration of World Book Day.

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Launch of Climate Change Coffee Partnership to help farmers and producers in the developing world tackle the climate emergency

More than 3,000 Fairtrade farmers in rural Uganda will be supported by a Welsh Government-backed partnership to get them a fair price for their coffee – and help them combat climate change.

First Minister Mark Drakeford & Economy Transport and North Wales Minister Ken Skates on recent visit to see impact of flooding in North Wales

£2.5 million Welsh Government support for businesses hit by flooding

The Welsh Government is making up to £2.5 million emergency funding available to support businesses severely impacted by floods caused by Storms Ciara and Dennis.

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Deputy Minister discovers National Park’s culture and coastline

Deputy Minister for Housing and Local Government, Hannah Blythyn has visited the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park to see the vital work being undertaken to allow visitors and residents to enjoy this protected landscape, its wildlife and heritage.

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The dramatic flight of the red kite celebrates Irish and Welsh cultural connections

Renowned sand artists simultaneously create the flight of the ‘Red Kite’ bird of prey from Wales to Ireland

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Have your say on plans to create a zero waste Wales

The Welsh Government wants your views on its plans to make Wales the world’s top recycling nation and help us become a truly circular economy, at a series of Beyond Recycling Consultation Events across Wales

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Young people are interested in voting – new research shows

Young people and foreign citizens are interested in voting in local government elections in Wales, and are more interested than some groups of adults who are already enfranchised, new research published today shows.

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New scheme to help people in Wales build their own home

A new £210m scheme to assist people build their own home, helping to increase the supply of housing while also boosting the Welsh construction industry is being launched today.

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Mid Wales businesses pioneering electric car innovation

Two Mid Wales businesses at the forefront of innovation in electric vehicles – whether classic cars or new designs - have been visited by the Welsh Government’s Minister for Economy, Transport and North Wales.

VG with alcohol care team in Newport’s Royal Gwent Hospital March 2020

Wales calls time on low cost, high strength alcohol

A new law comes into force today (Monday 2 March) setting a minimum price for alcohol in Wales.

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St David’s Day message – Y Pethau Bychan

The text below is a transcript of the First Minister of Wales' St David's Day message. It is embargoed until 9am, Sunday 1st March. Videos are available to download through WeTransfer here: https://we.tl/t-sO1m29ibDy

 

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This St David's Day we invite you to 'Cwm Dine With Us'

There is no denying Wales’ food and drinks sector is a real success story with latest industry figures revealing a record-breaking turnover of nearly £7.5billion.