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Welsh Government

Record high demand on ambulance and Emergency Departments during challenging December

Minister for Health and Social Services, Vaughan Gething, has responded to the latest NHS performance statistics and announced an extra £10m, on top of the £30m earlier this year, to support health and social care delivery in recognition of increased pressure this winter.

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Exciting new vision for Welsh visitor economy

First Minister Mark Drakeford and Deputy Minister for Tourism Lord Elis-Thomas will today unveil an exciting future for the visitor economy in Wales.

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Wales moves a step closer to ending the physical punishment of children

The Children (Abolition of Defence of Reasonable Punishment) (Wales) Bill has achieved another milestone today (Tuesday 21st January) by reaching the final stage of Assembly scrutiny.

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Information and certainty crucial for farmers to plan for the future – Lesley Griffiths

With just ten days until the UK leaves the EU, Rural Affairs Minister, Lesley Griffiths has reassured farmers she is working hard to ensure they have the information and certainty they need to plan for the future.

Welsh Government

Children in Wales will have universal access to the full curriculum

Education Minister confirms decision on religion, relationships and sexuality education and announces plans for ‘sensitive and careful implementation’.

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Welsh Government publishes priorities for forthcoming EU negotiations

The Welsh Government today published its assessment of the UK Government’s Political Declaration, which accompanies the Withdrawal Agreement Bill, and its priorities for our future trade, and broader relationship with the EU.

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Ford Taskforce progress for Bridgend workforce and community

The Ford Bridgend Taskforce is making real and tangible progress in delivering for the workforce and the local community following Ford’s decision to close its Bridgend plant later this year.

Rhondda Housing

All new homes in Wales to be heated and powered from clean energy sources from 2025

Ambitious new proposals which would lead to all new homes in Wales being heated and powered only from clean energy sources from 2025, making them more energy efficient and cheaper to run, have been set out by the Welsh Government.

Cardiff Airport

Finance Minister calls on UK Government to ‘stop dragging its feet’ on APD powers for Wales

Finance Minister Rebecca Evans has called on the UK Government to devolve Air Passenger Duty (APD) to Wales following the announcement of a UK review into APD and regional air connectivity.

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Thirst for Welsh food and drink at record high

Lesley Griffiths, the Minister for Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs has congratulated Wales’ thriving Food and Drink Sector for achieving record turnover figures.

EU disability

New funding to support disabled people after Brexit

A Welsh charity has been awarded new funding to support disabled people and prepare them for the potential impacts which the UK’s exit from the EU may have on their day-to-day lives.

Welsh Government

Glamorgan Estate Surveys amongst collections being protected in Wales

Archive treasures being preserved by the Welsh Government and the National Manuscripts Conservation Trust (NMCT) this year include records from the internationally recognised Foyle Opera Rara Collection, held by the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, and 18th century estate surveys of the Plymouth Estate that provide insights into land ownership and use in pre-industrial south Wales, held at Glamorgan Archives.