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‘We must make time to support young carers’

“It is essential that unpaid carers are supported to prioritise their own health and well-being alongside caring.”

Welsh Government

Advice for cattle keepers on Anglesey to help keep TB incidence low

Cattle keepers on Anglesey will receive additional advice over the next few days to help keep TB incidence on the island low

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Funding boost to open long COVID services up to people with other long term conditions.

Health Minister Eluned Morgan has today announced increased funding to widen access to Wales’ long-Covid services, including for people experiencing other long-term conditions.

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Wales’ new Chief Veterinary Officer starts in the role

Dr Richard Irvine today begins his new role as Wales’ Chief Veterinary Officer.

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Launch of incentive to attract a more diverse teaching workforce

The Minister for Education and Welsh Language, Jeremy Miles, has officially launched an incentive to attract more people from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds into teaching.


Consent granted for Wales’ first floating windfarm

The Welsh Government has granted consent for Wales’ first floating windfarm located 40km off the coast of Pembrokeshire.

Minister Rebecca Evans with Sophie Buckley, Pembrokeshire Association of Voluntary Services (PAVS)

Minister encourages Pembrokeshire residents to make use of support available to keep warm and keep well

The Finance Minister visited the Old Chapel warm space in Tenby yesterday to hear more about how local government and the voluntary sector are working together to support residents struggling with the cost-of-living.


£60m to make schools and colleges across Wales more sustainable

Schools and colleges across Wales are set to benefit from £60m in funding to make buildings more energy efficient. The Minister for Education and Welsh Language Jeremy Miles has announced £50m for schools and £10m in funding for Further Education colleges.

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St David Awards – a decade celebrating Wales’ everyday heroes

Two teenagers who averted a serious car accident thanks to their quick thinking and the owner of a wig service for people suffering hair loss, are among those shortlisted for this year’s St David Awards.

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More than 90% of young care leavers sign up for Basic Income pilot scheme

More than 90% of young care leavers who are eligible have signed up for the Basic Income pilot scheme in the first six months since it was launched.

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Welsh Government sets out proposals to modernise taxi services in Wales

Plans to modernise taxi services across Wales have been outlined in a white paper on the Taxi and Private Hire Vehicle (Wales) Bill published by the Welsh Government today (Thursday 9 March).

Welsh Government

Free school meals extended for April and May holidays

Free school meal holiday provision will continue to be available to children from lower income families for the Easter and Whitsun school holidays, the Minister for Education and Welsh Language, Jeremy Miles, has confirmed today (March 9th).