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Dydd Miwsig Cymru 2024

Communities coming together to celebrate Welsh music on Dydd Miwsig Cymru

Music is a great way to bring people together and to enjoy in the Welsh language, the Minister for Education and Welsh Language, Jeremy Miles, said today. As part of Dydd Miwsig Cymru (Welsh language music day) celebrations on 9 February, the Welsh Government is supporting a series of gigs in community-led cooperative pubs across Wales.

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Economy Minister welcomes Senedd vote for longer transition to protect steel jobs

The Economy Minister has welcomed a unanimous Senedd vote arguing that there is a viable future for blast furnace steelmaking in Wales as part of a just transition.

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Welsh Government appoints commissioners to oversee South Wales Fire and Rescue Authority after ‘damning’ report

Commissioners are being appointed by the Welsh Government to run South Wales Fire and Rescue Authority.

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Safer Internet Day 2024: Pupils get together to make a difference online

Cyberbullying, misinformation and inadequate regulation of apps are just some of the issues youngsters say they are most worried about when it comes to online safety, according to a group of young people from Wales.

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Embargoed trailer: Welsh Government action regarding South Wales Fire and Rescue Service

The Welsh Government is set to take unprecedented action to improve the culture and values at South Wales Fire and Rescue Service.

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Applications open for Welsh-speaking teachers looking to return to Wales

The Welsh Government has today announced that it is now recruiting for its popular ‘Cynllun Pontio’– aimed at attracting Welsh-speaking teachers to secondary schools in Wales.

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Call for all parents in Wales to urgently check their children’s MMR vaccination status amid rising concerns over measles

Wales’ Chief Medical Officer – Sir Frank Atherton – is calling on parents to ensure their children are fully vaccinated against measles and are up to date with their other childhood immunisations.

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Mallows Bottling at Coed Ely goes from strength to strength

Mallows Bottling, a family-owned facility based in Coed Ely is going from strength to strength since it opened for business in 2021, with exports being its focus for the future growth.

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Independent Venues Week: Funding announced to music venues across Wales

The well-known and much-loved Porters in Cardiff has recently had a new lease of life following a move to a new premises in the city centre.

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New Dyfi bridge is a ‘visible symbol’ of the future of road building in Wales

A new bridge built near Machynlleth has been described as a visual symbol of how Wales will ‘raise the bar’ when it comes to road building.

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Building a stronger future for Welsh construction

Economy Minister, Vaughan Gething recently addressed a construction summit in Cardiff which brought together Welsh construction sector leaders during a period of economic pressures and challenges.

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£38 million taste of success for Welsh food and drink

BlasCymru/TasteWales 2023 saw a record high for Welsh food and drink businesses as confirmed and potential sales reached £38 million, Rural Affairs Minister Lesley Griffiths has announced.